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Abstract

Papers of Herman Baca, prolific Chicano activist, political organizer, printer, and longtime chairman and one of several founders of the Committee on Chicano Rights (CCR). Baca is known for his community-based grassroots organizing, especially for civil rights and political and judicial equality. Formed and based in National City, California, CCR operates by volunteer membership and was organized to strive for human, civil, and constitutional rights for the Chicano community. CCR has also organized several events and community protests, including the Chicano National Immigration Tribunal (1981). Baca was an organizer for the Mexican-American Political Association (1968-1974) and La Raza Unida Political Party, among others. He is also the founder and owner of Aztec Printing, a print shop in National City. The papers contain a biographical series that includes newspaper articles of interviews, quotes, editorial writings, and written pieces about Baca and the Baca family, in addition to several community recognitions awarded to Baca. The papers contain subject files, research materials, and newspaper clippings (1964-2006) related to current issues on immigration, border conflicts, police brutality, discrimination, and community events; conference materials both attended and organized by Herman Baca, in and around the Southern California/Tijuana area; court litigation case documentation; and writings of others on issues of immigration, citizenship, social economics, and migration analysis. The collection also contains both a large audio and visual component including recordings of testimonies of the Chicano National Immigration Tribunal; posters of events; Chicano artworks including original illustrations by David Avalos and working production files of Aztec Printing related to Baca's activism. The photograhs series contains black-and-white and color photographs of individuals such as César Chávez, Bert Corona, and Herman Baca, and CCR organized events: Chicano National Immigration Tribunal (1981), Unity March Against the KKK (1977) and the National Protest March Against the Carter Curtain (1979).

Biography

Herman Baca was born to Nicholas and Eloisa Carrasco Baca on April 5, 1943, in Los Lentes, New Mexico, a small agricultural community outside of Los Lunas. When he was eleven years old, his family moved to National City, California, where Baca attended Sweetwater Union School District schools through high school. Starting in the printing trade business after high school, he worked in a few local shops before opening his own private business, Aztec Printing, in 1969.

With the emerging Chicano movement in the 1960s, Baca became involved in local electoral politics with a Chicano perspective. His father's (Nicholas Baca) participation in New Mexico's intense electoral politics influenced his development and transformation in California from a believer in the two-party political system into an independent Chicano activist committed to self-determination and human rights.

Having previously worked as a block captain for the 1968 Richard Nixon presidential campaign, Baca organized the National City chapter of the statewide Mexican-American Political Association (MAPA) in 1968 and served as its president and southern region director until 1974. Despite the opposition of the local Democratic Party, Baca successfully managed Peter Chacon's primary election bid to win a seat to the California State Assembly; Chacon went on to author the state's bilingual education bill. Baca also managed the campaign of Ben Moreno, elected as a Southwestern Community College trustee, as well as other Chicano candidates.

In 1970, prompted by the lack of Chicanos represented by either the Republican or the Democratic parties, Baca organized the San Diego County chapter of La Raza Unida Party, a national third-party effort to increase the participation of the Chicano commmunity as both registered voters and political candidates. That same year, he served as the Southern California representative to the National Congreso de la Raza Unida, the party's national convention. Also in the early 1970s, while chairman of the board of "War on Poverty" programs such as the Mexican American Advisory Committee, now the Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee (MAAC), and NEPSI, a narcotics education and prevention program, Baca organized and served as the chairman of the board of Casa Justicia, a community-based social service agency providing support for undocumented persons dealing with immigration issues.

Not long after working on Peter Chacon's campaign, Baca helped organize the Ad Hoc Committee on Chicano Rights, representing thirty-two organizations in the Chicano community, with a purpose to address issues affecting the Chicano communities' civil and constitutional rights.

Finally in 1975, in reaction to the co-option of the government-funded community organizations by the traditional political apparatus, he reorganized the Ad Hoc Committee as the Committee on Chicano Rights (CCR). With Baca as its chairman, the CCR established itself as a community-based, non-profit, non-government funded, volunteer membership organization committed to developing social and political awareness in the Chicano/Mexicano/Latino communities.

Herman Baca currently operates Aztec Printing, resides in National City, and continues to address issues and be involved in local politics within the community, representing the Committee on Chicano Rights.

Herman Baca Timeline:

1943 Born and raised in Los Lentes, New Mexico

1954 Moved with family to National City, California

1961 Graduated from Sweetwater Union High School, National City

1968 Organized the National City Chapter of a statewide political organization, the Mexican-American Political Association (MAPA) and served as president and Southern Region organizer until 1974

1969 Organized Peter Chacon's successful primary election campaign for California State Assembly

1969 Established private business, Aztec Printing in National City

1970 Served as San Diego County organizer for the La Raza Unida Party, a Mexican-American national third-party, and acted as the Southern California representative to the National Congreso de La Raza Unida, its national convention

1970 Served as chair of the board for community organizations such as MAAC and NEPSI, a narcotics education and prevention program

1970 Organized and served as chair of the board at Casa Justicia, a community based social service agency supporting undocumented persons dealing with immigration issues

1970 Chaired the Ad-Hoc Committee on Chicano Rights, representing thirty-two organizations in the Chicano community

1972 Casa Justicia co-organized a Los Angeles march of 10,000 undocumented workers protesting the California Legislature's Dixon/Arnett Immigration Bill

1973 Organized a 500-person picket at the San Diego County jail, protesting Sheriff Duffy's order to taxicab drivers to report suspected "illegal alien" passengers

1975 Organized a 2000-person march in National City protesting a National City police officer's shooting and killing of an unarmed Latino youth, Luis "Tato" Rivera

