We Are Not a Minority by Mario Torero (assisted by Rocky, El Líon and Zade) (1978)
It's all in the name, isn't it? This ode to Che Guevara is a mantra for local Chicanos and other so-called minorities — they are notminorities in their own neighborhoods and enclaves. It's based on a black-and-white silkscreen by Torero that says "You Are Not a Minority," but he felt for this piece it was best to change "you" to "we," to be more encompassing and collaborative. It was restored in 1996.
Estrada Courts, 3217 W. Olympic Blvd., Boyle Heights