This section includes literature by Chicano, Puerto Rican and Latin American immigrant authors in the United States, as well as relevant nonfiction books and ephemera. Original materials from the farmworker movement, the Cuban-American diaspora and other Latin American immigrant groups will be found here.
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Fiesta de San Agustín Sunday, August 26, 1990: an invitation...
Tucson: The Society, 1990. Four panel brochure folded to8.5x8.5 inches, program info, very good on glossy stock. Los Clasicos street dance. Masters of Ceremonies were Diego Navarrete & Alfred Quiroz. More
Fiesta San Juan de Puerto Rico 1st annual picnic: June...
Riverside: Fiesta San Juan Committee, 1986. [10p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, texts in English and Spanish, Spanish lyrics to "La Boriquena" and English lyrics to "Star Spangled Banner" program, local ads, handbill for a Monte Carlo Night at a local school (Our Guadalupe), very good in stapled white wraps with..... More
Fighting for Puerto Rican independence is not a crime /...
San Francisco: El Comité Nacional Pro-Libertad Prisioneros de Guerra Puertorriqueños; Partido Socialista Puertorriqueño; Fireworks, 1986. Poster. 17.25x22.25 inch poster, very good, for an event at the Women's Building. The event marked the anniversary of the arrests of the "Puerto Rican 16" in 1985. Fireworks was a project of the Prairie..... More
"First Annual Event" of the Mexican American Studies & Research...
Tucson: MASARC, 1986. 8p. 6x9 inches, history, program, very good program booklet in stapled white printed wraps. More
First Festival of Traditional Latin American Music [mailer/brochure] April 7-12...
Los Angeles: California State University/Latin American Studies, 1981. Six panel mailer/brochure with Perivian flute-players design, event schedule, map and other info, fold creases, pinholes, otherwise good, printed in blue and red on heavy goldenrod stock. More
Floreciendo: Día a día ... de sol a sol. un...
Roswell, NM: Floreciendo Publications, 1979. Newspaper. 12p. folded tabloid newspaper, text both in English and Spanish, evenly toned. Includes a cover story on Chicano-Native American solidarity at Mt. Taylor, as well as other local activism and some updates on international revolutionary movements. More
[Flyer for a night of Cuban music presented by Casa...
[New York]: Casa de Las Americas, nd. Single sheet, printed on one side, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., horizontal crease, some offsetting to lower half, else very good condition. Text in Spanish. Advertises a night of Cuban music sponsored by Casa de Las Americas, featuring both traditional and protest songs..... More
Food supply threatened! by 'boycott' of California grapes... Communist Party...
North Hollywood: Housewives United to Protect Food Supply, [1967-?]. Pamphlet. 8.5x11 inch sheet printed both sides, very good. Argues that grape boycotts are illegal, warns that "At the whim of militant radicals, this will spread to basic commodities, causing shortages and forcing prices higher." Includes a quote from a communist..... More
For Acuña: ¡Take back our history!, vol. 1, #1, Summer...
Granada Hills, CA: For Acuña Committee, 1994. Newspaper. 8p. folded tabloid issued in support of the Chicano scholar's attempt to obtain a faculty position at UC Santa Barbara within the larger context of rollbacks in Chicano studies throughout the state system. More
The Free Press [7 issues, partial run]
Somerville, MA: the newspaper, 1977-1979. Newspaper. Seven issues of this folded tabloid-format activist newspaper, 8pps, published mostly monthly but sometimes every two months, community news, much on rent strikes, affirmative action, opposition to racist violence, etc., including coverage in Spanish, Portuguese, and French (for the local Haitian population). Toned wraps..... More
Free the Cuban Five: unjustly imprisoned in the United States...
San Francisco: The National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, [2007?]. Handbill. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, black text on white stock, photos of the prisonors, very good condition. Post-August 2006. The front of the leaflet has smiling headshots of the five with their first names below, a...... More
Free the Houston 12... Benefit film showing: The Promised Land.....