1975 Organizer and founding chairman of the Committee on Chicano Rights (CCR), a community based, non-profit, non-government funded, volunteer membership organization based on the principal of self-determination and dedicated to protecting the civil, constitutional, and human rights of the Chicano community

1975 CCR organized a recall of National City mayor and city council for their failure to address the murder of Tato Rivera

1977 CCR organized a 10,000 person unity march at the US-Mexico border protesting the Ku Klux Klan's planned apprehensions of undocumented Mexicans

1979 CCR organized a Chicano National Immigration Conference, representing 200 national organizations, followed by a memorial march of 4000 community members at the US/Mexico border

1981 CCR organized the Chicano National Immigration Conference Tribunal in San Diego, attended by major Chicano leaders to document the violence and brutality against person of Mexican ancestry. A 1,000 page document was delivered to the President of Mexico and to the Reagan administration

1983 CCR organized a 3,000 person "17 Mile Walk for Rights" from San Diego to the US/Mexico border protesting Congress's Simpson/Mazzolli Immigration bill

1984 CCR organized a rally to stop the National City Police Department from enforcing federal immigration laws

1985 CCR organized a rally protesting the INS policy of arresting, incarcerating and deporting minor age children

1986 CCR organized a protest of San Diego County Supervisor Susan Golding's utilization of police reports against undocumented immigrants

1987 CCR assisted Native Americans in opposition to the canonization of Father Junipero Serra

1988 Opposition to the 1987 Congressional approval of the Simpson/Rodino Immigration Act

1989 Protested the San Diego County Jail abuse of inmates

1990 Opposed talk show host Roger Hedgecock's campaign to encourage his supporters involvement in a "Light up the Border" effort at the US/Mexico border

1991 Assisted National City's Filipino community seeking redress for police harassment

1993 Opposed Senator Barbara Boxer's proposal to utilize California National Guard at the US/Mexico border to stop illegal immigrants

1994 Organized a campaign and boycott against San Diego's NFL Chargers football team for naming their defensive line the "Border Patrol"

1997 Campaigned against a Sierra Club's anti-immigration vote

1998 Addressed through press release the 150th anniversary of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

1999 Organized a political campaign regarding inferior education by Sweetwater Unified School District

2000 Campaigned against the US Census Bureau's labeling of Chicano/Mexico/Latinos as white

2003 Organized campaigns against National City's mayor and city council for failing to carry out voter mandates

Scope and Content of Collection

The papers of Herman Baca, a National City, California, Chicano rights activist and prominent member of the Mexican-American community, document the contributions and accomplishments made by Herman Baca and the Committee on Chicano Rights. Since the 1960s, Herman Baca has been educating and representing the Chicano community and the rights of undocumented immigrants by means of organizing protests, encouraging self-determination, and defending human rights. The papers embody the organizational elements of the Committee on Chicano Rights, the Mexican-American Political Association, and La Raza Unida Political Party in the form of meeting minutes, correspondence, press releases, writings, membership materials, and articles of incorporation and bylaws. Biographical materials illustrate both Herman Baca's efforts as an individual and his work as a business owner, the latter reflected in the Aztec Printing production files; subject files; legal case documentation; conferences and events both organized and attended; writings of others; a visual component including videorecordings, photographs, individual artist's work and Chicano movement art, and a large portion of newspaper clippings dated 1964-2006.

The papers are arranged in fifteen series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 2) COMMITTEE ON CHICANO RIGHTS (CCR), 3) MEXICAN-AMERICAN POLITICAL ASSOCIATION (MAPA), 4) LA RAZA UNIDA POLITICAL PARTY, 5) SUBJECT FILES, 6) COURT CASE FILES, 7) CONFERENCES AND EVENTS, 8) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 9) VIDEORECORDINGS, 10) PHOTOGRAPHS, 11) AZTEC PRINTING PRODUCTION FILES, 12) CHICANO ART, 13) CHICANO MOVEMENT ART, 14) NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1964-2006, and 15) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series is arranged in eight subseries: A) Interviews, B) Quotes, C) Writings, D) Awards, E) Miscellaneous Activist Organizations, F) Subject Files, G) Baca Family, and H) Telephone Memo Books and Calendars.

A) In the interviews subseries, arranged alphabetically by organization, are photocopies of Herman Baca interviews published in La Prensa, El Dia, El Foro Del Pueblo, El Gallo, and National City Star News newspapers, as well as by an individual researcher and on a KCST-TV program entitled Undocumented Mexican Visitors.

B) The Quotes subseries contains photocopies of newspapers and serials where Herman Baca is quoted and is arranged by date.

C) The Writings subseries contains various writings authored by Herman Baca including opinion articles for newspapers, editorials, letters to editor, and position papers. The files are arranged by title.

D) In the Awards subseries are various honors received from 1977-2006, including the City of San Jose "Key to Our City" (1977) and the Congreso para Pueblo Unidos - Hispanic of the Year Award (1980). The awards are arranged alphabetically by awarding organization.

E) The Miscellaneous Activist Organizations files document activist organizations that Baca collaborated with from 1971 to 1980. Baca was chairman of CASA Justicia (1973-1977), an organization directly working toward the needs of the Mexican permanent residents; Narcotics Prevention and Education Systems, an organzation formed for the prevention of drug addiction and for narcotics rehabilitation through education; and Adelante, a community newspaper with content of interest to San Diego's Spanish speaking community. Baca also actively worked with the Greater San Diego Chapter of the American G.I. Forum, formed to address the needs of Mexican-American veterans, and as a member of the San Diego County Immigration, Law and Justice Subcommittee. The materials include correspondence, meeting minutes, conference materials, and are arranged alphabetically by organization.

