Access

Materials located in boxes 21-33, 50-53, 56 and box 57; folder 9 are restricted until the year 2079 according to federal and state laws.

Publication Rights Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.

Abstract

The American Friends Service Committee - US/Mexico Border Program (USMBP) is a human rights advocacy organization that was established to support immigrant rights and concerns by documenting human and civil rights abuses by law enforcement agencies in and around communities on the San Diego County-Mexico border. The records mostly encompass the organizational and administrative activities directed by Roberto Martinez, director from 1982-2003. The collection contains incoming and outgoing correspondence, field reports and studies, and meeting minutes, with similar materials in records for the parallel project, the Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP). The main components of the records are abuse complaint case files and legal case documents compiled from individuals by the USMBP, the Centro de Asuntos Migratorios (CAM), the Chicano Federation of San Diego County, and the Coalition for Law and Justice. Additionally, the papers contain conference and seminar materials, subject files, brochures, published writings, and other materials supporting projects and organizations involved with AFSC and Roberto Martinez.

Administrative History

Since 1940, the American Friends Service Committee - San Diego (AFSC-SD) has worked closely with migrant workers and promoted rural and urban development in Mexico. Focusing on improving the living and working conditions of migrant workers and strengthening their political voice, the AFSC-SD has historically played a principal role in Mexicano activism in the US-Mexcio border region of California.

Orginally the AFSC-SD began the U.S.-Mexico Border Project (USMBP) in 1977 to address economic imbalances between the US and Mexico. With the passage of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the program began to monitor and document human and civil rights abuses by border law enforcement agencies. The program represented two subcommittees, one in Pasadena and, other in San Diego. The USMBP remains a unique project which records incidents of state violence that might otherwise remain underreported and/or uninvestigated.

Marco Antonio Rodriguez became the first director in 1978-1979 under the coordination of the AFSC Pasadena office under Frank Galvan. Roberto Martinez was hired as director in 1982, and served as such until 2000. Martinez was already working as a human rights advocate through the Catholic Diocese and as a member of the Chicano Federation of San Diego County, as director of Coalition for a Humane Immigration Policy, and through the formation of the East County Sheriff/Community Relations Task Force.

During 1983-1986, Martinez worked with Centro de Asuntos Migratorios (CAM), an independent legal services organization formed in 1978 that worked closely with AFSC until 1993 when CAM merged with USMBP. Marco Antonio Rodriguez became CAM's interim director after the resignation of Leonor Lozano in 1983, until 1989 when Richard Garcia, the El Centro office attorney and supervisor became executive director. CAM's mission was to provide and promote vital legal representation, education, and advocacy of undocumented individuals and their families.

In 1987, the USMBP undertook a special Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP) designed to focus on the human rights of those immigrating to the US from Mexico and on the quality of society's response to their security and respect. In 1997, AFSC-SD conducted a bi-national study of abuses in collaboration with human right organizations in Tijuana; in 2001, AFSC-SD staff initiated an ecumenical migrant outreach project.

Scope and Content of Collection

The records of the American Friends Service Committee - US/Mexico Border Program document the organization's accomplishments between 1982-2003 when Roberto Martinez was program director. USMBP was established to monitor local law enforcement practices, support immigrant labor rights, promote understanding of immigration problems, and to support strategic ligitation that would have an impact on immigration policies. The papers include administrative files for the Southern California regional office, in the form of correspondence, meeting minutes, public relations materials and summary reports, as well as for the related program, the Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP). Additionally, there are abuse complaint case files, 1977-2000, from citizen and non-citizen individuals in and around the San Diego-Mexico border region and documents illustrating the early volunteer work by Roberto Martinez at the Chicano Federation of San Diego County, the Coalition for Law and Justice, and the Centro de Asuntos Migratorios (CAM) records from 1981 to the merger with the US-Mexico Border Program in 1994.

The records are arranged in thirteen series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) ADMINISTRATIVE, 3) WRITINGS AND REPORTS, 4) LEGAL CASES, 5) ABUSE AND COMPLAINT CASES, 6) CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS, 7) ILEMP (IMMIGRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT MONITORING PROJECT), 8) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 9) SUBJECT FILES, 10) CENTRO DE ASUNTO MIGRATORIOS (CAM), 11) CHICANO FEDERATION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY, 12) COALITION FOR LAW AND JUSTICE, and 13) RELATED ORGANIZATIONS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series is organized into two subseries A) Outgoing and B) Incoming both arranged chronologically, dated 1980-2003. The outgoing correspondence is AFSC (both national and regional) generated, generally administrative in nature, while the incoming correspondence is from various organizations and individuals concerning topics of immigration and law enforcement abuse.

SERIES 2: ADMINISTRATIVE

Although the US-Mexico Border Program is an independent regional project, the program follows the initiatives of the national orgranization in Philadelphia. Currently, the USMBP is supervised under the Pacific Southwest region program. The administrative series contains meeting minutes of both local and national committees, public relations and grant materials, newsletters, and various internally created documents such as articles of incorporation, organizational structure and history, and handwritten notes by staff. The series contains five subseries.

A) The Meeting Minutes subseries, arranged alphabetically by committee name, contains meeting minutes for the advisory board, national community relations, Pacific Southwest Regional office, Southern California area program, and sub-committees.

B) The Public Relations materials for AFSC includes informative brochures, AFSC event sponsored flyers, news articles mentioning AFSC and quoting Roberto Martinez, and press releases.

C) The Grant Materials subseries contains proposals, reports, and request applications for such organizations as the Ford Foundation and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for grants the USMBP has applied for. They are arranged alphabetically by organization.

D) Arranged alphabetically, the General Administrative files represent organizational materials such as articles of incorporation, organizational structure, and history documents for the US-Mexico Border Program, certificates of appreciation, handwritten notes, and building plans for the proposed San Diego Friends Meeting House. Also included is a biographical profile and interview with Robert Martinez.

E) The Newsletters include AFSC national and regional publications including "News of Women's Liberation Worldwide" and SPOTLIGHT.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS AND REPORTS

The WRITINGS AND REPORTS series constitutes reports and position papers authored by AFSC staff compiled from data and analysis of abuse complaint files and national immigration studies.

SERIES 4: LEGAL CASES

The legal cases collected in this series comprise litigation documents used by the regional office for legal resource or which represent cases where AFSC was counsel or provided consultation.

SERIES 5: ABUSE AND COMPLAINT CASE FILES

The files, 1981-2003, record incidents of human rights abuse at the border and within the larger community, along with attempts to bring abuse and other concerns to the federal and state investigative level. The files are arranged by date, then alphabetically, but are restricted by federal and state laws due to their confidential nature.

SERIES 6: CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

Arranged by title, the CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS series contains materials concerning conferences both attended and organized by AFSC representatives. The majority of documents support Roberto Martinez's role as a speaker or panelist.

SERIES 7: IMMIGRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT MONITORING PROJECT (ILEMP)

The IMMIGRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT MONITORING PROJECT was established to develop an organizational, informational, and educational network to analyze policy alternatives to immigration law enforcement abuse and its solution. The papers reflect the directorship of Maria Jimenez, 1987-2001, and document the collaborative work between AFSC-USMBP and ILEMP. Materials consist of correspondence and summaries of abuse and human rights violations; they're arranged alphabetically with the organizational materials followed by field reports summaries.

SERIES 8: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

This series includes published and unpublished writings on issues of concern to Roberto Martinez and AFSC. The writings represent reports, analyses, and recommendations on topics of immigrants' rights, regional sociological studies, and recommendations on state and federal immigration policies.

SERIES 9: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series, arranged alphabetically, includes source materials collected on community and congressional issues and other regional projects.

SERIES 10: CENTRO DE ASUNTOS MIGRATORIOS (CAM)

CENTRO DE ASUNTOS MIGRATORIOS (Center for Migrant Affairs) was founded in 1978 as an ecumenically sponsored immigration services program providing complete and accurate legal representation, healthcare referrals, and other support services; offices were in San Diego, El Centro, and Chula Vista. CAM worked closely with AFSC-USMBP promoting education of immigration and border issues, and supported progressive change in the economic and social conditions along the border. Beginning in 1993, CAM merged programs with AFSC-USMBP. The series contains eleven subseries A through K.

A) The Correspondence subseries, arranged by date, represents outgoing and incoming letters, either generated by CAM representatives or of concern to the organization.

B) The Meeting Minutes are mainly representative of board of directors', advisory board, and staff meetings, 1981-1995.

C) The Reports subseries contains summaries of intake clients and cases from the Chula Vista and El Centro offices. The director's reports review organizational policies and decisions on a monthly basis during 1988-1993 and is arranged alphabetically.

D) The Public Relations subseries contains press releases and informational brochures.

E) CAM was funded by religious and non-profit organizations, including Presbyterian World Service Program, James Irvine Foundation, and the Rosenberg Foundation. The Grant Materials reflect requests, proposals, and funding reports and are arranged alphabetically by grant funder.

F) Arranged by title, the Conferences and Seminars subseries contains general correspondence and agenda information.

G) This subseries contains general Administrative Documents including articles of incorporation, bylaws, office memorandums, procedure manual, and notes related to CAM's organizational structure.

H) The Other Projects CAM supported ranged from the Proyecto San Juan subcontract to the Salvadoran Emergency Legal Assistance Project with materials reflecting progress reports and correspondence.

I) The Legal Cases are documents supporting immigration ligitation trials for clients of CAM legal representatives. Also included are weekly and monthly reports of legal activities where legal counsel was provided by CAM lawyers. In cases where confidential client information exists, the folders are restricted. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by client name with confidential documents separated at the end.

J) The Intake Sheets are forms used by CAM representatives to determine and record complaints by clients and the priorities for follow through claims. The documents are arranged chronologically by date and are restricted.

K) Simarily, the Receipt Books are client information log summaries and payment acknowledgement records, arranged chronologically by date and restricted.

SERIES 11: CHICANO FEDERATION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY

Roberto Martinez was a community services volunteer for the Chicano Federation of San Diego County during the early 1980s. The Chicano Federation was established in 1968 to advocate for Latino recognition and promote civil and human rights. Martinez represented the organization as a committee member for the Law and Justice committee and the East County Sheriff's Task Force investigating police complaints on behalf of Chicano clients. The papers document Martinez's collaborative work with the Chicano Federation during the 1980s. The series is arranged into five subseries, A through E.

A) The Correspondence subseries represents outgoing and incoming letters, arranged chronologically between 1979-1986.

B) Arranged alphabetically by title, the Conferences and Seminars materials certifies the organization of several conferences coordinated by the Chicano Federation, mainly the Latino Summit 2000, which sought to develop community and political strategies with the Latino community.

C) The files for the general Administrative subseries include organizational reports from committees and meetings, publicity materials, community issue related source materials, and staff meeting agendas.

D) The Legal Documents in this subseries are cases in which the Chicano Federation was directly involved, including the Eden Gardens harassment lawsuit in 1974, and the Lopez case of 1974.

E) The Abuse and Complaint case files, arranged alphabetically, document citizen complaints taken by Chicano Federation staff, mainly involving local law enforcement. They contain confidential information and are restriced.

SERIES 12: COALITION FOR LAW AND JUSTICE

The COALITION FOR LAW AND JUSTICE was formed to respond to and organize the community against violations of human and civil rights by providing legal services and advocating education against institutionalized racism. The documents are arranged alphabetically by material type such as correspondence, meeting minutes, and press releases; the abuse complaint case files, 1985-1991, are restricted.

SERIES 13: RELATED ORGANIZATIONS

Roberto Martinez was involved with and chaired several local and national organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union-San Diego and Imperial County, Human Rights Watch, and the Coalition for Humane Immigration Rights of Los Angeles. These materials consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, and informational brochures.

