Red Letter Press‘s latest book, Viva la Raza: A History of Chicano Identity and Resistance, was recently reviewed very favorably in The Social Science Journal as follows:
Alaniz and Cornish have been active participants in the struggle for the rights of the oppressed and they write from an insider’s point of view. They do not hide their political affiliation and are very passionate about Chicano liberation. Their book is well organized, researched, and documented. It contributes to a better understanding of the development of the Chicana/o movement in general and more specifically of the inclusive nature that the movement has acquired in recent decades.