F) The Subject Files subseries, arranged alphabetically, comprises specific subject-based documentation either biographical or events directly relating to Herman Baca including the Celebration of the Chicano Archives on July 15, 2006. Materials include biographical articles, legal documentation including the FBI surveillance file copy on Herman Baca, speaking arrangements, and clippings related to the Aztec Printing hate crime attack incident in 1995.

G) The Baca Family subseries contains newspaper articles about the Baca Family. Several folders refer to Mark Baca, Herman Baca's son.

H) The Telephone Memo Books and Calendar subseries is arranged chronologically by date and reflects phone message logs for the Committee on Chicano Rights and Aztec Printing.

SERIES 2: COMMITTEE ON CHICANO RIGHTS (CCR)

The COMMITTEE ON CHICANO RIGHTS (CCR) was established in 1975 to formally address issues within the Chicano community. Run entirely on volunteer and member support, CCR was founded as a non-profit corporation to develop and improve the educational, social, and economic conditions of Chicanos by encouraging participation in educational, community, and civic affairs. The files include articles of incorporation and bylaws; incoming and outgoing correspondence; membership documents; public relations materials; meeting minutes, and fundraising materials. The series is arranged in six subseries: A) Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, B) Correspondence, C) Membership, D) Publicity, E) Administrative, and F) Fundraising.

A) The Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws subseries for the Committee on Chicano Rights describes the statement of purpose, official rules and regulations for the organization. The documents include drafts and annotations.

B) The Correspondence subseries is arranged chronologically and documents incoming and outgoing correspondence, mainly generated by Herman Baca, 1970-2003.

C) The Membership subseries represent CCR membership- related documents including member lists, official membership criteria, applications, and registration. The subseries is arranged alphabetically.

D) The bulk of the Publicity files is press releases and drafts of responses to issue proposals. The Committee on Chicano Rights communicated the organization's position primarily visual and written press releases. Other materials include brochures, the CCR newsletter, and press and media contact lists. The subseries is arranged alphabetically.

E) The Administrative files, arranged alphabetically, contain CCR organizational meeting minutes, the organizational history draft, and various notes, as well as a copy of the court case file Herman Baca and CCR brought against the United States Department of Justice.

F) The Fundraising files, arranged alphabetically, contain general fund request correspondence and materials involving the "Walk for Rights" fundraiser campaign to defeat the Simpson/Mazzoli Immigration Plan. Also included are grant proposal materials submitted to the General Commission on Religion and Race.

SERIES 3: MEXICAN-AMERICAN POLITICAL ASSOCIATION (MAPA)

The MEXICAN-AMERICAN POLITICAL ASSOCIATION (MAPA) was founded in 1960, in Fresno, California, to educate and represent constitutional, democratic, and political principles to the Mexican and Latino communities of the United States of America. Herman Baca became a member of MAPA in 1968 and organized a local National City chapter; soon thereafter he became the Southern Region Director (Counties of Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego), serving until 1974. The series is arranged in six subseries.

A) The Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws subseries combines the official documents from the State of California, Southern Region constitution and proclamation, and National City Rights of Incorporation charter into one collection.

B) The Correspondence subseries contains incoming letters to Herman Baca, representing the National City chapter, and outgoing correspondence generated by the National City Chapter and Southern Region affiliates. Baca's resignation letter as chairman and county director is also present. The subseries is arranged alphabetically.

C) The Membership files contain member cards, duties, and lists of the Southern region members.

D) The MAPA Newsletter collection, arranged alphabetically by title, contains issues from the Oakland Chapter, San Diego County Council Chapter, and the State of California.

E) The Publicity subseries, arranged alphabetically, comprises newspaper clippings, political candidate endorsements, and press releases.

F) The Administrative subseries documents meeting minutes for the Southern Region chapter and also contains related writing by members on various issues.

SERIES 4: LA RAZA UNIDA POLITICAL PARTY

The LA RAZA UNIDA POLITICAL PARTY was established as an independent, third-party political community organization dedicated to the struggle of the Chicano people. In California, La Raza Unida was first organized in the Bay Area, taking a radical stance, emphasizing working class issues and Chicano-Mexicano ideas. Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales helped shape the party from Colorado; while in Texas, under the leadership of José Angel Gutiérrez, the party continued to grow and eventually combined with a national office in New Mexico. The First La Raza Unida National convention was held in 1972, featuring Chicano leaders César Chávez, Reyes López Tijerina, José Angel Gutiérrez, and Corky Gonzales.

Herman Baca became involved with La Raza Unida in 1970, serving as San Diego County organizer and Southern California representative to the National Convention. The collection of La Raza Unida materials documents Baca's involvement as a National City party member, but also the greater scope of the party's achievements and philosophies through administrative documents, newspaper clippings, organizational history, newsletters, and numerous position papers and resolutions. The series is arranged in three subseries: A) National City Chapter, B) State Central Committee, and C) Regional Chapters.

A) The local National City Chapter subseries includes two parts. Folders 4-9, arranged alphabetically by author, are position papers written by Bert Corona, Corky Gonzales, and Mario García defining the party's initiatives and San Diego County newsletters. Folders 10-14 are administrative in nature and include letterhead, local membership and contributor lists, political endorsements, and incoming and outgoing correspondence generated by and for Herman Baca.