Buffalo, NY: Houston 12 Defense Committee, Youth Against War & Fascism, . Handbill. 8.5x14 inch handbill, horizontal fold, couple brief pencil notations. Announcement of a screening to raise funds for the Defense Committee. The Twelve, mostly Chicano prisoners, were all members of YAWF, a youth organization associated with the Workers..... More
Free the Moody Park 3! / Defend the Houston Rebellion!...
n.p. NUWO [National United Workers Organization], [1978-?]. Pinback Button. 2.25 inch pin, minor foxing in the field. The NUWO was affiliated with the Revolutionary Communist Party, which had mounted a campaign to defend the Moody Park 3, arrested for their activities during a 1978 demonstration marking the death of Joe..... More
The Free Trade Agreement: a Mexican perspective [program] a conference...
Tucson: University of Arizona, 1992. Four-panel program, 5.5x8.5 inches, printed on three sides only, green ink on cream stiff stock, very good. Simple event program with schedule inside. More
From pueblo to metropolis; water and power in the story...
Los Angeles: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, . Pamphlet. 15p., 8.5x11 inches, color maps and illustrations, spinefold split one half inch at top & tail, otherwise good in original stapled pictorial wraps. One of the color maps is unique, an imagined aerial view of the pueblo with number-keys..... More
From Soledad to San Quentin
San Francisco: Prison Solidarity Committee, [1972-?]. Pamphlet. 28p., 8.5x11 inch staplebound pamphlet, printed on newsprint. Same internal contents as the version with a two-color card cover depicting armed prison guards; this cover instead depicts a prison silhouette and barbed wire. Minor soil to lower left corner of front cover, otherwise..... More
From Soledad to San Quentin
San Francisco: Prison Solidarity Committee, [1972-?]. Pamphlet. 28p., 8.5x11 inch staplebound pamphlet, two-color wraparound cover illustration; interior pages on newsprint. Very good. Issued in support of the San Quentin Six, with a history of California prison struggles that led to the death of George Jackson, profiles of the Six and..... More
Gaceta de el Colegio de Sonora: publicación trimestral; [twelve issues...
Hermosillo: Ramón Cota Meza, El Colegio de Sonora, 1991-1996. Twelve issues of the newsletter, various pagination, plus 3 of the workbooks also various pagination, the first five and the three workbooks are 8.5x11 inches, text in Spanish, photos, articles, reports, Mexican postage stamps on the 5 newsletters else very good..... More
Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24: vol. 1, #6, Spring 1988...
San Francisco: Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24, 1988. 4p. newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, glossy stock, cover story on the exhibit From Behind Prison Walls: Art of Puerto Rican patriots, calendar of local art events on rear panel, info on two other exhibits, mild wear. More
Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles presents Hollywood Holidays with...
Los Angeles: The Chorus, 2006. Staplebound. [20p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, ads, bios, schedules, very good program for the event in stapled glossy pictorial wraps. More
Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles presents ¡Carnaval! the men...
Los Angeles: The Chorus, 2006. Staplebound. [24p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, ads, bios, schedules, very good program for the event in stapled glossy pictorial wraps with three 8.5x11 inch stapled sheets with information laid-in. More
Glorificad a Jehova porque su misercordia es para siempre
San Rafael, CA: Primera Iglesia Bautista Betania, [199-?]. 47p. hymnal, text in Spanish, slightly stained spiral-bound pictorial wraps. More
GMHC Treatment Issues Fact Sheet; Protease Inhibitor: Norvir (Ritonavir) [single...
New York: Gay Men's Health Crisis, October 1996. Newsletter. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet/mailer, folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, bilingual English and Spanish offering indications for Norvir HIV drug treatment. More
Grito del sol: a Chicano quarterly, year one - book...
Berkeley: Tonatiuh International, 1976. Magazine. 96p. plus appendices, wraps lightly worn, spine sunned, else very good condition. The successor to El Grito, the journal concentrated on literary productions. This issue includes a lengthy list of Nahuatl words used in Chicano vernacular. More
Grito del sol; a Chicano quarterly, year one - book...
Berkeley: Tonatiuh International, 1976. Paperback. 96p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Successor to El Grito, the journal concentrates on Chicano literary productions. More
Carnaval / San Francisco. 1987 [screen print poster]
Hom, Nancy; artist
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