CORRESPONDENCE

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1 1 1982-1984.
1 2 January-May, 1985.
1 3 June-December, 1985.
1 4 January-February, 1986.
1 5 March-December, 1986.
1 6 1987.
1 7 1988-1989.
2 1 1990.
2 2 1991.
2 3 1992.
2 4 1993.
2 5 January-June, 1994.
2 6 July-December, 1994.
2 7 January-March, 1995.
3 1 April, 1995.
3 2 May-December, 1995.
3 3 February-June, 1996.
3 4 July-December, 1996.
3 5 January-April, 1997.
3 6 May-December, 1997.
3 7 1998.
3 8 1999.
4 1 February-June, 2000.
4 2 July-December, 2000.
4 3 2001-2003.
4 4 Undated.
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4 5 1980-1983.
4 6 1984.
4 7 1985.
4 8 1986.
4 9 1987.
4 10 1988.
4 11 January-June, 1989.
5 1 July-October, 1989.
5 2 November 1989- May 1990.
5 3 July-September, 1990.
5 4 October-December, 1990.
5 5 January-February, 1991.
5 6 March 4-March 7, 1991.
5 7 March 13-March 18, 1991.
5 8 March 20-March 29, 1991.
5 9 April, 1991.
5 10 May-June, 1991.
5 11 July, 1991.
5 12 August 1-August 14, 1991.
6 1 August 15-August 30, 1991.
6 2 September, 1991.
6 3 October, 1991.
6 4 November 1-November 11, 1991.
6 5 November 13-December, 1991.
6 6 January, 1992.
6 7 February, 1992.
6 8 March, 1992.
6 9 April-May, 1992.
6 10 June, 1992.
6 11 July,1992.
6 12 August, 1992.
6 13 September, 1992.
6 14 October-December, 1992.
6 15 January-February, 1993.
7 1 March, 1993.
7 2 April, 1993.
7 3 July, 1993.
7 4 May, 1993.
7 5 June, 1993.
7 6 August,1993.
7 7 September-October, 1993.
7 8 November-December, 1993.
7 9 January-February, 1994.
7 10 March-April, 1994.
7 11 May, 1994.
7 12 June,1994.
7 13 July, 1994.
7 14 August, 1994.
7 15 September, 1994.
7 16 October, 1994.
8 1 November-December, 1994.
8 2 January-February, 1995.
8 3 March 1-March 8, 1995.
8 4 March 14-March 28, 1995.
8 5 April-May, 1995.
8 6 June-September, 1995.
8 7 October-December, 1995.
8 8 January-February, 1996.
8 9 March-July, 1996.
8 10 August-September, 1996.
8 11 October, 1996.
8 12 November, December, 1996.
8 13 January-February, 1997.
8 14 March, 1997.
8 15 April, 1997.
8 16 May, 1997.
8 17 June, 1997.
9 1 July, 1997.
9 2 August-September, 1997.
9 3 October-December, 1997.
9 4 January-February, 1998.
9 5 March, 1998.
9 6 April, 1998.
9 7 June-July, 1998.
9 8 August-November, 1998.
9 9 1999.
9 10 January-June, 2000.
9 11 July, 2000.
9 12 August, 2000.
9 13 September, 2000.
9 14 October, 2000.
9 15 November, 2000.
9 16 December, 2000.
9 17 January, 2001.
9 18 February, 2001.
9 19 March, 2001.
10 1 May-July, 2001.
10 2 August-December, 2001.
10 3 2002-2003.
10 4 Undated.
Part 1.
10 5 Undated.
Part 2.
10 6 Undated.
Part 3.

ADMINISTRATIVE

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Meeting minutes

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10 7 Advisory Board- Meeting minutes, 1986 - 1996.
Roberto Martinez, board chairman.
10 8 National Community Relations Committee- Meeting minutes, 1984 - 1986.
10 9 National Community Relations Committee- Meeting minutes, 1990 - 1998.
10 10 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, 1984 - 1986.
11 1 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, 1987 - 1989.
11 2 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, 1990.
11 3 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, February-June, 1991.
11 4 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, July-December, 1991.
11 5 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, 1992 - 1994.
11 6 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, 1995.
12 1 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Executive Committee- Meeting minutes, 1996 - 2000.
12 2 Pacific Southwest Regional Office- Staff meeting minutes, 1988 - 2001.
12 3 Southern California Area Program Committee- Meeting minutes, 1985 - 2003.
12 4 Sub-Committee meeting minutes, 1993 - 1999.
12 5 Sub-Committee meeting minutes, 2000 - 2001.

Public relations materials

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12 6 Brochures.
Includes Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP) and other affiliate organizations.
12 7 Event flyers.
12 8 Logo labels.
12 9 News articles, 1980 - 1991.
12 10 News articles, 1992 - 1999.
12 11 News articles, 2000 - 2001.
13 1 Posters- General.
13 2 Press releases, 1983 - 1989.
13 3 Press releases, 1990 - 1993.
13 4 Press releases, 1994 - 2001.
13 5 Press releases - Undated.

Grant materials

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13 6 Angelica Foundation, 1994 - 1995.
Includes correspondence.
13 7 California Consumer Protection Foundation- Proposal, 1994.
13 8 Ford Foundation- Proposal for archival computer system and library, 1990.
13 9 Ford Foundation, 1996.
Proposal submitted for fiscal year 1996-1998, Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project.
13 10 James Irvine Foundation, November 11, 1994.
The Citizenship Outreach and Immigration Services Coordination Program grant request.
13 11 Homeland Foundation, 1994.
Includes annual report.
13 12 Liberty Hill Foundation, 1992 - 1993.
13 13 San Diego Community Foundation- Seasonal Agricultural Worker Project- Draft proposal.
13 14 San Diego Foundation- Work and Health Grants Program, 2001.
Includes proposal for "Ecumenical Migrant Outreach Project (EMOP)".
13 15 San Diego Foundation for Change, 1994 - 2001.
Includes proposals and correspondence.
13 16 W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 1994.
Includes proposal and correspondence.

General miscellaneous

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13 17 Adopt-a-cross campaign.
13 18 Articles of Incorporation, 1992.
13 19 Biographical profile- Roberto Martinez.
13 20 Certifications of Appreciation.
13 21 Handwritten notes, 1982 - 2001.
Constitutes meeting and draft notes written by Roberto Martinez and other staff.
14 1 Handwritten notes, Undated.
Constitutes meeting and draft notes written by Roberto Martinez and other staff.
14 2 Interview with Roberto Martinez at the border with Greg Akili, April 25, 1992.
14 3 Pacific Southwest Region- Structure and history.
14 4 La Posada as community organizing, 1995 - 2001.
14 5 Program descriptions and committee structures, 1990 - 2001.
14 6 San Diego Friends Meeting House- Building plans, 1999 - 2000.

Newsletters

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14 7 LISTEN REAL LOUD, News of Women's Liberation Worldwide- Volumes 6-11.
14 8 SPOTLIGHT newsletter, 1984 - 1991.
14 9 Newsletters, A-D.
14 10 Newsletters, F-V.
14 11 Newsletters, Other.

WRITINGS AND REPORTS

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15 1 American Friends Service Committee Abuse Report 2000, 2000.
Complaints of abuse on the U.S. Mexico Border and in the San Diego region by local and federal law enforcement agencies, includes drafts.
15 2 American Friends Service Committee Consultation on Mexico, November 6-9, 1997.
15 3 American Friends Service Committee Nationwide Women's Project, "Hear Our Voices".
A resource directory of immigrant and refugee women's projects.
15 4 Abuse Case Information System for AFSC by Rebel Enterprise Developing Computer Applications Research, 1995.
15 5 AFSC v. Thornburgh: Immigration, Employments and Religious Freedom.
15 6 American Friends Service Committee- EL OBRERO Y SUS DERECHOS, 1981.
With illustrations by David Avalos.
15 7 American Friends Service Committee Programs Focusing on Immigration.
15 8 Assessment of Present Policies Impacting Migrants and Refugees- Preliminary draft, February 10, 1996.
15 9 Background and Perspectives on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Free Trade Talks, April 10, 1991.
15 10 Bi-national Human Rights Report- Description, September, 1997.
Includes original interviews for study.
15 11 Border Violence Against Immigrant and Refugee Children, October, 1990.
Presentation by Maria Jimenez at the National Conference on Immigrant and Refugee Children in the United States, Los Angeles.
15 12 Bridges Project- Report on activities, July 1995-January 1996.
15 13 Brief of Anti-Discrimination Groups, July 24, 1989.
In support of the AFSC's Legal Challenge to Employer Sanctions Provisions of IRCA.
15 14 CENTURY AND A HALF OF WAR, Conflict and Human Rights, 1998.
15 15 Claude, Judy. "The Political Economy of Cocaine", December, 1990.
A report and analysis prepared for the Community Relations Divisions of the AFSC.
15 16 Community Education Program- Outline.
15 17 Complaint reports, 1991 - 1992.
15 18 Complaints of abuse, 1995 - 1999.
15 19 Deportee Monitoring Project, June-July, 2000.
Project involved Roberto Martinez, Leticia Jimenez, Christina Getrich, and Matthew Breigh.
15 20 LOS DESAPARECIDOS OF THE BORDER: Testimonies by Migrants and Their Families, 1996.
15 21 Development of Immigration Policy in the United States since 1979, September 30, 1983.
Immigrants and Refugees in the Caribbean Basin Nations- A panel presented by AFSC at XI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Mexico City
15 22 Dia de los Muertos- Nationwide Action Report.
15 23 Evaluation Report of the U.S.-Mexico Program of the American Friends Service Committee- Final version, April 3, 1987.
15 24 Evaluation of the Southern California Area Program, 1993.
Includes copies of revised drafts.
15 25 Evaluation of the Southern California Area Program, Pacific Southwest Region- Preliminary draft, 2000.
15 26 Evaluation of the U.S./Mexico Border Program- Draft, 1997.
Conducted January-May, 1997 presented to the Pacific Southwest Regional Executive committee, June 14, 1997
15 27 Evaluation of the Southern California Area Program, 2000 - 2001.
Conducted September, 2000-February, 2001 and presented to the Pacific Southwest Regional Executive committee, February 10, 2001.
15 28 FROM GLOBAL PILLAGE TO GLOBAL VILLAGE, 1993.
"A Perspective from Working People and People of Color on the Unregulated and Internationalization of the Economy and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)."
15 29 GLOBALIZATION: New Questions and New Answers, February, 2000.
Draft discussion paper from the National Community Relations Unit
15 30 Hart, Statia. "Native Americans on Death Row in the United States", 1996.
Prepared for Community Relations Division of the American Friends Service Committee.
15 31 HOPIS AND NAVAJOS: UNDERSTANDING THEIR LAND DISPUTES AND DEVELOPING POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS.
Prepared by members of the Arizona Area Committee of the American Friends Service Committee.
15 32 House Subcommittee on International Law, September 29, 1993.
Immigration and Refugees of the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives, Testimony of Roberto Martinez.
15 33 IMMIGRANT BASHING- MORE THAN A WAR OF WORDS.
15 34 Immigration proposal- 18 month team approach, 1994.
15 35 IN DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS ON THE U.S./MEXICO BORDER, 2000.
15 36 AN INFINITE OCEAN OF LIGHT- Address by Stephen G. Cary..., November 17, 1990.
to the Annual Gathering of the American Friends Service Committee.
16 1 Immigration, Naturalization Service- Border Patrol and Customs Complaints- Drafts 1-3, 1994.
Compiled by U.S.-Mexico Border Program and Centro de Asuntos Migratorios.
16 2 INS-Customs-Border Patrol complaints, San Diego, 1993 - 1994.
16 3 Kamel, Rachael. "This Is How It Starts- Women Maquila Workers in Mexico".
16 4 Legal Reference Fund- Office expansion draft.
16 5 Living Feminisms in AFSC Workplaces: Naming Issues and Policies, 1999.
Notes from discussions at the Women's Lunch-brunch
16 6 List of complaints received involving trolley security guards, 1993.
16 7 Looking for Justice, Holding the Peace Gang Truce and La Rebellion Four Months Later, September, 1992.
Report by Ched Myers, co-director of programs, PSWRO
16 8 Martinez, Roberto. "Community Oriented Policing", June 10, 1997.
16 9 Martinez, Roberto- Editorial commentary, 1994.
16 10 Martinez, Roberto, "La Frontera- The Border: 155 Years of Uneasy Existence", VOZ FRONTERIZA, October, 1991.
16 11 Martinez, Roberto. "A Humanitarian Policy for Immigrants and Refugees", August 20, 1993.
16 12 Martinez, Roberto. "INS Raids in North County", January, 1984.
16 13 Martinez, Roberto. "Introduction", December 10, 1999.
16 14 Martinez, Roberto. "Lack of Housing, or Xenophobia".
16 15 Martinez, Roberto. Quincentennial: 500 Years of Resistance- Handwritten draft.
16 16 Martinez, Roberto. "Spotlight" article.
16 17 Martinez, Roberto- Testimony on government proposed ditch, April 19, 1989.
16 18 Mexico- U.S. Border Program Immigration Study Group- Working paper, September 17, 1981.
16 19 New York Metropolitan Regional Office- Immigrant Rights Program, October 15, 1996.
Submitted by Denis Johnston and Blanca Molina.
16 20 Operacion Guardian: Exito o Verguenza Nacional?, December 13, 1994.
16 21 Operation Blockade, A City Divided: A Report from the American Friends Service Committee's ILEMP.
16 22 Pacific Southwest Region- Southern California Area Program Committee- Comprehensive Program.
U.S.-Mexico Border Program- Fiscal years, 2000-2001
16 23 Pacific Southwest Region- Staff reports, 1984 - 2001.
16 24 Pacific Southwest Region- U.S.-Mexico Border Program- Weekly activity report, 1991 - 1992.
16 25 Peace Action Network- Endorsement form, 1991.
16 26 PEACE DIVIDEND: HOW TO GET IT AND HOW TO USE IT, March, 1992.
16 27 Petition to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights of the Organization of American States, August, 1992.
Partial Document
16 28 Petition to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights of the Organization of American States, 1999.
Submitted on behalf of American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego and Imperial Counties and California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation.
16 29 Police Abuse Report 1995 and 1996, October 3, 1996.
Compiled for the second consultation on human and civil rights strategies for the Latino community.
16 30 Preliminary comments for consideration in drafting.
proposed Section 503 regulations on standards on enforcement activities.
16 31 Principal questions and responses of interviews by media with Roberto Martinez.
16 32 Project VOICE: Human Dignity, Legalization, and Immigrants' Right, March, 2002 - 2005.
17 1 Promoting Peace and Justice: A Plan for AFSC's Future, 1999.
17 2 Proposal to Access the Feasibility of Developing a Training and Technical Assistance Initiative.
Targeted to Latino Constituencies of the Southwest.
17 3 Proposal to merge Centro de Asuntos Migratorios with the U.S. Mexico Border Program, 1993.
17 4 Proposed policy statement on treatment of immigrants.
17 5 Proyecto de Derechos de los Immigrantes- "Plan de Accion" para immigrantes Latinos, June, 1996.
17 6 PUERTAS ABIETAS- A Center for Women Immigrants, 1997.
Proposal by Kenna Barrett.
17 7 Report of the U.S.-Mexico Border Program- Documented Abuse on the Southern California Border with Mexico, 1999.
17 8 Report to the AFSC board of directors, 2000 - 2001.
On behalf of the advisory committee for the AFSC Washington office/Davis house.
17 9 Reporte sobre las Violaciones a los Derechos Humanos de Migrantes en San Diego, California, 1988 - 1989.
Centro Binacional de Derechos Humanos y AFSC- Casos documentados- Mayo 1988-1989.
17 10 Salvadoran Emergency Legal Assistance Project- Status report, October, 1995.
17 11 San Diego Legal Defense Center- Centro para Ley y Justicia - Draft proposal, June, 1986.
A project of AFSC and Coalition for Law and Justice of San Diego.
17 12 State Department of Health Service Investigations Unit - Complaints, 1993 - 1994.
17 13 Statement on Human and Civil Rights Violations: U.S.-Mexico Border at San Diego, California, August, 1988.
Released by AFSC and Coalition for Law and Justice.
17 14 Statistical reports, 1979 - 2000.
Part 1. Includes border fatalities and human and civil rights complaints.
17 15 Statistical reports, 1979 - 2000.
Part 2. Includes border fatalities and human and civil rights complaints.
17 16 The Story of American Friends Service Committee U.S.-Mexico Border Program.
17 17 Summary of Testimony of Roberto Luis Martinez, September, 1986.
As presented to House Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, for HR 2452- Federal Law Enforcement Officer Review Act.
17 18 Surveillance and Documentation Plan, May, 1997.
17 19 Testimony before Joint Committee, December 3, 1987.
On Refugee Resettlement International Migration and Cooperative Development given by Roberto Martinez.
17 20 Testimony of Roberto Martinez- Summary, April 5, 1988.
17 21 Testimony of Roberto Martinez before California Legislative Joint Committee, June 22, 1990.
On Refugee Resettlement, International Migration and Cooperative Development, on International Migration and Border Regional Violence.
17 22 Three year proposal for the U.S.-Mexico border program- Summary.
17 23 Transcript of the Special Hearing on Human Rights and Civil Rights Abuses in the U.S./Mexico Border Region.
18 1 Underpinnings and Consequences- U.S. Policy and the Militarization of Mexico, 1998.
Prepared by Matthew Yarrow for the Latin America/Caribbean Program of the AFSC Peacebuilding Unit.
18 2 United States Border Patrol Violations of United Nations Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officers, July, 1980.
An Exploratory Study, Prepared by Community Research associates for American Friends Service Committee.
18 3 United States Commission on Civil Rights, April 16-17, 1993.
Joint Arizona and California Advisory Committee Forum on Border-related Civil Rights Issues, presentation by Roberto Martinez.
18 4 United States House of Representatives Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, February, 1986.
Written testimony by Roberto Martinez.
18 5 United States-Mexico Border Program- Leadership Development and Community Outreach- Draft, December 21, 1999.
18 6 Volunteer- Intern manual, 1998.
18 7 Miscellaneous writings.

