Los Vendidos. Summary and Biography of Luis Valdez
The secretary decides that the Mexican-American model is what she needed so she pays $15,000 for it. As she is getting ready to load the model into her vehicle, the Mexican-American, starts shouting about human rights, striking for equality of the Mexican race and killing white people. The secretary is troubled about this new discovery, and wants to return the model and get her money back, but before she can get a response from Sancho, all four models turn on and shout at her as they move in on her. The secretary, runs for her life and leaves.
After the secretary is gone, Pachuco walks over to Sancho and takes the money from his hands and turns him off. Then the four "models" proceed to divide the money up amongst themselves and talks about how much money they are making off this con.
This play show how stereotyping is foolish because it allowed uneducated Mexicans, to con and take advantage of educated Americans, who thinks that because the stereotypical Mexican is supposed to be stupid, drunk, and lazy. Even though the Mexicans in this play were uneducated, they were still able to use stereotyping as a tool to make money off Americans.
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