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  • "Cholos," "Gauchos," "Jibaros," heirs of Zapata and Sandino, grip the weapons for their freedom, a voice that resounds in its poets and novelists, in its students, in its wives and children, in its vigilant old people.


  • The photography and essay book Cholos a la Neza: Another Identity of Migration, by Pablo Hernández Sánchez and Federico Gama, says the source of the cholo look in Mexico City predates the present wave of U.S. prison deportations.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Cholos in Mexico, Gama says, are living a U.S. achievement narrative that is sharply different from most.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • His tallness puts him at a real advantage over other Repo men, and Cholos would be less likely to mace him, or have their rottweilers attack him while he takes away their cars for fear of alienating his pre-existing fan base.

    Things Conan O’ Brien Can Do Now That He’s Jobless | Manolith

  • Replay for all the Eases, Cholos and Latino Nationals.

    This Lesbian Nonsense....

  • The Vietnamese are the new Cholos of Lincoln Heights, they dress exactly like the Mexican Cholos.

    Lincoln Heights

  • It seems that the Mayor forgot he was in China representing all of Los Angeles not just the Cholos gangbangers to the non-mexicans.

    More "Press Release Journalism"

  • Still there are certainly several thousands of them, counting in such mestizos (Cholos) as live according to Indian customs.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • This vessel supplied each drop of water ever drunk upon the isle by the Cholos.

    The Piazza Tales

  • Yet, however dire a calamity was here in store, misgivings of it ere due time never disturbed the Cholos 'busy mind, now all intent upon the toilsome matter which had brought them hither.

    The Piazza Tales


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