The Revolt of the Cockroach People Topics for Discussion

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How did Buffalo Brown become involved with the Chicano Militants? What were his original plans?

What is the significance of the strikes at schools and encouraging the students to strike? What charges did it lead to?

Why did the Chicano Militants group demonstrate against the Catholic Church? What were they protesting? How were the protests received?

What is the story of Robert Fernandez? What kind of action do Brown and the Militants take? Why?

Explain the details of the Tooner Flats Seven case? How did Brown handle the case?

Why did Brown challenge the Grand Jury selection process? What was his basis? What was the outcome?

How did Brown exact his revenge against the court?

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