LEGAL CASES

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18 8 Aguayo, Patricia, et al vs. David Ilchert, et al, 1991.
18 9 Contreras, Soledad and Angie Contreras vs. City of San Diego, February 2, 1992.
Petition for removal- Civl Rights.
18 10 Contreras-Aragon, Rene Adan vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1985 - 1988.
Part 1.
18 11 Contreras-Aragon, Rene Adan vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1985 - 1988.
Part 2.
18 12 Contreras-Aragon, Rene Adan vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1985 - 1988.
Part 3.
18 13 Contreras-Aragon, Rene Adan vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1985 - 1988.
Part 4.
18 14 Diaz-Ibarra, Ramiro- Immigration review appeal, 1999.
18 15 Garcia, Jorge Chavira- Smuggling case, acquitted, 2000.
Court proceedings and statements.
18 16 Gonzalez, Elvira vs. Lavern Meachum, et al, 1995.
19 1 Hurtado-Ambriz, Ylirrael, Maria Guadalupe-Bedolla de Hurtado, Irma Hurtado Bedolla, December 7, 1984.
In deportation proceedings.
19 2 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), et al vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, et al, 1987.
July 22.
19 3 Leon-Gonzalez, Julio Cesar- Proceeding report, 2000.
Part 1.
19 4 Leon-Gonzalez, Julio Cesar- Proceeding report, 2000.
Part 2.
19 5 Leon-Gonzalez, Julio Cesar- Proceeding report, 2000.
Part 3.
19 6 Mendez-Pulido, Ignacio vs. United States of America, August 1, 1990.
United States finding of fact and conclusions of law and order thereon.
19 7 People of the State of California vs. Dany Rojas-Vega, 1995 - 2003.
19 8 People of the State of California vs. Juan Martinez, 1994.
Litigation documents- Part 1.
20 1 People of the State of California vs. Juan Martinez, 1994.
Litigation documents- Part 2.
20 2 People of the State of California vs. Juan Martinez, 1994.
Litigation documents- Part 3.
20 3 People of the State of California vs. Roland Antonio Jalamentez, October 2, 1980.
Reporter's transcript of preliminary hearing.
20 4 People of the State of California vs. Sagon Penn, 1985.
20 5 People of the State of California vs. Varrio Mesa Locos, August 20, 1999.
20 6 Perez, Luis, Adrian Perez and Maria Nunez vs. San Diego Trolley, Inc, July 25, 2000.
Notice of order approving compromise of minor's claims and minute order.
20 7 Perez-Funez, Jose Antonio, et al vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, et al, 1983 - 1985.
20 8 United States of America vs. Calixtro Ocampo Alvarez, 2000.
Litigation documents
20 9 United States of America vs. Michael Elmer, January 28, 1994.
Reporter's manuscript of proceedings , excerpt of proceeding testimony of Michael Elmer.
20 10 Velasquez, Tony, et al. vs. Robert Ackerman, San Jose office director..., 1992.
Unites States Immigration and Naturalization Service, et al.
20 11 Illegal transportation of "aliens" court cases, 1991 - 1993.

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21 1 Chavez, Alicia, 1981.
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21 2 Dohl, Charles L., 1982.
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21 3 Dominguez, Alfonso Cortez, 1982.
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21 4 Pozos, MIguel Reyes, 1982 - 1988.
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21 5 Sherwood-Alvarez, Claire, 1982.
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21 6 Soto, Pedro Banuelos, 1982.
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21 7 Diaz, Rosa Guadalupe, 1983.
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21 8 Espinoza, Art, 1983.
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21 9 Orozco, Ramiro Plascencia, 1983.
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21 10 Salcido, Jose, 1983.
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21 11 Santamaria, Carlos, 1983.
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21 12 Wallace, Larry D., 1983.
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21 13 Belasquez, Maria Luisa, 1984.
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21 14 Burreal, Yolanda, 1984.
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21 15 Diaz, Miguel Angel, 1984.
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21 16 Durruthy, Pedro and Beatriz D., 1984.
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21 17 Echevarria, Jose, 1984.
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21 18 Flores, Raquel, 1984.
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21 19 Garcia, Maria, 1984.
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21 20 Hidalgo, Javier Gustavo, 1984.
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21 21 Rodriguez, Luz Maria Velasquez, 1984.
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21 22 Aguilar, Nicolas Barojas, 1985.
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21 23 Arzola, Launiano, 1985.
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21 24 Barajas, Salvador, 1985.
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21 25 Benitez H., Jose Manuel, 1985.
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21 26 Bescerill, Enrique Frias, 1985.
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21 27 Carrasco, Rafael Fausto, 1985.
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21 28 Castro, Emigdio, 1985.
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21 29 Cornejo, Martin A., 1985.
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21 30 Cortez, Basilio, 1985.
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21 31 Cortez, Genaro, 1985.
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21 32 Espinoza, Jose, 1985.
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21 33 Farias, Emilio, 1985.
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21 34 Flores, Jose, 1985.
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21 35 Garcia, Jubenal, 1985.
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21 36 Gomez, Agustin, 1985.
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21 37 Gomez, Rosalva and Gilberto, 1985.
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21 38 Hernandez, Denise, 1985.
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21 39 Jarias, Emilio, 1985.
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21 40 Jimenez, Jose Luis, 1988.
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21 41 Martinez, Eduardo, 1985.
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21 42 Medina, Salvador Lopez, 1985.
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21 43 Mejia, Jose Romo, 1985.
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21 44 Mendez, Johnny Adam, 1985.
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21 45 Mercado Jr., Miguel, 1985.
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21 46 Moreno, Guadalupe, Sergio Alcala Santana, 1985.
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21 47 Morin, Eloy, 1985.
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21 48 Navarro, Dominga, 1985.
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21 49 Nieto, Juan Vasquez, 1985.
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21 50 Proyecto Bienestar participants, 1985.
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21 51 Ramos, Miguel, 1985.
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21 52 Rodriguez, Felix Peguero, 1985.
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21 53 Romero, Gary, 1985.
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21 54 Romo, Betty, 1985.
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21 55 Saldana, C. Pedro, 1985.
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21 56 Saravia-Jimenez, Alejandro, 1985.
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21 57 Torres, Lauro, 1985.
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21 58 Trujillo, Adolfo, 1985.
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21 59 Velasquez, Maria Luisa, 1985.
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21 60 Valesquez-Rodriguez, Luz Maria, 1985.
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21 61 Villanueva, Domingo, 1985.
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21 62 Wolfmeir, Craig, 1985.
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21 63 Aguirre, Julio Antonio, 1986.
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21 64 Ames, Kevin, 1986.
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21 65 Arellano, Antonio, 1986.
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21 66 Castillo, Hector Francisco, 1986.
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21 67 de Jusus Valle Escobedo, 1986.
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21 68 Enriquez, Ramon Celaya, Jose Valle Rea, 1986.
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21 69 Fonseca de Ramirez, Gabina, 1986.
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21 70 Garcia, David Anthony, 1986.
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21 71 Gomez, Umberto, 1986.
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21 72 Lobato, Roberto, 1986.
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21 73 Lopez, Candelaria Reed, 1986.
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21 74 Lopez, Carmen, 1986.
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21 75 Lazaro Nieves-Mendes, Aurelio Dominguez-Morales, 1986.
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21 76 Macias de Meyer, Dolores, 1986.
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21 77 Martinez, Victoria Reyes, 1986.
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21 78 McKinnon Jr., Jack A., 1986.
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21 79 Naranjo, Esther, 1986.
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21 80 Nieto, Jesus, 1986.
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21 81 Resendez-Halog, Arthur, 1986.
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21 82 Webster, Ofelia, 1986.
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21 83 Abrego Hernandez, Esteban, 1987.
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21 84 Alba, Erlinda, 1987.
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22 2 Cortez-Gomez, Jose, 1987 - 1988.
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22 3 Gallegos, Camilo Villagrana, 1987.
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22 4 Garcia, Howard, 1987.
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22 5 Hernandez, Hector J., 1987.
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22 6 Ibarra-Garcia, Marco Antonio, 1987.
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22 7 Mogo Family, 1987.
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22 8 Nava, Albert, 1987.
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22 9 Perez, Reynaldo and Irma, 1987.
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22 10 Rodriguez, Luis H., 1987.
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22 11 Sanchez, Frank Robert, 1987.
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22 12 Zervantez, Luis, 1987.
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22 13 Akel, Sylvia Castillo, 1988.
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22 14 Cabrero, Aaron, 1988.
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22 15 Castro Family, 1988.
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22 16 Cerda-Jarquin, Pedro Gonzalo, 1988.
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22 17 Corral, Miguel Angel, 1988.
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22 18 Corrales, Richard, 1988.
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22 19 Fletcher, Douglas M., 1988.
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22 20 Garay, Gaston, 1988.
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22 21 Garcia-Ramirez, Juan, 1988.
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22 22 Heredia-Gomez Luis and Reynaldo, 1988.
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22 23 Luzarraga Morales, Domingo, 1988.
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22 24 Pantoja Gaytan, Alida, 1988.
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22 25 Puente, Mark Anthony, 1988.
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22 26 Roldan Couret, Noel, 1988.
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22 27 Torrez-Garcia, Juan, 1988.
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22 28 Varela, Albert Manuel, 1988.
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22 29 Vasquez, Rafael Alexander, 1988.
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22 30 Aguilar, Roberto Amaya, 1989.
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22 31 Andrade, Jaime, Pascual Bustos, 1989.
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22 32 Burgueno-Cecena, Anastacio, 1989.
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22 33 Camacho, Modesto Rosales, 1989.
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22 34 Castro Hernandez, Antonio, 1989.
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22 35 Cruz, Aurelia, 1989.
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22 36 de la Cruz, Rene, 1989.
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22 37 Delgado, Jose, 1989.
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22 38 Fierro, Guielermo Macedo, 1989.
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22 39 Garcia Hernandez, Pedro, 1989.
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22 40 Godwin Jr., Charles Russel, 1989.
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22 41 Guerrero, Raymundo Estrada, 1989.
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22 42 Hernandez-Hernandez, Luis Eduardo, 1989.
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22 43 Hernandez-Rodriguez, Magali, 1989.
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22 44 Leon-Figuera, Manuel, 1989.
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22 45 Lepe-Michel, Adrian, 1989.
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22 46 Lozano, Alexander, 1989.
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22 47 Luna, Serafin Villegas, 1989.
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22 48 Luzanilla, Jesse, 1989.
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22 49 Mora, Xavier G., 1989.
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23 1 Moreno, Raul Frank, 1989.
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23 2 Mosqueda, Joseph and Laura, 1989.
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23 3 Ortiz-Murrieta, Vicente, 1989.
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23 4 Riley, James E. (accused), 1989 - 1992.
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23 5 Rios, Alfonso M., 1989.
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23 6 Robles-Cecena, Enrique, 1989.
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23 7 Rodriguez-Martinez, Miguel, 1989.
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23 8 Romero Family, 1989.
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23 9 Rubio, Jack, 1989.
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23 10 Ruiz-Chavez, Francisco, 1989.
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23 11 Solorio, Rosa Amelia, 1989.
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23 12 Vasquez-Amezcua, Andres, 1989.
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23 13 Zamudio, Mauricio Ledezma, 1989.
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23 14 Alcantar Lopez, Julio, 1990.
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23 15 Arr, Martin Acoste, 1990.
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23 16 Arreola-Hernandez, Antonio, 1990.
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23 17 Augulo-Valenzuela, Antonio, 1990.
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23 18 Ayala, David, 1990.
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23 19 Bean-Quezada, Carlos, 1990.
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23 20 Bean-Tovar, Carlos Clarence, 1990.
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23 21 Bean-Tovar, Jael Elizabeth, 1990.
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23 22 Calix, Amanda Dolores, 1990.
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23 23 Carranza, Jesus, 1990.
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23 24 Carrera, Pedro Puerta, 1990.
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23 25 Chavarin-Rubio, Adrian, 1990.
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23 26 Concevido-Medina, Aristeo, 1990.
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23 27 Contursi, Corwin, 1990.
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23 28 Dorado-Ortiz, Raquel, 1990.
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23 29 Elder, Thomas A., 1990.
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23 30 Fijardo, Ramon Alberto, 1990.
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23 31 Estrella, Luis Roberto, 1990.
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23 32 Garcia Garcia, Celestino, 1990.
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23 33 Garcia Garcia, Tomas, 1990.
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23 34 Garcia-Ortega, Ramon, 1990.
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23 35 Godinez, Jose, 1990.
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23 36 Gomez Garcia, Paulino, 1990.
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23 37 Gonzalez, David Jr., 1990.
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23 38 Hernandez de Garcia, Gloria, 1990.
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23 39 Juarez-Perez, Ernesto Mateo, 1990.
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23 40 Lopez-Ballardo, Jose Eleazar, 1990.
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23 41 Lopez, Marco, 1990.
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23 42 Maciel-Gonzalez, Pedro, 1990.
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23 43 Marquez, Jesus, 1990.
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23 44 Marquez, Ysidra, 1990.
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23 45 Martinez Leon, Julia, 1990.
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23 46 Martinez-Lopez, Maximino Manuel, 1990.
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23 47 Medrano Reynoso, Andres, 1990.
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23 48 Mendoza, Jose Luis, 1990.
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23 49 Mimilia Martinez, Lorenzo, 1990.
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23 50 Moran Anastacio, Enrique, 1990.
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24 1 Navarrete-Garcia, Jose Linet, 1990.
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24 2 Ontiveros-Camacho, Jesus Guadalupe, 1990.
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24 3 Ortiz-Barahona, Allan Enrique, 1990.
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24 4 Ortiz Ramirez, Octavio, 1990.
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24 5 Parra, John, 1990.
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24 6 Rangel Palacios, Erendira, 1990.
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24 7 Robles, Roberto, 1990.
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24 8 Robles-Rodriguez, David Armando, 1990.
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24 9 Robles-Valenzuela, Humberto, 1990.
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24 10 Roche Flores, Sabina, 1990.
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24 11 Ruelas, Eladio, 1990.
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24 12 Sandoval-Acosta de Sotelo, Alicia, 1990.
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24 13 Sandoval-Martinez, Hermelindo, 1990.
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24 14 Uvande-Vazquez, Martin, 1990.
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24 15 Valasquez, Encarnacion, 1990.
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24 16 Vargas, Juan Carlos Hidalgo, 1990.
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24 17 Velazquez-Torres, Sergio, 1990.
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24 18 Zamarripa-Gonzalez, Francisco Antonio, 1990.
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24 19 Zamores, Eduardo Garcia, 1990.
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24 20 Aceves, Mary Ann, 1991.
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24 21 Acosta, Luis Antonio Soltero, 1991.
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24 22 Aguilera, Emigdio Ruiz, 1991.
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24 23 Anonymous, 1991.
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24 24 Arrellano Cabrera, Joel, 1991.
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24 25 Artega Jr., Macedonio, 1991.
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24 26 Arzute, Eulalio, 1991.
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24 27 Ayala, Aida, 1991.
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24 28 Bejinez, Emilio Jimenez, 1991.
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24 29 Brieno Rodriquez, Julio Cesar, 1991.
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24 30 Bueno Jr., Fidel, 1991.
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24 31 Cabrero, Ricardo, 1991.
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24 32 Campo, Manuel Martin Flores, 1991.
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24 33 Carbajal-Eunca, Francisco Ricardo, 1991.
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24 34 Cardenas Jr., Joseph, 1991.
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24 35 Carrillo, Angel/Berta, 1991.
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24 36 Castellanos, Juan Manuel, 1991.
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24 37 Cazares, Victor, 1991.
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24 38 Chavez Perez, Rene, 1991.
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24 39 Colin Morales, Rafael, 1991.
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24 40 Contreras, German and Soledad, 1991.
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24 41 Contreras-Ruiz, Ruben, 1991.
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24 42 Cordova-Velez, Oscar Abel, 1991.
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24 43 Deitz, Gregorio/Annette, 1991.

