Baca says that Mexican-Americans have been “colonized,” severed from their culture, and dominated by a class that profits from them. Yet Baca himself doesn’t seem much damaged by this colonization, not outwardly at least.
Herman Baca in his shop. It’s certain that his business is slow. He seldom prints more than half a day at a time.
Posted June 21, 1979
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