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The former sheriff lost his job amid outrage over abusive tactics, but he has repeatedly sought a return to powerNothing much surprises Alfredo Gutierrez.Widely viewed as the patriarch of Latino civil rights activism in Arizona, Gutierrez, now 74, helped Cesar Chavez organize farm workers in California lettuce fields and led immigrant rights marches through the streets of Phoenix. He’s battled institutional white supremacy in the American south-west for most of his life, and his memoir is a primer on the difficulty of eradicating something that is always present but sometimes hides itself. Continue reading…

The former sheriff lost his job amid outrage over abusive tactics, but he has repeatedly sought a return to power

Nothing much surprises Alfredo Gutierrez.

Widely viewed as the patriarch of Latino civil rights activism in Arizona, Gutierrez, now 74, helped Cesar Chavez organize farm workers in California lettuce fields and led immigrant rights marches through the streets of Phoenix. He’s battled institutional white supremacy in the American south-west for most of his life, and his memoir is a primer on the difficulty of eradicating something that is always present but sometimes hides itself.

Continue reading…


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