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24 44 Del Rosario-Navarro, Omar, 1991.
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24 45 Diaz Dominguez, Rodolfo, 1991.
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24 46 Estebes, Luis Santiago, 1991.
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24 47 Estrada, Carlos Maciel, 1991.
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24 48 Euceda, Josny Espinol, 1991.
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24 49 Figueroa, Pedro Rodriguez, 1991.
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24 50 Flores, Francisco, 1991.
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24 51 Fuentes Avila, Jorge, 1991.
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24 52 Garate-Ortiz, Ignacio, 1991.
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24 53 Garcia, Jose Luis, 1991.
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24 54 Garcia-Moreno, Carlos Gerardo, 1991.
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24 55 Gaspar, Octavio Francisco, 1991.
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24 56 Godinez, Jose, 1991.
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24 57 Gonzalez, Jose, 1991.
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24 58 Gonzalez, Socorro, 1991.
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24 59 Gonzalez Salazar, Jose Luis, 1991.
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24 60 Guerra, Chris, 1991.
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24 61 Gullen, Franko Ventura, 1991.
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24 62 Gutierrez, Glafira, 1991 - 1994.
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24 63 Hernandez Lopez, Marcos Antonio, 1991.
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24 64 Hernandez-Montalvo, Pablo, 1991.
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24 65 "Hundreds" of Migrants, 1991.
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24 66 Ibarra, Jose, 1991.
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24 67 Jackson, Maria Raphaela, 1991.
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25 1 Jimenez-Martinez, Maria, 1991.
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25 2 Jimenez Quesada, Carlos Vladimir, 1991.
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25 3 Lainez-Lainez, Audelino, 1991.
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25 4 Leiva, Esau, 1991.
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25 5 Lemus, Rosendo Ramon, 1991.
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25 6 Leon, Miguel Angel, 1991.
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25 7 Lizarraga, Enrique, 1991.
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25 8 Lunde, Ronnie, 1991.
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25 9 Maciel Estrada, Carlos, 1991.
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25 10 Mandujano, Victor Adrian, 1991.
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25 11 Mandujano-Navarro, Higinio, 1991.
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25 12 Manjarrez, Maria del Rosario, 1991.
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25 13 Marks, Don, 1991.
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25 14 Martinez, Blanca Yasmin, 1991.
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25 15 Martinez, Jose A., 1991.
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25 16 Martinez, Roberto, 1991.
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25 17 Martinez Alvarez, Roberto, 1991.
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25 18 Martinez Garcia, Gerardo, 1991.
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25 19 Martinez Hernandez, Oscar Guillermo, 1991.
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25 20 Martinez Macias, Santos, 1991.
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25 21 Mora, Miguel, 1991.
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25 22 Mora Ceja, Jose Luis, 1991.
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25 23 Ortiz-Santana, Ramon Gil, 1991.
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25 24 Parra, Oscar, 1991.
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25 25 Parrish, Susan, 1991.
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25 26 Perez Flores, Augustine, 1991.
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25 27 Phillips, Martha E., 1991.
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25 28 Pineda, Lillian, 1991.
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25 29 Quirindongo, John, 1991.
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25 30 Ramos, Maria, 1991 - 1992.
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25 31 Recio-Ponce, Anna, 1991.
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25 32 Resendiz Soto, Maria, 1991.
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25 33 Reyes, Rafael Mucino, 1991.
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25 34 Rivera Garcia, Victor, 1991.
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25 35 Robles, Alejandro Quintero, 1991.
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25 36 Robles-Ordonez, Gloria, 1991.
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25 37 Rodriguez, Alicia, 1991.
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25 38 Rodriguez, Elsa Laura, 1991.
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25 39 Rodriguez Ledezma, Daniel, 1991.
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25 40 Sanchez-Garcia, Daniel, 1991.
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25 41 Sanchez-Olwares, Raymundo, 1991.
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25 42 Sanchez-Sanchez, Pedro, 1991.
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25 43 Spearman, Reverand James, 1991.
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25 44 Vasquez Martinez, Victor M., 1991.
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25 45 Wolfe, Brian, 1991.
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25 46 Zambran Bobadilla, Oscar, 1991.
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25 47 Zapian, Jesus Eutimeo, 1991.
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25 48 Alvarez de Hernandez, Maria Ester, 1992.
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25 49 Aparicio, Salvador, 1992.
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25 50 Camacho-Cazares, Nestor Ladislao, 1992.
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25 51 Camarena de Sanchez, Julie Maria de Jesus, 1992.
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25 52 Camarena-Zuniga, Trino, 1992.
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25 53 Contreras Gonzalez, Ruben, 1992.
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26 1 Esquivel Bravo Martin, 1992.
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26 2 Esquivel Bravo Martin, 1992.
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26 3 Esquivel Bravo Martin, 1992.
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26 4 Esquivel Bravo Martin, 1992.
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26 5 Esquivel Bravo Martin, 1992.
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26 6 Esquivel Bravo Martin, 1992.
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26 7 Garcia-Ramirez, Aristides, 1992.
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26 8 Hernandez-Enriquez, Eusebio, 1992.
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26 9 Hernandez-Gutierrez, Jesus Jaime, 1992.
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26 10 Loaisa, Jorge, 1992.
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26 11 Mora, Manolo Castellanos, 1992.
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26 12 Murillo, Benjamin, 1992.
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26 13 Osorio-Peres, Enrique, 1992.
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26 14 Perez, Miguel, 1992.
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26 15 Ponce, Jose Moran, 1992.
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26 16 Valenzuela Avila, Fernando, 1992.
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26 17 Zamora, David, 1992.
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27 1 Abdala, Armando, 1993.
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27 2 Aguilar, Manuel, 1993.
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27 3 Avalos, Edward, 1993.
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27 4 Bonilla de Lopez, Rosa Elia, 1993.
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27 5 Covarrubias de Hernandez, Sara, 1993.
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27 6 Cruz, Margarito, 1993.
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27 7 Francisco, Angel Miguel, 1993.
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27 8 Garcia, Jose Olvera, 1993 - 1994.
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27 9 Hurtado-Ayala, Silvia Maritza, 1993.
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27 10 Lopez, Raphael and Lenaida, 1993.
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27 11 Loya, Alfredo, 1993.
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27 12 Magallon, Antonio, 1993.
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27 13 Mendez-Ramos, Herma Lindo, 1993.
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27 14 Murillo, Alex, 1993.
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27 15 Navarro, Anthony, 1993.
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27 16 Nygryn-Chang, Ana Maria, 1993.
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27 17 Ramirez, Rosa, 1993.
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27 18 Rojas, Victor and Leticia, 1993.
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27 19 Santiago, Rosa, 1993.
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27 20 Serrano, Angel, 1993.
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27 21 Sotolong, Wilfredo, 1993.
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27 22 Stewart, Roberto, 1993.
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27 23 Tarrango, Lionel Contreras, 1993.
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27 24 Villegas, Rosa Maria, 1993.
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27 25 Acosta, Randy, 1994.
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27 26 Altamirano, Carlos, 1994.
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27 27 Bueno, Fidel, 1994.
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27 28 Calderon, Reynaldo, 1994.
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27 29 Cazares-Guerrero, Eduardo, 1994.
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27 30 Cordova, Josefina, 1994.
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27 31 Flores Cardenas, Fernando, 1994.
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27 32 Garcia-Jimenez, Cinthia Aline, 1994.
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27 33 Garcia-Jimenez, Janis Circe, 1994.
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27 34 Iniguez, Eric, 1994.
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27 35 Jimenez-Lopez, Aracely, 1994.
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27 36 Garcia, Manuel, 1994.
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27 37 Martinez, Francisco and Jorge, 1994.
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27 38 Martinez, Juan, 1994.
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27 39 Moreno de Griego, Elizabeth, 1994.
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27 40 Oliva, Juanita, 1994.
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27 41 Payan, Jesus, 1994.
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27 42 Rodriguez, Guillermo Zamora, 1994.
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27 43 Rodriguez-Jimenez, Luis, 1994.
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27 44 Salas, Paula, 1994.
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27 45 Sanchez, Rafael and Angela, 1994.
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27 46 Santiago, Jose Manuel, 1994.
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27 47 Tamayo, Maria, 1994.
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27 48 Torres, Gustavo, 1994.
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27 49 Torres, Roberto Alcala, 1994.
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27 50 Urbalejo, Edward, 1994.
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27 51 Yorba Family, 1994.
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27 52 Acuna and Torres, 1995.
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27 53 Armando, 1995.
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27 54 Arroyo, Abel, 1995.
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27 55 Beltran, Alberto, 1995.
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27 56 Chavez, Rosalia, 1995.
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27 57 Cortez-Guitierrez, Arturo, 1995.
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27 58 Estrada, Juan Carlos, 1995.
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27 59 Estrada, Rosa, 1995.
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27 60 Gonzales, Javier Balderas, 1995.
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27 61 Gonzalez, Omar, 1995.
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27 62 Graham, James and Betty, 1995.
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29 18 Frente Amplio Pro-Defensa del Migrante, 1997.
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30 18 Renteria Ontiveros, Hilario, 1998.
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30 23 Saldate, Juan Pedro Lopez, 1998.
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30 24 Vargas Cano, Jorge, 1998.
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30 25 Villatoro, (Peter) Osvaldo Soto, 1998.
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30 26 Documentation form for 1326B cases, 1998.
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30 27 Alvarado, Victor Hugo and Patricia, 1999.
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30 28 Andres, Benny Joseph, 1999.
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30 29 Barajas, Marco and Rolando, 1999.
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30 37 Esquer, Rosendo Gomez, 1999.
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30 39 Garcia Flores, Francisco Eduardo, 1999.
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30 43 Juarez and Santos Family, 1999.
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30 44 Juarez, Ricardo G., 1999.
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30 45 Luna, Blanca, 1999.
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30 46 Mahecha, Nelson Yeslo, 1999.
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30 47 Martinez, Francisco and Yvonne, 1999.
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30 48 Martinez, Jose Solorio, 1999.
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30 50 Martinez, Ruben H., 1999.
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30 52 Melecio, Saul, 1999.
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30 56 Olmos, Eliza, 1999.
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30 57 Olvera, Victor, 1999.
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30 59 Ponce, Maria Ilsa, 1999.
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30 60 Ortiz, Antonio Lopez, 1999.
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30 61 Picazo, Jorge, 1999.
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30 62 Ramirez, Aurelio Munoz, 1999.
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30 63 Raygoza-Rocha, Jose, 1999 - 2000.
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30 64 Rios-Pacheco, Carlos, 1999 - 2000.
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30 65 Rocio, Felix, 1999.
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30 66 Rodriguez, Carlos, 1999.

