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

  • Varney, Harold (Committee On Pan American Policy, 1979)
    Even the most hopeful supporters of Jimmy Carter are finding themselves appalled by the consequences of his exploits in foreign relations, as the bad news rolls in unceasingly from every part of the world.
  • Frank, Andre (New England Free Press, 1963-11-16)
    Does American aid and investment contribute much or little to, or even hinder, Latin American economic development? The recent argument between the Brazilian and American Embassies on this question with respect to Brazil ...
  • Cowley, Joyce (1969-12)
    Women got the vote in the United States in 1920. The amendment to the Constitution granting women that right was the climax of a struggle that began almost a hundred years earlier. Suffrage leaders were ridiculed and ...
  • Unknown author (The Renaissance Woman, 1989)
    Lupe Anguiano took a dream and turned it into a reality. She wants to reform the welfare system so that it may benefit the many women who dream of escaping it. Her main focus is to help these women find new dignity and ...
  • Unknown author (Ladies' Home Journal, 1988-11)
    Who are the most important women in America today? What kind of power and influence do they wield? The women here—chosen by the editors of Ladies' Home Journal—are a fascinating, sometimes surprising group that reflects ...