B) The State Central Committee subseries documents the broader scope of La Raza Unida in California. Materials include organization structure and regulations documents; position papers authored by Juan José Peña, state chairman; and documents resulting from the Central Committee including meeting minutes and discussion bulletins. Baca compiled a La Raza Unida history notebook including newspaper clippings, correspondence, related writing, notes, and proposals. The subseries is arranged alphabetically.

C) The Regional Chapters subseries, arranged alphabetically, contains the newsletters from area chapters in San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles County, New Mexico, and other related papers on regional politics.

SERIES 5: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series includes source materials Baca compiled relating to current community and political issues addressed by the Committee on Chicano Rights including immigration, border conflicts, employment discrimination, police brutality, and congressional legislation. The files are arranged alphabetically and contain correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, and brochures of individuals, organizations, events, and other relevant action-related information.

SERIES 6: COURT CASE FILES

The COURT CASE FILES series collects documents from lawsuits and similar legal proceedings involving immigration and discrimination issues. The files are arranged alphabetically by the name of the proceeding.

SERIES 7: CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

The CONFERENCES AND EVENTS series, arranged alphabetically by conference, contains organization materials relating to conferences and events that Herman Baca and/or the Committee on Chicano Rights attended or organized including registrations, newspaper clippings, and correspondence. The bulk of the materials are for the Chicano National Immigration Tribunal, April 11, 1981, organized for the purpose of addressing immigration policy and resulting in a community-drafted summary document from the conference both in English and Spanish, presented to President Ronald Reagan and Mexican President José López Portillo.

SERIES 8: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

This series includes published and unpublished writings on issues of concern to Herman Baca and the Committee on Chicano Rights. The writings represent papers presented at conferences, published works, and research papers on topics of immigration, labor disputes and discrimination, and cultural history. The series is arranged alphabetically by author or by title, if anonymous.

SERIES 9: AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS

The AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS series, arranged alphabetically, contains audiocassettes, DVDs, CDs, and videocassette recordings of various audio interviews, recorded speeches, and video footage of protest marches including, the roundtable proceeding of the Chicano National Immigration Conference Tribunal and Memorial March, 1981; Herman Baca as an interviewee on "Heart of San Diego" and KCTV Channel 39 "Look Alive"; and video footage of Herman Baca as a participant for the "Yes to Proposition Y" rally and "No to Proposition BB" debate. The series also contains several documentary DVDs created by Mark Baca.

SERIES 10: PHOTOGRAPHS

The PHOTOGRAPHS series comprises photographs of individuals, organizations, conference events, protest marches, and press conferences from 1963 to 2003. Of particular note are photographs of César Chávez's Yes to Proposition 14 Rally, 1976; Unity March against the Ku Klux Klan, 1977; National Protest March Against the Carter Curtain, 1979; and the Chicano National Immigration Tribunal, 1981. The series is arranged alphabetically.

SERIES 11: AZTEC PRINTING PRODUCTION FILES

Herman Baca founded Aztec Printing in National City in 1969. The AZTEC PRINTING PRODUCTION FILES series accounts for pre-press materials used in creating brochures, flyers, fundraiser posters, and newsletters, all related to Baca's activist activities. The files are arranged in two subseries by material type: A) Newsletters and B) Organizational.

A) Aztec Printing had primary responsibility for all levels of the pre-production layout work and printing for newsletters for the Chicano Federation of San Diego County, Committee on Chicano Rights, and El Tiempo Chicano with David Avalos as editor. Materials include pre-press paste-ups, halftone artworks, photographs, and used label copy. The subseries is arranged alphabetically.

B) Aztec Printing was also responsible for the production of publicity and press materials for several organizations and events in the community including the Committee on Chicano Rights, CASA Justicia, local MEChA chapters, and La Raza Unida. The Organization files consist of print orders taken by Aztec Printing and the productive and pre-press documents. The types of materials included are posters, tickets, leaflets, programs, brochures, invitations, letterhead, and business cards, organized alphabetically by name of organization and is arranged alphabetically.

SERIES 12: CHICANO ART

The CHICANO ART series is arranged in three subseries by artist: A) David Avalos B) Victor Orozco Ochoa and C) Other Individuals.

A) David Avalos has been creating provocative public art installations, video, and multi-media art since the 1970s in San Diego, National City, and Tijuana. The artworks represented in the CHICANO ART series are mainly original pen and ink illustrations used as visual commentary for the El Tiempo Chicano newsletter and as political statement art.

B) Victor Orozco Ochoa is a widely recognized Chicano painter/muralist who co-initiated the Chicano Park community murals and co-founded the Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park. He is represented by two pen sketches.

C) The third subseries contains artworks from other individuals in the Chicano community including Sal Barajas and Mario Acevedo in various media formats.

SERIES 13: CHICANO MOVEMENT ART

The Chicano art movement has been fueled by intense polticial activity, cultural pride and expression from within the Chicano community. The collection of CHICANO MOVEMENT ART represents political and event related posters, Chicano "mexicanidad" calendars, and memorabilia. The series is arranged in three subseries: A) Posters, B) Calendars, and C) Miscellaneous.

A) The Posters subseries represents promotional posters from the Annual Chicano Park Day (1981-2006), celebrating community pride and preservation of Barrio Logan history; Committee on Chicano Rights events and fundraisers, including the Chicano National Immigration Conference and March Against the Carter Curtain; national and international events in Mexico; regional events in and around San Diego and Tijuana, and events happening at University of California, San Diego.

B) The Calendars collection contains "mexicanidad" wall calendars and Chicano and La Raza historical significance calendars.