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31 21 Bluff's I condominium workers, 2000.
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31 22 Brown, Peter, 2000.
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31 23 Carlos, 2000.
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31 24 Carrillo, Jose Luis de la Torre, 2000.
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31 25 Castro, Juan, 2000.
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31 26 Ceja, Rafael, 2000.
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31 28 Corral, Miguel, 2000.
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31 29 Eduardo, Q., 2000.
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31 30 Edwin G., 2000.
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31 31 Ernesto, G., 2000.
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31 32 Fentanez, Alexander Roy, 2000.
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31 33 Flores, Alberto, 2000.
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31 35 Gerardo, Cirigo Carino, 2000.
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31 36 Gomez, Angela, 2000.
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31 48 Mireles, Carlos Paniagua, 2000.
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31 49 Moctezuma-Negrete, David, 2000.
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31 51 Osuna, Lucio, 2000 - 2001.
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31 52 Paniagua, Carlos, 2000.
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31 53 Q., Jose Luis, 2000.
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31 54 Quintero, Jose Demetrio Villalobos, 2000.
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31 56 Ramirez, Jesus Arturo, 2000.
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31 59 Reese, Yvonne, 2000.
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32 18 Miranda, Carlos Alberto, 2001.
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32 22 Duran Sanchez, Elvira, 2003.
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32 23 Milton, William, 2003.
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32 24 Identification documents.
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32 25 Undated.
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32 26 MC13203 Abuse case- Photographs- Unidentified.
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32 27 Miscellaneous abuse documentation forms, 1989.
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32 28 Miscellaneous abuse documentation forms, January-August, 1990.
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CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

