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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Mexico City: Deptaramento de distributcion de libros universitarios, 1970. Magazine. 6.5x9 inches, wraps, 18p., text in Spanish, in very good condition. Published by the Autnomous University of Mexico (UNAM), this bulletin is the official publication of the dept. for the distribution of books at the UNAM's library network. Highly illustrated.....
Tucson: MASRC/University of Arizona, 1999. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, events, services and resources, photos, tables and figures, very good newsletter in stapled white printed wraps. Cover story on MASRC & College of Medicine winning $1.2 million and a 3 year grant Also a study on AIDS risk reduction and cultural.....
Phoenix: The Commission, 1986. 9.5x11.5 inche blue folder with title label on cover containing a stapled two sheet report Foreign Trade Zone #48, handbills, memorandums, program schedule, committee members, a glossy brochure on the Nogales Shelter Plan, five folded brochures with information on Nogales and on Mexico, maps, all very.....
Philadelphia: Central Committee of Conscienous Objectors, 2001. 52p., profusely illustrated magazine, very good, but missing the CD that was originally included. With an interview with Michael Franti and other music articles, the Navy's war on Vieques, a critique of Spike Lee, and more.
Oakland: Black Panther Party, 1969. 24p.tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned, very good; cover depicts Kathleen and Eldridge Cleaver with their baby. Kathleen Cleaver has signed her name near the bottom. At the rear is the first issue of Basta Ya!, a newspaper supporting Lose Siete de la Raza.
Tucson: University of Arizona, . handbill leaflet. Single 16.5x8,.5 inch sheet handbill folded twice to make 6 panels, illustrated on one side with a b&w photo of Nogales Border Crossing c. 1890 with red, black and gray texts and designs and on the rear biographical sketches of the 4 educators.....