C) The Miscellaneous collection of CHICANO MOVEMENT ART are mainly mixed media large format political poster art representing immigration, discrimination and racism, equal labour rights, and La Raza visual statements. The collection also features posters of Malcolm X, César Chávez, and Francisco "Pancho" Villa. Additionally, the collection contains a cloth funeral procession flag for Cesar Chavez and several buttons from political candidate endorsements and protest marches.

SERIES 14: NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1964-2006

Herman Baca extensively utilized newspaper journalism as a research source when addressing pertinent issues. The NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS series contains clippings from newspapers and magazines from national, San Diego, Tijuana, and Baja California dating from 1964-2006. The collection represents both English and Spanish language sources and is arranged chronologically.

SERIES 15: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES contains the originals of brittle or acid content documents that have been photocopied.

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

Interviews

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1 1 El Dia interview with Herman Baca, April 19, 1981.
1 2 El Foro Del Pueblo interview with Herman Baca, May 1980.
1 3 El Gallo interview with Herman Baca, August-October 1977.
1 4 Interview by Jan Stevens for research project on the Latino community in National City.
1 5 National City Star News interview with Herman Baca, July 21, 1983.
"South Bay Spokespersons Clash - Simpson- Mazzoli: Two Views from Here".
1 6 La Prensa interview with San Diego Chief of Police William Kolender and Herman Baca, October 6, 1977.
"San Diego Police Protector or Persecutor?"
La Prensa interviews with Herman Baca.
1 7 "Amnesty: One Year Later", April 28, 1988.
1 8 "The Big Lie", October 28, 1994.
1 9 "La Frontera: America's Dilemma", June 20, 1986.
1 10 "Impact of the Immigration Act", March 20, 1987.
1 11 Undocumented Mexican Visitors program - KCST-TV - Typescript interview outline, 1979.
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2 7 American G.I. Forum of the United States - Certificate of Merit, June 27, 1981.
2 8 FB-440-01 California Legislature Resolution by Honorable Peter R. Chacon and the Honorable James R. Mills, January 17, 1987.
2 9 Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition by Congressman Bob Filner, July 15, 2006.
2 10 City of La Mesa Certificate of Recognition, July 15, 2006.
Presented by Art Madrid, Mayor of La Mesa. Includes key to the city.
2 11 FB-443-13 City of National City Proclamation Herman Baca Day, July 15, 2006.
2 12 FB-443-14 City of San Diego Proclamation Herman Baca Day, July 15, 2006.
2 13 FB-440-02 City of San Jose Honorary Citizen, June 26, 1981.
2 14 AB-27-E City of San Jose - "Key to Our City", 1977.
Inscribed with "Mayor Janet Gray Hayes".
2 15 AB-27-E Congreso para Pueblo Unidos - Hispanic of the Year Award, April 19, 1980.
2 16 Diploma Premio al Mérito - La Asociación Nacional de Periodistas, A.C. Otorga el Presente Testimonio, 1979.
2 17 In Honor of the 10th Annual Malcolm X Kuzaliwa (Birthday) Celebration, May 20, 1977.
2 18 FB-440-03 Liga Municipal de Organizaciones Populares (C.N.O.P) Diploma.
2 19 AB-27-E Low Rider Car Club Council - Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding and Dedicated Service in Community Activities, December 21, 1979.
2 20 Los Angeles Marathon, 1990.
2 21 Sweetwater High School MEChA - Certificate of Appreciation, 1983.
2 22 AB-27-E United California Mexican-American Association - Appreciation for your Assistance to the Hispanic Community in this Country, November 4, 1978.

Miscellaneous Activist Organizations

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2 23 Adelante - Herman Baca, chairman, 1971.
American G.I. Forum of the United States - National Chicano Veterans Organization - Herman Baca, active participant.
2 24 Includes correspondence and conference materials, 1973 - 1981.
2 25 Statement of purpose and newsletters, 1978 - 1980.
2 26 Centro de Accion Social Autonomo (C.A.S.A) Justicia - Herman Baca, chairman, 1973 - 1977.
Narcotics Prevention and Education System, Inc. - Herman Baca, chairman, 1971-1972.
2 27 Bylaws and meeting minutes, 1969 - 1972.
2 28 Correspondence, 1971 - 1972.
2 29 San Diego County Immigration Council - Herman Baca, member, Law and Justice Subcommittee, 1973 - 1975.

Subject Files

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Baca Family

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Telephone Memo Books and Calendars

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4 1 1977, August 26 - October 26.
4 2 1977, November 3 - 1978, November 30.
4 3 1978, May 5 - August 30.
4 4 1978, August 31 - December 11.
4 5 1979, January 24 - March 20.
4 6 1979, April 18 - June 13.
4 7 1979, November - December.
5 1 1980, March - July.
5 2 1980, July 9 - December.
5 3 1981, April - November.
5 4 1981, December 10 - 1982, August 11.
5 5 1982, September - 1984, March 22.
5 6 1984, April 10 - 1987, September 31.
5 7 Appointment book, 1981.
5 8 Calendar, 1975.

COMMITTEE ON CHICANO RIGHTS

Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws

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Correspondence

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6 3 1970-1972.
6 4 1973-1974.
6 5 1975.
6 6 1976.
6 7 1977, January-May.
7 1 1977, June-December.
7 2 1978, January-May.
7 3 1978, June-December.
7 4 1979, January-April.
7 5 1979, May-July.
7 6 1979, August-December.
8 1 1980.
8 2 1981, January-July.
8 3 1981, August-December.
8 4 1982.
8 5 1983.
8 6 1984.
9 1 1985-1986.
9 2 1987.
9 3 1988-1989.
9 4 1990-1993.
9 5 1994.
9 6 1995-1998.
10 1 1999-2002.
10 2 2003.
10 3 2004-2005.
10 4 2006-2007.
10 5 Undated.