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34 1 50th Anniversary of the International Declaration of Human Rights, San Diego, CA, December 10, 1998.
Roberto Martinez, "Human Rights and Border Issues", speaker.
34 2 Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP) Freshman Retreat, "Comfort My People", San Diego, CA, February 1, 1994.
Roberto Martinez, "Lives Committed to Social Change", panelist.
34 3 AFL-CIO Immigrant Workers' Rights Forum, Los Angeles, CA, June 10, 2000.
34 4 Agenda Border Strategy Group Pilgrimage Planning Meeting, Tucson, AZ, February 17-20, 2003.
Roberto Martinez, "Current Realities", panelist.
34 5 American Friends Service Committee 29th Annual Staff and Committee Retreat, Lock Leven, October 5-7, 1984.
34 6 American Friends Service Committee 30th Annual Staff and Committee Retreat, Pacific Palisades, CA, October 4-5, 1985.
34 7 American Friends Service Committee 31st Annual Staff and Committee Retreat, Pacific Palisades, CA, October 3-5, 1986.
34 8 American Friends Service Committee 32nd Annual Staff Committee Retreat, Pacific Palisades, 1987.
34 9 American Friends Service Committee 1,000 Gatherings in 100 Days, Justice for All, July 5-October 12, 1995.
34 10 American Friends Service Committee Annual Gathering for the Southern California Area, Pasadena, CA, May 14, 1994.
"Self Determination in California and Around the World", Roberto Martinez, "Legislative Initiatives Regarding the U.S. Mexico Border", presenter.
34 11 American Friends Service Committee Annual Meeting, March 10, 1984.
Roberto Martinez, "Immigration in the 80's", presenter.
34 12 American Friends Service Committee Border Strategy Meeting, Houston, TX, January 25-26, 1997.
34 13 American Friends Service Committee Border Strategy Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, January 16-17, 1994.
Roberto Martinez, "Xenophobia and Border Enforcement", presenter
34 14 American Friends Service Committee Call to Action, June 20-22, 1997.
National Days of Reflection on the Militarization of the Mexico-U.S. Border.
34 15 American Friends Service Committee Consultation on Immigration and Refugee Work, San Diego, CA, December 8-10, 1995.
Roberto Martinez, panelist.
34 16 American Friends Service Committee Consultation on Mexico, Burlington, NJ, November 6-9, 1997.
Roberto Martinez, participant.
34 17 American Friends Service Committee Consultation on Mexico, Burlington, NJ, November 6-9, 1997.
Maria Jimenez, "Binational and Regional Initiatives on Immigrants Rights", panelist.
34 18 American Friends Service Committee March on Washington for Dignity and Justice, Washington D.C., October 12, 1996.
34 19 American Friends Service Committee Program Staff Meeting and Annual Retreat, Pacific Palisades, October 6- 9, 1988.
"AFSC and the Challenge of Racism in a Multicultural Society", Roberto Martinez, "AFSC as a Vehicle for Racial Justice", panelist.
34 20 American Friends Service Committee Redford Delegation, Reford, TX, July 15-17, 1997.
35 1 Amnesty International USA Western Regional Conference, San Diego, CA, October 16-17, 1999.
"Human Rights in the New Millenium", Roberto Martinez, "Economic Globalization and Human Rights", panelist.
35 2 Annie E. Casey Foundation, "Rebuilding Communities" site visit, San Diego, CA, October 4, 1993.
35 3 Associacion de Municipios de Mexico, A.C., Subcomite de Migracion del Copladem, Tijuana, BC, November 14-15, 1997.
Congreso Nacional de Migracion.
35 4 Bi-National Exchange: Popular Perspectives on Mexico-U.S. Relations, Austin, TX, June 8-10, 1990.
35 5 Bi-National Symposium on Border Violence and Federal Law Enforcement Abuse, San Diego, CA, July 9, 1988.
35 6 Border Facilities: The Human Costs of a Militarized Border, Houston TX, March 14, 1996.
Background on AFSC- University of Houston Report "Migrant Deaths on the Texas-Mexico Border, 1985-1994".
35 7 Border Strategy Meeting- Policy statements, Phoenix, Arizona, January, 1994.
35 8 Border Summit, Tucson, Arizona, December 8-10, 2000.
"Building a Human Rights Movement: Immigration Policy".
35 9 Border Tribes Summit- 1st National Conference, October 15-21, 1989.
35 10 The Bridges and Barriers of Immigration Conference, University of San Diego, California, March 22-26, 1994.
Roberto Martinez, "Human Rights and Justice", panelist.
35 11 California Association of Human Relations Organizations (CAHRO) Symposium, San Diego, CA, July 20, 1999.
On community-police relations, Roberto Martinez, "Building Trust Between Communities and Police", presenter.
35 12 California Border Violence Delegation, San Diego, CA, February 6-8, 1991.
Roberto Martinez, "Accountability Issues in Immigration Law Enforcement", panelist.
35 13 California Border Violence Delegation Project Community Meeting, San Diego, CA, 1990 - 1991.
Roberto Martinez, welcome/introductions.
35 14 California Driver's License Restoration Public Hearing, San Diego, CA, February 17, 2000.
"Safe Drivers and Safe Roads", Roberto Martinez, "Impact on San Diego", speaker.
35 15 California Latino Legislative Caucus Legislative Hearing, Sacremento, CA, May 2, 1991.
"Latinos at a Crossroad- Challenges and Opportunities into the 21st Century", Roberto Martinez, Border Violence, presenter.
35 16 California School Boards Association 9th Annual Hispanic Caucus Conference, San Diego, CA, September 21-25, 1994.
"Moving Forward Into the Future- Adelante Con El Futuro", Roberto Martinez, "S.O.S./Proposition 187 and Immigration Issues, Strong Partnerships with Parents", presenter.
35 17 California Studies Association Twelfth Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, February 10-12, 2000.
"California's Future in the Millenium", Roberto Martinez, A Journey Through the Past, the Present, and Future of the Border Through Story, Song, and Analysis, panelist.
35 18 California Today Facing the Challenges of the 21st Century, Los Angeles, CA, January 14, 1995.
Environmental, Justice, Population, and the New Majority, Roberto Martinez, "Immigration, Population and the Environment", panelist.
35 19 The Center for Democratic Renewal's Conference, Atlanta, GA, March 24-26, 1995.
"Coming Together: A National Conference of Allies to Defend Diversity and Democracy", Roberto Martinez, Racism and Anti-Immigration, speaker.
35 20 The Center for Inter-American and Border Studies: The Facts of Border Violence, University of Texas, May 3-4, 1993.
Roberto Martinez, Methodology in Documenting Violence, panelist.
35 21 Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies University of California, San Diego Policy Workshop, San Diego, CA, January 12, 1994.
"Caring Capacity Versus Carrying Capacity: Community Responses to Mexican Immigration in San Diego's North County", Roberto Martinez, Human Rights and Criminal Justice, panelist.
35 22 Centro de Pastoral Migratoria Scalabrini, El Rostro Migrante de Dios, July 20-23, 1998.
"Un Taller de Pastoral Migratoria", Analisis Social y Reflexion Teologiea Sobre la Realidad Migratoria Casa del Migrante en Tijuana, A.C.
35 23 The Challenge for Human Rights: Confronting Immigration Law Enforcement Today, Los Angeles, CA, June 5-7, 1998.
Maria Jimenez, "Mexico Presente!", Challenging the Immigration Enforcement Mandate: Examining Long-Range Strategies, presenter.
35 24 Chicano and Latino Youth Leadership Project, Emerging Leadership: Ten Years of Excellence, July 20-27, 1991.
Roberto Martinez, Overview of Immigration Issues, panelist.
35 25 Critical Resistance: Beyong the Prison Industrial Complex, University of California, Berkeley, September 25-27, 1998.
A national conference and strategy session, Roberto Martinez, panelist.
35 26 "Day of the Dead" National Day of Action, Sunland Park, November 2, 2000.
The Silence of the Deceased Migrants Awakens God's People to Consciousness and Solidarity.
36 1 Engaging San Diego's Immigrant Communities: The Future is Now, University of San Diego, CA, June 17, 2003.
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, Christian Ramirez, Advocacy: Progress and Priorities, co-facilitator.
36 2 The Forgotten Refugees Campaign, Prayer and Candlelight Vigil for Justice, San Diego, CA, November 21, 2000.
Roberto Martinez, speaker.
36 3 Foro Binacional de Migracion: Amnistia y Programa Huesped, Tijuana, BC, August 24, 2001.
36 4 Foro Internacional, Las Fronteras Nacionales en el Umbral de Dos siglos, Mexico, July 24-28, 1991.
Roberto Martinez, 155 Years of Human and Civil Rights Violations on the U.S.-Mexico Border: A Challenge for the Nineties, panelist.
36 5 Fourth Annual University of California Chicano and Latino Convocation, San Diego, CA, February 15-16, 1991.
"Empowerment: Seize the Opportunity", Roberto Martinez, Border Issues, presenter.
36 6 Frente Indigena Oaxaqueno Binacional, Tijuana, BC, September, 1999.
Proyecto para la creacion del: Centro Comunitario para el Desarrollo de los Indigenas Residentes y Migrantes.
36 7 Human Rights and the North American Free Trade Agreement, University of California, Davis, September 24, 1993.
Roberto Martinez, panelist- International Migration.
36 8 Human Rights Watch Celebration Honoring International Human Rights Monitors, New York, NY, December 3, 1992.
Roberto Martinez, monitor.
36 9 Immigration Consultation, San Diego, May 29, 1997.
Roberto Martinez, presenter.
36 10 Immigration/Migration Network Social Justice Concentration Network Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 13-17, 1998.
36 11 Immigrant Rights in Transition, San Diego, CA, May 3-4, 1985.
A Training Conference for Attorneys, Legal Workers, and Community Representatives.
36 12 Impact of Immigration Reform on Border Communities Conference, University of San Diego, CA, December 8, 1986.
Roberto Martinez, presenter.
36 13 Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 14, 1996.
"Defending the Dignity of Immigrants", Roberto Martinez, panelist.
36 14 Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights Press Conference and Demonstration at the Border, San Diego, July 15, 1995.
36 15 Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights Statewide Meeting, San Luis Rey, CA, July 27-28, 1994.
36 16 International Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement, San Diego, September 29-October 2, 1992.
Eighth Annual Conference, Roberto Martinez, "Evaluating Oversight Mechanisms", panelist.
36 17 International Human Rights Law in a Changing World, Los Angeles, CA, June 4-5, 1993.
The Tenth Annual International Law Symposium, Roberto Martinez, "The Problem of Border Violence and its Remedies", speaker.
36 18 Joint Arizona and California Advisory Committee Forum, San Diego, April 16-17, 1993.
"On Border-Related Civil Rights Issues, United States Commission on Civil Rights", Roberto L. Martinez, presenter.
36 19 Joint Texas-New Mexico Advisory Committee Forum on Border-Related Civil Rights Issues, El Paso, TX, June 12, 1992.
36 20 Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LACLA) Conference, July 30-31, 1993.
Roberto Martinez, speaker, Includes speech notes.
36 21 Latino Educational Summit University of San Diego, CA, June 28, 1997.
37 1 Leadership Training Institute Session, "Strategies for Change: A Case Study", San Diego, CA, August 25, 1987.
Roberto Martinez, "Political Representation of the Latino Community and Equal Access to Justice Under the Law", presenter.
37 2 MALDEF Hagase Contar Multi-City Press Conference, San Diego, CA, March 30, 1999.
Roberto Martinez, speaker.
37 3 Master of Arts in Liberal Arts 1996 Free Public Lecture Series, San Diego State University, CA, June 26-31, 1996.
American Justice, Roberto Martinez, "Immigrant and Criminal Justice System", presenter.
37 4 Meetings with Consul General Hermilo Lopez-Bassols, San Diego, CA, August 4, 1988.
37 5 METRO Latino Educational Summit San Diego City College, CA, May 16, 1998.
37 6 Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan 21st Annual High School Conference, San Diego, CA, November 16, 1991.
37 7 Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan 22nd Annual Chicano High School Conference, 1992.
Roberto Martinez- "Border Issues" speaker.
37 8 The National Conference for Community and Justice March Board Meeting, Mission Bay Hilton, CA, March 17, 1999.
Roberto Martinez, "Contemporary San Diego/Tijuana, B.C. Border Issues", speaker.
37 9 National Coordinating Committee for Citizenship and Civic Participation- Plan de Tucson, December 3-4, 1994.
Coordinadora '96.
37 10 National Conference on Immigrants and Refugee Rights, Washington, D.C., March 28-29, 1985.
37 11 National Conference on Immigrants and Refugees Rights, New York City, NY, May 14, 1985.
37 12 National Day of Justice for Immigrants and Refugees, San Francisco, CA, October 19, 1985.
Roberto Martinez, speaker.
37 13 The National Lawyer Guild's 1998 Convention, Detroit, MI, October 25, 1998.
37 14 National Lawyer's Guild Civil Rights in the 90's: A New Agenda Forum, University of San Diego, CA, January 18, 1990.
Roberto Martinez, "Hate Crimes in San Diego", speaker.
37 15 National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Conference, Berkely, CA, October 27-28, 1990.
"Immigration Rights: A Civil Rights Issue for the 90's", Roberto Martinez, "Border Violence and the Rise of Anti-Immigration Activity", speaker.
37 16 National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights National Board Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, December 6-7, 1996.
37 17 Native Women's Association of Canada Press Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, July 31, 1992.
37 18 Open Wounds: Immigration, Human Rights and Border Art, Standord University, February 25, 1994.
Roberto Martinez, speaker.
37 19 Pacific Southwest Regional Community Gathering, Santa Barbara, CA, October 8-10, 1999.
"Moving Toward a New Millenium", Roberto Martinez, Who We Are and What We Do, panelist.
37 20 Palomar College Discussion on Immigration, San Marcos, CA, August 31, 1995.
Roberto Martinez, speaker.
37 21 Parent Involvement Task Force, San Diego, CA, March 10, 1998.
37 22 Pastors for Peace Public Information Forum, Hillcrest, CA, February 10, 1996.
37 23 La Posada Without Borders, San Diego, CA and Tijuana, B.C., December 16, 1995.
Roberto Martinez, speaker.
37 24 San Diego Citizens' Action and The San Diego Review May Day Humanity Awards, San Diego, CA, May 1, 1999.
Roberto Martinez, Human Rights, nominee.
37 25 San Diego Mesa College Visit, San Diego, CA, March 13, 2001.
Roberto Martinez, presenter.
37 26 San Diego State University Immigration Forum, December 2, 1993.
Roberto Martinez, speaker. Includes speech text.
37 27 San Diego Stop the FTAA Coalition and the Social Action Committee...Discussion and Forum, San Diego, April 20, 2001.
"The Free Trade Area of the Americas", Roberto Martinez, Human Rights and the Border, panelist.
37 28 San Diego Tijuana Border Lands, Problems and Prospects Public Forum, San Diego Mesa College, CA, April 17-18, 1992.
Roberto Martinez, "Political and Economic Issues", panelist.
37 29 Senate Select Committee on the California Legislature's Role in Global Trade Policy, San Diego, CA, October 18, 2000.
Public Hearing: NAFTA and the California-Mexico Border, Roberto Martinez, Human Rights, panelist.
37 30 Social Justice Focus Gathering, Chevy Chase, MD, October 30-November 3, 1996.
Roberto Martinez, coordinator.
38 1 Society for International Development (S.I.D.) San Diego/Tijuana Chapter, San Ysidro, CA, September 28, 1993.
Roberto Martinez, presenter.
38 2 Southern California American Friends Service Committee Retreat, Pasadena, CA, January 8, 1994.
38 3 Southwest Conference on United States Immigration Policy, Cal State Fullerton, CA, March 15-16, 1985.
Roberto Martinez, "Organizing to Stop Raids", panelist.
38 4 Special Meeting on Border Issues with Congressman Edward Roybal, San Diego County Administration, August 31, 1990.
Roberto Martinez, panelist- Border Region Non-Profit Advocacy and Monitoring Organizations.
38 5 Stamp Out Crime Council, Illegal Immigration and its Consequences Seminar, San Diego, CA, November 16, 1991.
38 6 Tomas Rivera Conference,-University of California, Riverside, April 22, 1988.
38 7 University of San Diego School of Law Presentation, San Diego, CA, February 14, 2001.
38 8 U.S.-Mexico Border Staff Meeting, Laredo, TX, May 16-17, 1985.
38 9 U.S.-Mexico Conflict Resolution Center, Migration Issues Dialogue, La Cruces, NM, September 5-7, 2000.
Roberto Martinez, participant.
38 10 War on the Homefront Conference, University of San Diego, April 29 and May 1, 1992.
Roberto Martinez, "Border Issues: Bridges and Fences", panelist.
38 11 Western Division, United States Commission on Civil Rights, El Paso, TX, May 18, 1991.
Roberto Martinez, panelist.
38 12 The White House Conference on Hate Crimes, Washington, DC, November 10, 1997.
Roberto Martinez, participant.

ILEMP (IMMIGRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT MONITORING PROJECT)

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38 13 Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP)- Mission Statement, 1988.
Includes project discriptions.
38 14 Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP), 1987 - 1989.
Includes correspondence, case files, and notes.
38 15 Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP), 1990.
Includes correspondence, case files, and reports.
38 16 Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP), 1991.
Includes correspondence and reports.
39 1 Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP), 1992.
Includes correspondence and reports.
39 2 Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (ILEMP), 1993 - 2001.
39 3 Abuse Report, 1995.
Compiled by Leticia Jimenez and Roberto Martinez.
39 4 Abuse Report, 1996.
Compiled by Leticia Jimenez and Roberto Martinez.
39 5 Abuse Report: Border Patrol and Police, 1995 - 1996.
Prepared for the National Days of Reflection, June 20-22, 1997 by Leticia Jimenez and Roberto Martinez.
39 6 Abuse Report: Complaints Filed Against the INS and the U.S. Border Patrol During the Year 1995- January 20, 1996.
Endorsed by the Refugee/Immigrant Rights Coalition.
39 7 BORDER FATALITIES: THE HUMAN COSTS OF A MILITARIZED BORDER, 1994.
39 8 AFSC Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project Border Strategy Meeting, Tucson, AZ, January 16-18, 1988.
39 9 Immigrant Rights are Human Rights- End of Year Abuse Report, July-December, 1998.
39 10 Immigration chronology, 1798 - 1985.
39 11 IN DEFENSE OF OUR DIGNITY AND RIGHTS- Berkeley, California, October 5-7, 1991.
A Special Report for the National Conference on Immigrant and Refugee Women.
39 12 Monitoring the Migra: A Borderwide Effort to Hold Immigration Police Accountable for Misconduct.
RACE, POVERTY, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A JOURNAL FOR SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, VOLUME VI, Number 2, Spring 1996.
39 13 Public Hearing on the North American Free Trade Agreement-Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, August 26, 1991.
Testimony presented by Maria Jimenez, Director, Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project.
39 14 Second annual report, Human Rights at the Mexico-U.S. Border.
39 15 Sealing Our Borders The Human Toll, Third Report of the Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project.
A project of the Mexico-U.S. Border Program.
39 16 Testimony presented by Maria Jimenez, Director, Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project, August 5, 1992.
Summary of testimony before U.S. House of Representatives.
39 17 Third report- "A Community's Response to the Violation of Human Rights...", Third draft, October 31, 1991.
39 18 Third Report: "The Law of Averages of Human Rights Violation in the U.S. Immigration Law Enforcement" November, 1991.
Fourth draft.
40 1 Third Report- "The Law of Averages: Human Rights Violations in U.S. Immigration Law Enforcement"- January, 1992.
Final draft.

