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Southern California Chicano Cultural Collections - SC4

 
 

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This community of collections is an on-going project tracing the historical, cultural, social, and political experiences of Chicanos; a large portion of the material focuses on Chicano and Latino art in various forms and formats. The collections also refer to major social, economic, and political changes and issues occurring in Central and South America, Mexico, the U.S. and Africa. Topics include unemployment, migrant farm workers, labor movements, communism, and socialism. The digital contents of these collections include articles, correspondence, documents, Chicano magazines, pamphlets, exhibition catalogs, art murals and photographs. Additional materials are located in the University Archives.

Collections within Southern California Chicano Cultural Collections - SC4

Recent Submissions

  • Clark, Carol (Today's Parish, 1985-02)
    When you meet Lupe Anguiano, the vigor of her step, the direct look in her eyes, the determination in her voice, tell you she is a woman of power and purpose. As the daughter of migrant workers from Mexico, she has learned ...
  • Unknown author (Hispanic Business: Women in Business, 1980-08)
    Welfare is a drag. No place to be. It's poverty. Two, three-year old kids running around a project apartment, without bottoms or tops, crying and carrying on desperately. Everything is unkempt: The kitchen, bedrooms, bottles ...
  • Anguiano, Lupe (2014-08-15)
    My first memorable teacher was my mother. She instilled in me — a great love for Christ. That had major impact on my life and has contributed to everything I have done. She taught us that we are all the Christ light, and ...
  • Taylor, Evelyn (2014-08-13)
    The Lupe Anguiano Collection Box Listing acts as a finding guide to the content of the collection. It provides detailed information of the content, such as titles to publications, authors, dates of publications, and helpful ...
  • Levin, Charles (Ventura County Star, 2007-03-03)
    On Monday, state lawmakers will recognize the Oxnard resident as the 35th Assembly District Woman of the Year. Last week, the Oxnard City Council offered similar kudos in a resolution. And this week, the Santa Rosa- based ...