In what ways does your knowledge of the Chicano student movement help you to better understand your own experiences as a student?
What do you think are the greatest needs of Chicanos in the schools? What responsibility does Chicano Studies, as a discipline, have in meeting these needs?
Reflect on the healing potential of learning as it relates to a Chicano-Indigenous Pedagogical Praxis. What is it that requires healing? How does that healing take place? What additional resources/support may be needed to facilitate the healing process for an individual, family, community?
To what extent do your own familial experiences relate to the readings in this unit?
Please provide specific details and examples from your experiences as well as the readings.
Based on your own experience and understanding, does a positive machismo exist? Why? Why not?
What do you think are the greatest challenges facing Chicanos and their familiesespecially with regard to gender and sexuality?
What other voices/perspectives would help to enhance this particular unit?
In what ways does the Indigenous Xicana/o Health Care Kit support autonomy of the self, family, and community? What resources would you need to organize your own version of the Healthcare Kit described by M_uez and Garcia?
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