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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Los Angeles: NLCC/National Latino Communications Center, 1992. Six-panel newsletter folded to 8.5x11 inches, photos, stills, reports, advisors, production team etc. very good on heavy slick stock. First of a planned series of newsletters reporting on the progress of the Center's project of at least 4 episodes of a series covering.....
Ciudad de Chihuahua: Chihuahua Gobierno del Estado, no date. Four brochures, four panels each, 7x8.75 inches, bilingual texts in Spanish and English, maps, tables, addresses and phone numbers, som b&w photos, very good on cheap paper. Visitor guides to museums, restaurants, hotels, entertainment and the surrounding countryside.
New York: Liga Obrera Revolucionaria de los EE. UU. (Revolutionary Workers League of the United States), 1936. 13p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. Evenly toned, otherwise very good. Spanish newsletter of Hugo Oehler's group. This issue includes pieces on the revolutions in Spain and in Latin America.
New York: Liga Obrera Revolucionaria de los EE. UU. (Revolutionary Workers League of the United States), 1937. 12p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. Evenly toned, otherwise very good. Spanish newsletter of Hugo Oehler's group. This issue is devoted to "El camino hacia el poder sovietico en España."
New York: ¡Claro! 1982. Report folder containing informational and outreach materials for the organization: a draft working copy of the brochure, press release and flyers; a statement by Evelyn Vargas-Castaneda, a Salvadorean-American from Davis, CA, on her brother's kidnapping in El Salvador, along with his photograph; several offprints of articles.....
San Francisco: Mission Neighborhood Health center, [1980s-90s?]. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, one in Spanish and the verso in English, very good on goldenrod stock. Undated but with no mention of web sites or emails likely late 1980s to early 1990s. The Clínica Esperanza opened in the 1980s.....
Irvine: Program in Comparative Culture, UC Irvine, 1979. 16p., 8.5x14 inches folded to 8.5x11 inches, introduction, glossary, photos, reports, mild wear and soiling, newsletter of 8 sheets stapled upper-left corner. Cover story on the second anniversary of the First National Civic Strike in Colombia.
Oakland: Applied Research Center and the Center for Third World Organizing, 1998-2005. Thirty issues, almost a complete run of the 8.25x11 inch radical multicultural quarterly, missing issues Vol. 7 No. 2 and Vol. 8, No. 1, various pagination, illus. A who's who of the multicultural left contributed to the magazine.....