This "important and well-researched" study of 1960s urban Latino activism and religion is "brimming with the ideas and voices of . . . Latinx activists" (Llana Barber, author of Latino City). In the late 1960s, American cities found themselves in steep decline, with poor and working-class families hit the hardest. Many urban religious institutions debated whether to move to the suburbs. Against the backdrop of the Black and Brown Power movements,...