can you give me names of famous hispanic activsts?

other than cesar chavez.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Aníbal Acevedo-Vila, Governor of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

    Joe Baca, U.S. congressman

    Herman Badillo, U.S. congressman

    Joan Baez, folk singer and activist

    David Barkley, soldier and Medal of Honor recipient

    Xavier Becerra, U.S. congressman

    Jaime Benítez, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Ben Garrido Blaz, Delegate from Guam

    Henry Bonilla, U.S. congressman

    Albert Garza Bustamante, U.S. congressman

    Dennis A. Cardoza, U.S. congressman

    José Francisco Chaves, Delegate from the Territory of New Mexico

    Cesar Chavez, labor leader

    Dennis Chavez, U.S. congressman and senator

    Linda Chavez, conservative commentator

    Linda Chavez-Thompson, labor leader

    Henry Cisneros, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

    Anthony Lee Coelho, U.S. congressman

    Antonio J. Colorado, U.S. congressman

    Jorge Luis Cordova Diaz, U.S. congressman

    Baltasar Corrado-del Rio, U.S. congressman

    Félix Córdova Davila, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Ron de Lugo, Virgin Islands territorial senator

    Federico Degetau, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Lincoln Diaz-Balart, U.S. congressman

    Mario Diaz-Balart, U.S. congressman

    Antonio Manuel Fernandez, U.S. congressman

    Joachim Octave Fernandez, U.S. congressman

    Antonio Fernos-Isern, U.S. congressman

    Maurice Ferre, former mayor of Miami

    Jaime B. Fuster, U.S. congressman

    Ernesto Galarza, labor organizer

    Robert Garcia, U.S. congressman

    Alberto Gonzales, U.S. attorney general

    Eligio de la Garza, II, U.S. congressman

    José Manuel Gallegos, U.S. congressman

    Roberto C. Goizueta, businessman

    Charles A. Gonzalez, U.S. congressman

    Henry Barbosa Gonzalez, U.S. congressman

    Raúl M. Grijalva, U.S. congressman

    Luis Vicente Gutierrez, U.S. congressman

    Benigno Cárdenas Hernandez, U.S. congressman

    Joseph Marion Hernandez, U.S. congressman

    Dolores Huerta, labor leader

    Rubén Hinojosa, U.S. congressman

    Santiago Iglesias, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Ladislas Lazaro, U.S. congressman

    Octaviano Ambrosio Larrazolo, U.S. senator

    Tulio Larrinaga, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Manuel Lujan, Jr., U.S. congressman

    Tranquilino Luna, U.S. congressman

    Francisco Antonio Manzanares, U.S. congressman

    Matthew Gilbert Martinez, U.S. congressman

    Melquiades Martinez, U.S. Senator

    Robert Menendez, U.S. congressman

    Joseph Manuel Montoya, U.S. congressman and senator

    Néstor Montoya, U.S. congressman

    Grace F. Napolitano, U.S. congressman

    Antonia Novello, U.S. Surgeon General

    Devin Nunes, U.S. congressman

    Mariano Sabino Otero, U.S. congressman

    Miguel Antonio Otero, U.S. congressman

    Solomon Porfirio Ortiz, U.S. congressman

    Bolívar Pagan, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Edward López Pastor, U.S. congressman

    Francisco Perea, U.S. congressman

    Pedro Peara, U.S. congressman

    José Lorenzo Pesquera, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Jesús T. Pinero, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Romualdo Pacheco, U.S. congressman

    Santiago Polanco-Abreu, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Silvestre Reyes, U.S. congressman

    William Blaine Richardson, governor of New Mexico

    Luis Muñoz Rivera, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico

    Ciro D. Rodriguez, U.S. congressman

    Carlos Antonio Romero-Barcelo, U.S. congressman

    Trinidad Romero, U.S. congressman

    Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, U.S. congresswoman

    Lucille Roybal-Allard, U.S. congresswoman

    Edward Ross Roybal, U.S. congressman

    Linda T. Sanchez, U.S. congresswoman

    Loretta Sanchez, U.S. congresswoman

    Junípero Serra, missionary

    José Enrique Serrano, U.S. congressman

    Hilda Solis, U.S. congresswoman

    Frank Mariano Tejada, U.S. congressman

    Esteban Edward Torres, U.S. congressman

    Robert Anacletus Underwood, Congressional delegate

    Nydia Velásquez, U.S. congresswoman

    Vincente Martinez Ybor, entrepreneur

    Dolores Huerta (1930 - )

    Co-founder of the United Farm Workers. An activist for human rights, women's and labor issues.

    Linda Chavez Rodriguez (1951 - 2000)

    Mexican-American farmworker activist.

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