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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San Francisco: La Raza Information Center, 1972. Magazine. [iii] 10p., 8.5x11 inches, bilingual text in Spanish and English side-by-side, tables, contacts, information on employment, education etc. for Hispanic-speaking residents of San Francisco and the Bay Area, very good mimeographed newsletter on yellow stock stapled at upper-left corner. Also includes some...
Delano: Farm Worker Press, 1969. Newspaper. 16p., 8x11 inches, newsprint, illustrated with photos, cartoons, lightly foxed otherwise good in pastebound pictorial wraps. Cover cartoon of the three witches at a cauldron - UC, FDA and Dept of Agriculture - for an article about "Pesticide research and the politics of poisoning...
Delano: Farm Worker Press, 1967. Newspaper. 24p. including covers, 7.5x11 inches, news, reports, photos, illustrations, events, services and resources, evenly toned otherwise very good pastebound newspaper in pictorial wraps. Cover story on Texas rangers run rampant with cartoon by Zermano, editorial by Luming Imutan, a Filipina farmworker; article on Larry...
Delano: United Farm Workers Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO, 1970. Newspaper. 16p. including covers, 7x11 inches, paper toned, neatly hole-punched at left, insignificant impingement on the text (a couple of letters are missing on internal pages, still fully readable), but puncturing the centerfold. Includes an article on Arab-American farmworkers in the union.
Keene, CA: United Farmworkers, 1973. Newspaper. 16p., Spanish-language edition of the tabloid format newspaper, greenish-tinted paper, toned around edges, light handling wear; illustrated with drawings, cartoons and photos. Updates of farmworker organizing. Slogan on masthead: "Chavez si, Teamsters no."
Albuquerque: San Ignacio Music Co., 1982. 27p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, text in Spanish, lightly-worn periodical in stapled green pictorial wraps with ownership name in ink on cover. Periodical featuring lyrics to religious songs for Churches and Holidays published 4 times a year.
Washington DC: National Council of La Raza, 1980-1981. Six issues, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, photos, news, opinion, events, services and resources, very good newsletters on tan stock. Hispanic American newsletter focusing on Latino/Chicano rights. One holding only located in OCLC as of 3/2016.