Membership

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10 6 Board and general membership lists.
10 7 Business card file.
10 8 Button paste-up art and original logo design.
10 9 FB-441-01 Banner flag.
10 10 FB-469-01 T-shirts - Includes the Celebration of the Chicano Archives commemorative and Corky Gonzales tribute shirts.
10 11 Letterhead.
10 12 Lists of other organizations and individuals.
10 13 Membership applications - Includes Herman Baca.
10 14 Official membership criteria for general, active associate, and associate members.
10 15 Registration book.
10 16 Resignation letters, 1978 - 1979.

Publicity

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Administrative

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Fundraising

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MEXICAN-AMERICAN POLITICAL ASSOCIATION (MAPA)

Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws

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Correspondence

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13 5 Incoming, 1970 - 1972.
13 6 Incoming, 1973 - 1985.
13 7 National City Chapter, 1970 - 1974.
13 8 Resignation letter - Herman Baca, chairman, 1974.
13 9 Southern region, 1971 - 1973.

Membership

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13 10 Membership cards, 1972.
13 11 Membership duties, 1974.
13 12 Southern region member lists, 1971 - 1973.

Newsletters

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13 13 El Mapista, 1969 - 1984.
January-April, Volume 2, Number, 1-4 and February-March, Volume 1, Number 1.
13 14 Oakland Chapter, 1968.
January, Volume 15 and March, Volume 17
13 15 San Diego County Council Chapter, 1968.
January-April, Volume 1, No. 1-5 and September, Volume 1, No. 1.
13 16 State (California) Newsletter, 1968.
October, Volume 1, Number 2.

Publicity

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13 17 Media newspaper clippings, 1967 - 1974.
13 18 Political endorsements, 1970.
14 1 Press releases, 1970 - 1985.
76 3 Annual convention commemorative programs, 1969-1972.

Administrative

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LA RAZA UNIDA POLITICAL PARTY

National City Chapter

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State Central Committee

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14 15 Newsclippings media, 1971 - 1978.
14 16 Basic Documents of El Partido - Articles of Incorporation, 1972.
14 17 Brief history of La Raza Unida Party.
14 18 Chicano Mexicano Family and the Struggle for Liberation and Self-Determination, January 1989.
14 19 Chicano Mexicano Movement for National Liberation.
14 20 Constitution, Resolutions, Structure, and Regulations of the National Partido de la Raza Unida as approved by the Partido Raza Unida National Convention, 1980.
14 21 Introduction and Information Manual to El Partido La Raza Unida de California.
14 22 Organizational Structure of El Partido Nacional La Raza Unida.
Peña, Juan José.
15 1 "The Chicano Movement, the Southwest, and the Role of the National and State Partido de la Raza Unida in the Southwest: An Economic, Historic, Social, and Political Profile from 1890 to the Early 2000s," Discussion Bulletin, Number 1.
15 2 "Raza Unida on Youth" - State Chairman. Discussion Bulletin, Number 2.
15 3 "The Anglo Question" - State Chairman. Discussion Bulletin, Number 3.
15 4 "On the Question of Christian Theology" - State Chairman. Discussion Bulletin, Number 6, 1979.
Penichet, Carlos.
15 5 "La Raza Unida Party in California".
15 6 "Reflections on the Chicano Political Caucus" - Held in San Jose, CA, April 21-23, 1972.
15 7 Position of the Los Angeles County Central Committee of the La Raza Unida Party on the Disruption by CASA-MAPA at La Raza Unida Party's Convention, July 1-2, 1972.
15 8 Program for Chicano Mexicano Liberation Partido Nacional La Raza Unida.
15 9-10 La Raza Unida notebook, 1970 - 1974.

