This is a densely packed 7-page worksheet with some visuals. There are two critical thinking questions identified and four "discussion opportunities" (which also require critical thinking). The content starts with the history of Mexican immigration to the U.S. around 1900 and continues through the Brown Power movement of the 1960s, with a short wrap-up "Where are we now?"
The text follows Ronald Takaki's chapter "El Norte" in "A Distant Mirror" pretty closely and then weaves in material from Carey McWilliams on the Sleepy Lagoon Murder and the Zoot Suit riots. For the 1960s, the source is "The Sixties" by historian Terry Anderson.
Some primary sources are used for DQs.
Sometimes I have my class read this together. We read aloud and do the discussion questions, then I have them read one section by themselves, then we discuss that and read aloud some more. It it also a good homework assignment with discussion questions and critical thinking assigned for written work or can be used for discussion the following day. This could also be the basis for a short lecture.