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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40 2 American Civil Liberties Union. "Rights of Passage: Immigrants, Civil Liberties and Public Policy", April, 1994.
Immigrants' Right Project.
40 3 Americas Watch, A Division of Human Rights Watch. May 13, 1993.
"United States Frontier Injustice: Human Rights Abuses Along the U.S. Border with Mexico Persist Amid Climate of Impunity. Volume V. No. 4.
40 4 Amnesty International. "Rape and Sexual Abuse- Torture and Ill Treatment of Women in Detention", January, 1992.
40 5 Amnesty International. "United States of America: Human Rights Concerns in the Border Region with Mexico", 1999.
ILEMP mentioned.
40 6 Arizona Border Rights Coalition, "Arizona Border Rights Project".
40 7 Bailey, Stanley, Karl Esenbach, Jacqueline Hagan, Nestor Rodriguez, "Migrant Deaths at the Texas-Mexico Border, 1985 - 1994.
40 8 ASSESSMENT OF EMPLOYER SANCTIONS REPEAL EFFORTS IN CONGRESS, 1991.
40 9 Border Commission on Human Rights- "Statement of Principles", 1989.
40 10 BORDERLANDS- Orientation materials and readings, 1994.
40 11 Bustamante, Jorge A. "Northern Border: Police Impugnity"..
40 12 A CALL TO ACTION, AN ANALYSIS AND OVERVIEW OF THE UNITED STATES CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM- With recommendations.
40 13 CONCLUSIONS AND FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE CITY OF CARLSBAD, 1987.
Presented by the Immigration Study Task Force.
40 14 DECLARACION DE LAS ORGANIZACIONES DERECHOS HUMANOS DE LA FRONTERA.
Contains three draft versions.
40 15 DIEZ ANOS LUCHANDO PARA JUSTICIA EN EL SUR DE TEXAS PARA LOS MEXICO-AMERICANOS, May, 1982.
Un reporte especial del proyecto de sur de Texas de la fundcion de la Union Americana de derechos civiles.
40 16 Dunn, Tim and Jose Palafax. "Border Deportee Project and Militarization", 2000.
40 17 FINAL VALUE ENGINEERING SUMMARY OF PEDESTRIAN CROSSING ACCIDENTS ON INTERSTATES 5 AND 805.
40 18 FUNDACION PARA NINOS- Report, June-November, 1983.
41 1 Huspek, Michael. "Production of State, Citizen, and Capital: The Case of Operation Gatekeeper, 1997.
Roberto Martinez and Leticia Jimenez- Advisors.
41 2 JUST LIKE MULES: UNDOCUMENTED MEXICAN WORKERS IN THE U.S.- Typescript draft.
41 3 Koulish, Robert, Manuel Escobedo, Raquel Rubio- Goldsmith, and John Robert Warren. "Final Report...", May 23, 1994.
OF THE BORDER INTERACTION PROJECT: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF U.S. IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES AND BORDER COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH TUCSON, ARIZONA AND SOUTH TEXAS.
41 4 National Center for Immigrants' Rights. "Aliens' Rights to Public Benefits", 1984.
41 5 POLICE POLICIES AND PRACTICES: THE CASE OF THE BORDER PATROL.
41 6 PRESENCIA INNEGABLE: REFLEXIONES SOBRE EL PUEBLO INDOCUMENTADO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS.
41 7 PROPOSITION 174: AN ANALYSIS OF THE CALIFORNIA SCHOOL VOUCHER INITIATIVE, 1993.
By Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund.
41 8 PROYECTO SAN PABLO EL CENTRO IMMIGRANTS' RIGHTS PROJECT- Draft, 1992.
41 9 Remarks by Ambassador Andres Rozental, Deputy Foreign Minister of Mexico, August 13, 1994.
On occasion of the ceremony awarding the Aguila Azteca to Luis Valdes and Baldeman Velaquez, Los Angeles.
41 10 RESPONDING TO HATE VIOLENCE, REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION.
41 11 RESPONSE TO HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH REPORT, United States Attorney's Office Southern District of California.
41 12 Rocha, Martin Salvador. "Human Rights Abuse in the United Staes- Border Violence in the Hands of the INS", 1990.
41 13 Roth, Molly Lizbeth. "Women and Human Rights: New Definitions for Old Needs", 1989.
Richter Fellowship Project at the Instituto Interamericano de Derechos Humanos, San Jose, Costa Rica.
41 14 San Diego County Grand Jury. "Migrant Trespass"- Report, June 30, 1992.
41 15 San Diego County Immigration Alliance - Organizational report.
41 16 San Diego Dialogue- Report- Summary, April, 1994.
41 17 Selzer, Nathan and Marnie Brady. "Development of Abuse Documentation Methodologies", September, 1999.
Casa de Proyecto Libertad.
41 18 SERVICES DENIED, AN ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT IMMIGRATION DEBATE.
41 19 Testimony on Immigration and Naturalization Service Management Issues, March 25, 1992.
Submitted by Cecilia Munoz, National Council de la Raza.
41 20 Wolf, Daniel H. "The Rae and Parker Study of Undocumented Alien Fiscal Impacts...", December 1, 1983.
"Contribution or Concoction?".
41 21 WRITTEN TESTIMONY OF CITIZENS' ADVISORY PANEL DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE.

SUBJECT FILES

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42 1 Anti-immigration groups and politics.
42 2 Border Peace Patrol, 1991.
42 3 Carlsbad, California- "Operation Clean Sweep" raids, 1986.
Includes correspondence.
42 4 Chicano arte, 1983 - 1985.
Includes Noriega, Ramses. "Toward an Understanding of Chicano Art" and Cockcroft, Eva. "The Story of Chicano Park".
42 5 House Foreign Affairs Committee on Human Rights hearings, 1989.
Includes letter by Roberto Martinez and newspaper clippings.
42 6 Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986- Analysis, 1986 - 1987.
42 7 Laredo, Texas- Immigration and discrimination issues, 1982 - 1986.
42 8 LEMON GROVE REVIEW- KKK abuse, 1992.
42 9 Mark Day's "Both Sides of the Border" video proposal, 1995.
42 10 Farmworker photographs.
42 11 Migrant Housing Working Group, 1989 - 2001.
Includes California Rural Legal Assistance- Migrant Farmworker Project.
42 12 Morales, Ofelia WOO. "Estereotipos de los Migrantes Indocumentados, una Justificacion para la Violacion...".
42 13 National Day of Justice for Immigrants and Refugees, 1985 - 1986.
Includes committee notes and correspondence.
42 14 National Guard- Border patrol, 1995.
43 1 Operacion Dignidad, 1993.
Newspaper clipping booklets.
43 2 Oventic Aguascalientes II Middle School- Request to film school construction brigades, 1997.
43 3 Proposition 187 (S.O.S. Initiative), 1994- July, 1994.
43 4 Proposition 187 (S.O.S. Initiative), August 1994- February 1995.
43 5 San Diego Police Department undocumented detention policy, 1989 - 1991.
43 6 South Bay Driver's Association- Cab memo, 1993 - 1995.
43 7 Taxi cab driver harassment, 1985 - 2000.
Includes correspondence and meeting notes
43 8 Traficant Amendment (HR 3616), 1998.
43 9 United States Border Patrol/Immigration Naturalization Service- Testing complaint survey, 1997.
43 10 Welfare reform.
43 11 Women's abuse assistance agencies.

CENTRO DE ASUNTOS MIGRATORIOS (CAM)

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Correspondence

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44 1 Outgoing, September 1984-December 1988.
44 2 Outgoing, February-November, 1989.
44 3 Outgoing, January 1990-December 1991.
44 4 Outgoing, February 1992-September 1993.
44 5 Outgoing, August-December, 1994.
44 6 Outgoing, January-September, 1995.
44 7 Incoming, March 1983-December 1987.
44 8 Incoming, January 1988-December 1989.
44 9 Incoming, January-December, 1990.
44 10 Incoming, February-December, 1991.
44 11 Incoming, January-December, 1992.
44 12 Incoming, January-December, 1993.
45 1 Incoming, March-October, 1994.
45 2 Incoming, November 1994-February, 1996.
45 3 Incoming, January 1997-September, 2000.

Meeting minutes

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45 4 Advisory board meeting minutes, May 1994-July 1995.
45 5 Annual meeting minutes, April 1990-April 1993.
45 6 Board meeting minutes, August 1982-December 1989.
45 7 Board meeting minutes, February-November, 1990.
45 8 Board meeting minutes, January 1991-November 1992.
45 9 Board meeting minutes, December 1992-February 1993.
45 10 Board of director's meeting minutes, December 1981-December 1982.
45 11 Board of director's meeting minutes, January-December, 1983.
45 12 Board of director's meeting minutes, January-December, 1984.
45 13 Board of director's meeting minutes, January 1985-February 1993.
45 14 Staff meeting minutes, December, 1985 - 1987.
45 15 Staff meeting minutes, January-September, 1988.
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45 16 Chula Vista progress reports, November 1983-December 1984.
45 17 Chula Vista progress reports, January 1985-December 1988.
45 18 Chula Vista progress reports, January-December, 1989.
45 19 Chula Vista progress reports, January-December, 1990.
45 20 Chula Vista progress reports, January-December, 1991.
45 21 Chula Vista progress reports, January 1992-August 1995.
46 1 Director's reports, August 1988-November 1991.
46 2 Director's reports, May, 1992 - 1993.
46 3 El Centro progress reports, November 1981-December 1987.
46 4 El Centro progress reports, March-December, 1988.
46 5 El Centro progress reports, January-December, 1989.
46 6 El Centro progress reports, January-December, 1990.
46 7 El Centro progress reports, January-December, 1991.
46 8 El Centro progress reports, February 1992-December 1995.

Public relations

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46 9 Press releases, 1990.
46 10 Publicity brochures.

Grants and funding

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46 11 Boehm Foundation.
Grant request.
46 12 California Consumer Protection Foundation (CCPF), 1995.
46 13 Fannie Mae Foundation, 1995.
46 14 James Irvine Foundation, 1991 - 1994.
46 15 Presbyterian Synod of Southern California, 1990.
Funding request and correspondence.
46 16 Presbyterian World Service Program, 1993 - 1995.
Grant applications.
46 17 Rosenberg Foundation, 1984 - 1990.
Includes reports.
46 18 Sisters of the Precious Blood Fund for Women, 1993.
46 19 Southern California Conference of the United Church of Christ, 1985 - 1986.
46 20 Fund development proposals, 1989.
46 21 Fundraisers, 1984.
Includes notes.

Conferences and seminars

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47 1 Needs assessment seminar.
Includes drafts.
47 2 New Challenges for the Newly Legalized, University of San Diego, August 23, 1988.
Yolanda Gonzalez, participant.
47 3 Political agenda conference, September 23, 1989.
47 4 Political asylum training, 1988.
47 5 Press conference on INS abuse at detention facilities, El Centro, CA, 1990.
47 6 Seminar on Legal Problems of Immigrant Women.
Materials.
47 7 Technical Assistance Seminar: Innovative or Non-Traditional Ways of Providing Legal Services, 1995.
San Antonio, TX. Robin Wilson, participant.

General administrative

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47 8 Agreements, September 1988-September 1994.
47 9 Articles of Incorporation, 1982.
47 10 Bylaws, 1982.
47 11 Leases, December 1983-September 1990.
47 12 Memorandums, January 1982-November 1986.
47 13 Memorandums, 1987.
47 14 Memorandums, March 1989-August 1990.
47 15 Memorandums, March 1991-December 1993.
47 16 Memorandums, January 1994-January 1996.
47 17 Miscellaneous notes.
48 1 Office procedure manual.
48 2 Proposals, 1992.

Other projects

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48 3 Basic manual on immigration consumer fraud protection - Draft.
48 4 Citizenship Outreach and Immigration Services Coordination Program, 1995.
Progress reports
48 5 Esperanza para los Ninos, 1989 - 1993.
48 6 Family Fairness, 1990.
48 7 Imperial Valley Immigration Project, 1983 - 1986.
48 8 International Visitors Council of San Diego - US Foreign Policy Group Project for Honduras, 1991.
48 9 Linell Fromm - Strategic planning project - Draft, 1987.
48 10 Moakley-DeConcini Action Alert, 1989.
48 11 Proyecto San Juan - Subcontract for Women's Project, 1993.
48 12 Salvadolran Emergency Legal Assistance Project, 1995.
Sister Trudy's report.