Regional Chapters

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15 17 95th Congress; 2nd Session - Legislative update - Immigration issues, 1978.
15 18 Adolph Coors Company boycott, 1977 - 1980.
16 1 Affirmative action, 1979.
16 2 Alberto, Manolo case - Summary of suggested witnesses and witness problems and issues.
16 3 Alien Adjustment and Employment Act of 1977.
Includes statement of Ray Marshall, Secretary of Labor before the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate, May 11, 1978.
16 4 Alien child education literature - Texas, 1980 - 1981.
Includes Flores, Estevan. "Mexican Immigrant Children and Public Education: International Implications from the Texas case," 1981
16 5 Alien Social Security Restriction Amendment - S1070, 1979.
16 6 Alvarado, José - Shooting, 1968.
16 7 Amendments to the immigration law, 1976.
16 8 American Civil Liberties Union, 1973 - 1977.
16 9 American Immigration Control Foundation.
16 10 Apodaca, Jerry - Case against Bell Brand Foods, Inc., 1982 - 1983.
16 11 Appel, Duffe (Governor, Baja California) and Governor Pete Wilson - "Bracero Program", 1985 - 1995.
16 12 Arizona Farm Workers Union. Includes copy of letter by César Chávez to the Scottsdale Daily Progress, 1980.
16 13 Association of Mexican-American Educators, Inc., 1978.
16 14 Attack on La Prensa (newspaper), Daniel Muñoz, editor, 1983.
16 15 Avalos, David, 1988 - 1995.
16 16 Avalos, David - Donkey cart controversy, 1986.
16 17 Aztlán vs. United States - Tupoc, 1979.
16 18 Bareno, Augie, 1972 - 1974.
16 19 Barrio Logan Residents Association, 1979.
16 20 Barrio Station Incorporated - Barrio Youth Center, 1978.
16 21 Bay Area Committee on Immigration, 1978.
16 22 Bay Front Park - Barrio Logan controversy, 1983.
17 1 Begley, Edward J. - Removal from Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1978.
17 2 Bilbray, Brian (Congressman) - Legislation, 1997.
17 3 Bilbray, Brian (San Diego County Supervisor) - "Federal monitors", 1994.
17 4 Bills affecting immigration, 1980.
17 5 Black community protests against Ian Smith's regime and the patriotic front - Press statement, 1978.
17 6 Black Federation of San Diego, 1978 - 1979.
17 7 Black inventors and their inventions.
Border Patrol "La Migra" (United States-Mexico) abuses.
17 8 1970 - 1978. Includes correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings.
17 9 1979 - 1981. Includes correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings.
Border (United States-Mexico).
17 10 Slowdown, 1981.
17 11 "War Games" vigilantes, 1990.
17 12-13 Borderline film. Includes correspondences, press releases, reviews, and newspaper clippings on the protest of the film, 1979 - 1980.
18 1 Bounty hunter issue, 1998.
18 2 Brown Berets - Interview with La Verdad, September 1970.
18 3 Bueño, Eurico, Jr. - Case - Political persecution, 1975.
18 4 Burciaga, José Antonio, 1996.
18 5 California Coalition to "End Barrio Warfare", 1979.
18 6 California Latino Civil Rights Network, 1994.
18 7 California Rural Legal Assistance, 1978.
18 8 Call for Congressional investigations on border violence. Includes handwritten drafts of press releases, letter written to Senator Edward Kennedy and copies of press releases, 1979 - 1980.
18 9 Cantú, Mario. Includes newspaper clippings, 1978.
18 10 Carter-Mondale Transition Planning Group - Memorandum, 1976.
Carter Immigration Plan.
National Protest March - "Stop the Carter Curtain", February 11, 1979.
18 11 Correspondence, letters of support, and flyers.
18 12 FB-440-15 Drafts of press releases and poster graphics.
18 13-14 Correspondence and research materials, 1977 - 1981.
19 1 Research materials, analysis and summary proposals, and "Border Powder Keg" compiled by David Avalos, 1977 - 1978.
19 2 Cassas, Canida and Paradise Valley Hospital. Includes "Investigation of Complaint Paradise Valley Hospital", 1978.
19 3 Catholic priests on immigration, 1975 - 1978.
19 4 Centro Cultural de la Raza, 1980.
19 5 Centro de Información y Estudios Migratorios, 1979.
19 6-8 Centro de Inmigración - Georgetown University Law Center Monitoring Reports, 1976 - 1978.
19 9 Centro de Inmigración research, 1973 - 1978.
19 10 Chacon, Peter. Includes correspondence, press releases, meeting minutes for the "Committee to Elect Peter Chacon," and newspaper clippings, 1970 - 1981.
20 1 Chávez, Bishop Gilbert, 1989.
20 2 Chávez, César. Includes laminated color photograph prints of César Chávez, 1972 - 1997.
20 3 Chicano Athletic Association, 1975.
20 4 Chicano Educational Opportunities Program - Position papers, 1970.
20 5 Chicano Federation of San Diego County, Inc., 1976 - 1980.
20 6 Chicano Park Steering Committee. Includes Chicano Park Day programs, 1977 - 2013.
20 7 Chicano Pinto Union, 1977.
20 8 Chicano Spiritual Unity Walk - Black Berets, 1980.
20 9 Chicano youth, 1978 - 1980.
20 10 Chicanos in local elections, 1976.
20 11 Children at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (San Diego) - Survey, 1980.
20 12 Chingas, Jonny - Poster.
20 13 Chula Vista Star News - Letter, 1977.
20 14 Citizens Committee on Police Issues (CCOPI) - Fact sheet, 1971 - 1972.
20 15 Clear Law Enforcement for Criminal Alien Removal Act (CLEAR) H.R. 2671, 2003.
20 16 Clinton, President Bill - UCSD Commencement Address - "Speaking on Race", 1997.
20 17 Coalition of Chicano Community Workers, 1979.
20 18 Coalition of Hispanic Organizations. Includes Coalition of Hispanic Professionals notebook, 1978 - 1986.
20 19 Cocke, Kenneth - Case - Rape by Border Patrol, 1972.
20 20 Colby, William E. (Former CIA Chief), 1978.
20 21 Collect call scam, 2001.
