Nita Gonzales: Daughter of the Chicano Movement

As the oldest daughter of civil rights icons Corky and Geraldine Gonzales, Nita Gonzales was destined to become an activist. She began her activism career as a young adult during the Chicano Movement of the 70s that challenged the social injustices generations of Latinos endured. She told I Am Denver how her parents’ work inspired her to become a proud daughter of the movement.