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Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, “Rodolfo ‘Corky’ Gonzales,” n.d.

Denver Public Library Genealogy, African American and Western History Resources, “Rodolfo ‘Corky’ Gonzales,” n.d.

Denver Public Library Western History and Genealogy Department, “Biographical Note: Rodolfo ‘Corky’ Gonzales Papers,” 2010.

Escuela Tlatelolco, “Programs,” n.d.

Escuela Tlatelolco, “Rodolfo ‘Corky’ Gonzales: 1928–2005,” n.d.

Rodolfo Gonzales and Geraldine Romero Gonzales, Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Papers, 1930–2006 (Denver Public Library Western History and Genealogy Collections, 1930).

Jason Kosena, “West High, 1969,” The Denver Post, March 22, 2009.

Stephen J. Leonard and Thomas J. Noel, Denver: Mining Camp to Metropolis (Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1990).

Christine Marín, A Spokesman of the Mexican American Movement: Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales and the Fight for Chicano Liberation, 1966–1972 (San Francisco: R. and E. Research Associates, 1977).

Obituary for Rodolfo Gonzales, “Boxer, Latino Activist ‘Corky’ Gonzales Dies,” Washington Post, April 16, 2005.

Obituary for Rodolfo Gonzales, “Boxer Turned Civil Rights Activist ‘Corky’ Gonzales Dies at 76,” Colorado Daily News, April 14, 2005.

Obituary for Rodolfo Gonzales, “‘Corky’ Gonzales, 1928–2005,” The Denver Post, April 14, 2005.Jorge-Ayn Riley, Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales: Chicano Activist (Palmer Lake, CO: Filter Press, 2013).

University of California–Los Angeles, “El Plan de Aztlán,” n.d.

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Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales, Yo Soy Joaquin, Latin American Studies, n.d.

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