Legal cases

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48 13 Aldape, Jesus Cuevas, 1989.
Motion for venue change.
48 14 Alvarez-Alvarez, Nery Rolando, 1986.
Appellant's brief.
48 15 Amaya-Lara, Jose Luis vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1985.
Petition for review.
49 1 Bonilla-Chachagua, Guillermo, 1986.
Appellant's brief.
49 2 Castro-Chavez, Carlos, 1985 - 1987.
Brief in support of appeal of the order of the immigration judge.
49 3 Centro Asuntos Migratorios case against Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1985.
Notice of motion and motion for non-refoulement and memorandum of points and authorities in support thereof.
49 4 Coria Dominguez, Miguel Angel, 1983.
Pretrial brief.
49 5 Falcon, Robles, 1989.
Notice of motion to reopen and reconsider and notice of motion to stay deportation.
49 6 Garcia-Rodriguez, Maria Martha, 1987.
Appellant's brief.
49 7 Giron-Alejandrez, Ignacio, 1988.
Immigration appeals.
49 8 Gomez-Burgos, Luis Enrique, 1986.
In deportation proceedings.
49 9 Gonzalez, Jose Oscar, 1985.
Appellant's brief.
49 10 Gordillo-Gonzalez Bulamaro and Maria Olea de Gordillo, 1984.
Appellant's brief.
49 11 Immigration and Naturalization Service vs. Espectacion Bocanos-Hernandez, 1984 - 1987.
Deportation proceedings appeal.
49 12 Leyva de Herrera, Eulalia, 1989.
Request for deferred action pursuant to request to grant stay of deportation.
49 13 Lopex-Garcia, Antonio Armindo, 1984.
Notice of motion for continuance.
49 14 Lopez-Martinez, Manuel Antonio, 1984.
Motion for change of venue.
49 15 Lozano-Argueta, Jorge Esteban vs. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1986.
Petitioner's motion to hold case in abeyance pending application for amnesty.
49 16 Martinez-Sanchez, Santos Carlos, 1985.
49 17 Mendez, Efrain Antonio, 1986.
49 18 Merino-Ouijada, Oswaldo, 1985.
Deportation proceedings.
49 19 Montes de Espinoza, Maria, 1988.
Brief in support of appeal from denial of application for temporary resident status.
49 20 Noriega, Martin Jaime, 1989.
Trial memorandum in support of suspension of deportation relief.
49 21 Quisbert-Chambi, Marcelo, 1986.
Notice of motion.
49 22 Rodriguez, Raul Hernandez, 1985.
Motion to withdraw as representative.
49 23 Salgado, Victor Albert Sandoval, 1992.
In deportation proceedings.
49 24 Zelaya, Merlo de Jesus Reyes, 1991.
In deportation proceedings.
49 25 Weekly reports, 1986.
50 1 Barba, Carlos Raul, 1977.
Restrictions Apply
50 2 Carillo, Elfego Castro, 1991.
Restrictions Apply
50 3 Croce-Gutierrez, Federico, 1988.
Restrictions Apply
50 4 Gastelum de Perez, Victoria, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
50 5 Leyva, Jorge Anthony, 1994.
Restrictions Apply
50 6 Navarro de Sanchez, Socorro Alicia, 1983.
Restrictions Apply
50 7 Quintero-Mota, Alicia, 1992.
Restrictions Apply
50 8 Quiroz, Alejandro Velazco, 1984.
Restrictions Apply
50 9 Simon-Lucas, Simon Esteban, 1991.
Restrictions Apply
50 10 Zambrano vs. Internal Naturalization Service, 1989 - 1990.
Restrictions Apply
50 11 Bond cases, 1985 - 1987.
Restrictions Apply
50 12 Bond fund requisitions, 1984 - 1988.
Restrictions Apply
50 13 Closed.
Restrictions Apply
50 14 Documents, May-March, 1983.
Restrictions Apply
50 15 Documents, July 1984-January 1992.
Restrictions Apply
50 16 Open, 1988 - 1991.
Restrictions Apply
50 17 Hearing schedules, December 14, 1991-May 29, 1992.
Restrictions Apply
50 18 Hearing schedules, June 18, 1992-June 10, 1993.
Restrictions Apply
51 1 Hearing schedules - El Centro, June, 1986-April, 1990.
Restrictions Apply
51 2 Loss of citizenship.
Restrictions Apply
51 3 Monthly reports - El Centro, July-November, 1987.
Restrictions Apply
51 4 Review and acceptance - El Centro, March-June, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 5 SDITIF client list, July 1991-August 1992.
Restrictions Apply
51 6 Translations - Extraction of birth certificates, 1994 - 1995.
Restrictions Apply

Abuse and complaint case files - Intake sheets

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51 7 January, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 8 February, 1986.
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51 9 March, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 10 April, 1986.
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51 11 May, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 12 June, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 13 July, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 14 August, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 15 September, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
51 16 October, 1986.
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52 1 November, 1986.
Restrictions Apply
52 2 December, 1986.
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52 3 January, 1987.
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52 4 February, 1987.
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52 5 March, 1987.
Restrictions Apply
52 6 April, 1987.
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52 7 July-December, 1987.
Restrictions Apply
52 8 January, 1988.
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52 9 1994.
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52 10 April 1995-February 1996.
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52 11 Undated, A-Z.
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52 12 Intake sheets - reports, 1995.
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Abuse and complaint case files - Receipt books

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52 13 1990-1993.
Restrictions Apply
52 14 1995.
Part 1.
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53 1 1995.
Part 2.
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53 2 1995.
Part 3.
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53 3 Without intake files, 1995.
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53 4 1996.
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53 5 Undated.
Restrictions Apply

CHICANO FEDERATION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY

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Correspondence

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54 1 Outgoing, 1981 - 1986.
54 2 Incoming, 1979 - 1982.

Conferences and seminars

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54 3 Conference on Law and Justice - Organization materials, 1982.
Organized by the Chicano Federation Law and Justice Committee. Includes press releases and correpondence by Roberto Martinez.
54 4 East County Mini-conference on Issues and Services to the Hispanic Chicano Community, July 25, 1981.
Organized by Chicano Federation.
54 5 Hispanic Leadership Training Program, 1983.
Organized by Chicano Federation and San Diego City College Chicano Studies Department.
54 6 Latino Summit 2000 - Draft of preface compedium, 1990.
54 7 Latino Summit 2000, San Diego, February 3, 1990.
Roberto Martinez, Steering Committee. Part 1.
54 8 Latino Summit 2000, San Diego, February 3, 1990.
Roberto Martinez, Steering Committee. Part 2.
54 9 La Raza Forum, 1983.
Organized by the Chicano Federation.
54 10 Union del Barrio organization retreat, 1984.
Includes agenda, correspondence, and newsletters.

General administrative

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54 11 Attacks on Vista, California bars, 1984.
Roberto Martinez file.
54 12 East County Community - Sheriff's relations, 1981 - 1982.
54 13 Editorial (SAN DIEGO UNION) Response, December 31, 1982.
54 14 General immigration information.
54 15 Guest worker program - Information request responses, 1981.
54 16 Law and Justice Committee, 1983.
54 17 Mayor's Hispanic Advisory Committee - Meeting minutes, July 19, 1985.
54 18 North County Chicano Federation regional delegate community file, 1977.
Includes board meeting minutes, certifications, and need assessment plans.
54 19 Omnibus Immigration Control Act, 1982.
Presented by Peter W. Rodino and handwritten draft letter by Yolanda Gonzalez.
54 20 Project Praxis - General funding grant application, 1980.
Submitted to the campaign for Human Development.
54 21 Publicity materials, 1981 - 1982.
Includes press statements, brochures, and flyers.
54 22 Reports from Robert Nava, Specialist Orange County Human Resources Committee, 1982.
Police Community Relations Committee
54 23 Quarterly reports, 1982 - 1992.
Includes immigration committee and employment resources committee.
54 24 San Diego Police Department - Community Relations Community, 1982 - 1983.
Includes meeting minutes and correspondence.
54 25 Serra Cooperative Library system - Latino Services Project, 1982.
55 1 Solar "14" labor issue, 1983.
55 2 Staff meeting agenda, 1979 - 1984.

Legal cases

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55 3 Eden Gardens community harassment and case, 1974.
55 4 Lopez, Teodora vs. Netali Placencia, et al, October 15, 1974.
Includes examples of similar cases.

Abuse and complaint case files

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56 1 Anonymous, 1977.
Restrictions Apply
56 2 Alegre, Willie P., February 11, 1983.
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56 3 Cabrera, Miguel Cruz, 1985.
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56 4 Carrillo, Emma, February 13, 1979.

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56 5 Castellano-Alvardo, Juan Carlos, 1983.
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56 6 Cerda, Martin and Alex, February 10, 1985.
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56 7 Dohl, Charles - Lawsuit involving Escondido Police Department, 1982.
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56 8 Guzman, Leticia, January 9, 1985.
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56 9 Hernandez, Richard George, April 25, 1985.
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56 10 Lopez, Alejandro, June 29, 1983.
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56 11 Lopez, Jesus Omar, July 21, 1984.
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56 12 Lopez, Jose Jesus, February 23, 1985.
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56 13 Lopez, Jose Santana, April 7, 1985.
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56 14 Mendoza, Jaime Garcia, October 2, 1986.
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56 15 Ortiz, Reyes Felipe, March 31, 1981.
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56 16 Palma, Jose Ramon, 1984.
Letter in support of passport.
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56 17 Parra, Martha, 1979.
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56 18 Perez, Rufugio, June 28, 1978.
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56 19 Perez, Susan, October 28, 1982.
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56 20 Prieto, Elizabeth, March 31, 1981.
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56 21 Salazar, Enrique Agustin, May 12, 1984.
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56 22 Sandoval family incident, January 23, 1982.
Includes complaint forms and reports.
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56 23 Torres, Antonio Magallon, October 8, 1984.
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56 24 Varela, Mauricio and Daniel, 1982.
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56 25 Velaquez, Ricardo Espinosa, May 19, 1984.
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56 26 Summaries and complaint logs, 1982 - 1983.
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56 27 Escondido police brutality complaints, 1982.
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56 28 Open complaints against police and sheriff's department, 1982 - 1986.
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56 29 Miscellaneous, 1985 - 1991.
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COALITION FOR LAW AND JUSTICE

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57 1 Coalition for a Just Immigration Policy, 1982 - 1984.
57 2 Correspondence, 1985 - 1991.
57 3 Meeting minutes, 1985 - 1987.
57 4 Press release and organizational documents, 1984 - 1990.
57 5 Organization retreat, University of San Diego, January, 18, 1985.
57 6 Retreat, San Diego, August 5, 1989.
Roberto Martinez, speaker.
57 7 San Diego Legal Defense Center (Centro para y Justicia) - Draft proposals, June, 1986.
57 8 San Diego Police Department and Immigration Naturalization Service Cooperation, 1985.
Policies and information. Includes "Outline of Education Packet for Delegations to City Council".
57 9 Abuse complaint case files, 1985 - 1991.
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RELATED ORGANIZATIONS

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58 1 American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego County and Imperial Counties - Bylaws.
Roberto Martinez, San Diego chapter board of directors.
58 2 American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego County and Imperial Counties - Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1988 - 1991.
Roberto Martinez, San Diego chapter board of directors.
58 3 American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego County and Imperial Counties - Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1992.
Roberto Martinez, San Diego chapter board of directors.
58 4 American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego County and Imperial Counties - Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1993.
Roberto Martinez, San Diego chapter board of directors.
58 5 American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego County and Imperial Counties - Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1994 - 1996.
Roberto Martinez, San Diego chapter board of directors.
58 6 American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego County and Imperial Counties - Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1997 - 2001.
Roberto Martinez, San Diego chapter board of directors.
58 7 American Friends Service Committee - Third World Coalition - Correspondene, 1997 - 2001.
58 8 Border Related Issue Task Force - San Diego Assocation of Governments - Correspondence, 1989 - 1993.
Roberto Martinez, member.
59 1 California Latino Civil Rights Network (CLCRN), 1994.
Roberto Martinez, Statewide Steering committee member.
59 2 Coalición Pro-Derechos de la Raza - Raza Rights Coalition - Meeting minutes, 2002.
59 3 Coalition for Civil Rights, 1993 - 1997.
Roberto Martinez, Southern California coalition member.
59 4 Coalition for Humane Immigration Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) - Meeting minutes, 1989 - 1994.
Roberto Martinez, Steering Committee member.
59 5 Committee on Rules, Legislation, and Intergovernmental Relations - Meeting agenda, 1986 - 1989.
Involves H.R. bill 3080 (Rodino/Mazzoli) on immigration reform. Roberto Martinez, member.
59 6 Escuela de Ministerios.
Roberto Martinez, student participant.
59 7 Fair Employment and Housing Commission - Hearings, 1984 - 1985.
Roberto Martinez, participant.
59 8 Good Neighbor Environmental Board, 1994.
Roberto Martinez, member.
59 9 Grupo de Mujeres X - Reunion meeting minutes, 1991.
59 10 Human Relations Commission Working Group, 1992 - 1996.
Roberto Martinez, participant.
59 11 Human Rights Watch - Americas Watch, 1992 - 1993.
Roberto Martinez, collaborator.
60 1 Immigration Alliance of San Diego County, 1994 - 1995.
Roberto Martinez, member.
60 2 Internationalization of the Economy; Impact on Responses from Working People of Color, October 1, 1992.
Meeting minutes. Roberto Martinez, participant.
60 3 Labor and Immigrant Perspectives, 1989.
Meeting minutes. Primitivo Rodriguez, participant.
60 4 Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) - Border Violence Team Ligitation Strategies, 1991 - 1995.
Includes correspondence, agenda, and notes. Roberto Martinez, participant.
60 5 Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) - Voting Rights Task Force, 1991.
Meeting minutes.
60 6 National Council de la Raza - Police practices, 1983.
Includes "Commission on Crime Control and Violence Prevention" review and "Final Report of the Police Use of Deadly Force in Hispanic Communities Research Project".
60 7 National Network for Immigration and Refugee Rights - Meeting minutes, 1990 - 2000.
Roberto Martinez, board member.
60 8 Project on Youth and Non-military Opportunities (Project YANO), 1990 - 1997.
Roberto Martinez, board of advisors.
60 9 Renovación Carismática Hispana - Meeting minutes, 1980.
Roberto Martinez, participant.
60 10 San Diego Civil Rights Working Group, 1992 - 1998.
Roberto Martinez, member.
61 1 San Diego Coalition for Equality - Meeting minutes, 1995.
Roberto Martinez, board of directors.
61 2 San Diego County Office of Education - Latin Advisory Committee - Meeting minutes, 1991 - 1996.
Roberto Martinez, member.
61 3 San Diego Community College District Advisory Committee, 1987 - 1993.
Roberto Martinez, trustee.
61 4 San Diego Immigration Law Coalition - Meeting minutes, 1987 - 1988.
Roberto Martinez, member.
61 5 Save Our Cities! Save Our Children! Peace Dividend - San Diego Coalition Steering Committee, 1992.
61 6 Spanish Speaking Executive Commission of the Diocese of San Diego, 1978.
Roberto Martinez, chairman. Includes meeting minutes.
61 7 Spanish Speaking Executive Commission of the Diocese of San Diego, 1978.
Roberto Martinez, chairman. Includes correspondence and conference materials.
61 8 Miscellaneous organizations.
Includes meeting minutes.


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