“A Magazine by RAZA and for LA RAZA, San Francisco (U.S.A.). Original Edition. 23 issues : 1993 (9), 1994 (4), 1996 (5), 1998 (1), 1999 (3), 2000 (1). Variable pagination (generally between 12 and 14 pages). Mi Vida Loca is at the same time a platform of expression where letters, poems, and drawings are reproduced, and a space where one expresses himself. solidarity and pride in belonging to the Latino community. Throughout its pages, we find all the elements that make up this Chicano culture: religion, family but also distinctive signs specific to the street: tattoos, lowriding, urban music including rap … in a spirit of appeasement and peace.
Mi Vida Loca Magazine was a San Francisco-based magazine that printed art, writings, photos, and interviews with different barrios across California with the goal of creating unity. In many ways, it became the northern equivalent to the better known Teen Angels.
Dedicated to preserving lowrider culture through historical and artistic media.
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