Spaces of Conflict, Sounds of Solidarity: Music, Race, and Spatial Entitlement in Los Angeles

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Index
14th Amendment, xvi–xvii, 9–10, 175–76
Aardell record label, 70
Abers, Willy, 182, 183, 184, 185
abolition democracy, 9, 10, 13, 189
AFL International Association of Machinists, 44n70
African Americans: as citizens, xi; employment of, 98, 151, 199; homeownership rates, 184; impact on Mexican music, 67–68; marketing to, 74; in Mexico, xvii–xviii; migration of, xxv; in NYC & Detroit, 44n70; political identity of, 26; in poverty, 177–78, 199; in prison, xxvin36, 190n5; socioeconomic condition, 94, 172; upward mobility of, 131; votes of, 120n26
Afro-Mexicanos, xvi–xvii, xxvn23
The Afro Sisters, 148
agricultural workers, 16, 17, 44n70
Aid to Needy Children (ANC), 97
aircraft manufacturing industry, 16, 84n90
Allen, James, 93
Allen, Papa Dee, 113–14
Allen, Tony, 71
alliances. See interracial alliances and activism
“alternative academies” of aggrieved peoples, xvi
alternative and relational histories, 111–12
Althusser, Louis, xxi, 127, 161
Alvarez, Carmelo, 182, 184
Alvarez, Luis, 7–9
Amezcua, Mike, 155
Amigo, Mr., 66
Amin, Ash, 142
Anders, Vernon, 51
Annual Mortgage Lending Report, 177
anti-immigration legislation: Birthright Citizenship Act, 175–76; HB 56, xxiiin9; HB 87, xxiiin8; Proposition 187, 174–75; SB 1070, xxiiin7, 180. See also immigrants and immigration antiracist alliances. See interracial alliances and activism
Apollo Theater, 113
Appadurai, Arjun, 64
Arechiga, Avrana, 60
Armendariz, Alicia. See Bag, Alice
Armstrong, Louis, 66
Arnold, Gina, 146
Arteaga, Alfred, 102
Arturo “Tito” Guizar Tolentino, Federico, 65–66
assassinations of the 1960s, 119n10, 197
Aswod, Lord “DJ Lord,” xxivn14
audiences, 72, 79, 115
audiomobility, 111, 112
Autobiography of Malcolm X (X), 27
Ávila, Eric, 51–52, 80n15, 93

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