Details of a Chicano activist's mysterious death are unraveled in a new podcast
It was the early '90s and a voice piercing through the airwaves at a student radio station in Davis, California, galvanized the growing Chicano movement.
Within a few years, that man would be dead.
His voice silenced.
His name was Oscar Gomez and his body was found at the bottom of a massive bluff in Santa Barbara.
KPCC/LAist's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez has been unraveling the details of his mysterious death and the legacy he left behind, in a new podcast — Imperfect Paradise: The Forgotten Revolutionary.