20 22-23 Collins, Henry. Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and research materials related to methadone treatments, 1977 - 1980.
21 1 Comité Europeo de Solidaridad con El Pueblo Chicano - Mario Cantú. Includes newspaper clippings, 1976 - 1980.
21 2 Commission on Religion and Race - The United Methodist Church, 1978 - 1979.
21 3 Committee for the Defense of Hispanic Prisoners' Rights, 1979.
21 4 Communist Workers Party - Al Frente de Lucha Workers Viewpoint Organization, 1979.
21 5 Community Action Energy Network, 1980.
21 6 Community Research Associates, 1980.
21 7 Congreso para Pueblos Unidos - Report on Central American Peace Delegation, 1979 - 1985.
21 8 Connor, Roger (Executive Director, Federation for American Immigration Reform, F.A.I.R.) case, 1983.
21 9 Cornelius, Wayne A., 1977 - 1980.
21 10 Corona, Bert, 1966 - 2001.
21 11 Corona, Bert - Remarks at the Los Angeles Workshop on "Impact of Mexican Migration on California Communites", 1976.
21 12 Cranston Amendment on immigration bill, 1977.
21 13 Craven, Senator William A., 1991.
21 14 Crusade for Justice, 1969 - 1980.
21 15 Cuevas, Mario Antonio case, 1972.
21 16 Culture Clash in Bordertown - Program, 1998.
21 17 Dalla, Michael (National City Councilman) - Petition for removal, 1975 - 1976.
21 18 Davis, Gray (Governor of California) - Proposition 187, 1999.
21 19 Declaration of Chicano Self-determination against the "Trots," Socialist Workers Party and Young Socialist Alliance.
21 20 Denial of service by UCSD University Hospital, 1978 - 1979.
21 21 Denial of services to undocumented aliens, 1979.
21 22 Denial of Social Security to undocumented workers, 1977.
21 23 Description of International Social Services.
21 24 Discrimination in California State University system, 1981 - 1982.
22 1 Dixon-Arnett bill, 1971 - 1972.
22 2 Draft (Selective Service), 1980 - 1981.
22 3 Duffy, Sheriff John. Includes memorandum to San Diego cab drivers, 1973 - 1984.
22 4 Durfee Foundation Award nomination, 1986.
22 5 Economic effects of immigration.
22 6 Editorial KGTV Channel 10 - Transcripts, 1979.
22 7 El Salvador, 1980.
22 8 Employer Cooperative Program.
22 9 Employer sanctions, 1981.
22 10 English - Official language.
22 11 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission discrimination complaints, 1983 - 1984.
22 12 Esquivel, Maria E. - Case, 1979 - 1981.
22 13 Estrada, Humberto Carrillo - Shooting case, 1984 - 1987.
22 14 Exploring Family School - Brochure.
22 15 Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC), 1979.
22 16 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) - Corruption, 1977 - 1978.
22 17 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) - Socialist Worker's Party, 1978 - 1982.
22 18 Field-Knorr "Anti-Alien" Bill, 1976.
22 19 Figueroa, Alberto - Tomb of Cuauhtémoc.
22 20 Fonger, Henry - Speech at protest rally on arrests of illegal aliens, 1973.
22 21 Fraternal Order of Eagles, San Diego - Case, 1994 - 1996.
23 1 Free city - State (Pueblo) of San Joaquin, 1969.
23 2 Gallardo, Bernardo, 1974.
23 3 Galvan, Robert, 1953 - 1998.
23 4 García, Albert, 1973 - 1974.
23 5 Golding, San Diego Mayor Susan - False statistics, 1986.
23 6 Golding, San Diego Mayor Susan and Chief of Police Jerry Sanders - Immigration policy, 1994.
23 7 Gonzales, Rudolfo "Corky" - Memorials. Includes "Homage to Corky Gonzales: A Message to Our Youth" and photographs of Corky Gonzales, 2005.
23 8 Greater Los Angeles Community Action Agency, 1975 - 1979.
23 9 Guest Worker Program, 1977.
Gutiérrez, José Angel.
23 10 Miscellaneous, 1999.
23 11 Interview by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 2001.
23 12 Hanks, Terry, 2002 - 2003.
23 13-14 Hanigan brothers - Case, 1977 - 1979.
23 15 Harassment of San Ysidro residents of San Diego Police, 1977 - 1981.
23 16 Haro, Jess (Councilman). Includes correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1978 - 1979.
23 17 Hate mail sent to Herman Baca, 1975 - 1987.
24 1 Hedgecock, Roger, 1990 - 1999.
24 2 Herbal folklore.
24 3 Hispano Catholics for Equality, 1987.
24 4 Human rights newsclippings. Includes the International League for Human Rights bulletin and "Report of the Commission of Enquiry to Mexico", 1977 - 1980.
24 5 Hurtado, Padre Juan, 1996.
24 6 Immigration amnesty fraud, 1987.
24 7 Immigration and Nationality Act amendments of 1976 (HR 14535), 1975.
24 8 Immigration and Naturalization Service - Door-to-door Residential Survey of Illegal Aliens, 1976.
24 9-10 Immigration and Naturalization Service - Leo Castillo, Commissioner, 1978-1979.
24 11 Immigration and the Catholic Church, 1969 - 1978.
24 12 Immigration Checkpoint - San Clemente. Includes Fitzgerald, Denise, "Should There Be Interior Checkpoints and/or Are These Constitutional", 1976 - 1978.
24 13 Immigration - Miscellaneous articles.
24 14 Immigration position and demands - Miscellaneous articles.
24 15 Immigration Reform and Control Act.
Incarceration of youth.
25 1 1980. Includes newspaper clippings, correspondence, press releases, and "U.S. Marshal's Foster Care Program" materials.
25 2 1984 - 1985.
25 3 Indigenous people.
25 4 Integration Task Force. Includes application for monitor, 1978.
25 5 Interim Information Manual on Campaign Disclosure Provisions of Proposition Nine, 1977.
25 6 International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers - Petition, 1980.
25 7 Investigation of the Chicano Federation (An Interim Report by the San Diego County Grand Jury), 1978 - 1979.
25 8 Inzunza, Nicholas - Campaign posters, 2000.
25 9 Inzunza, Ralph, 1988 - 1996.
25 10 J.C. Penney - National City incident, 2003 - 2004.
25 11 Justice for Carlos Montes.
25 12 Justicia para Juan V. Corona.
25 13 KKK - "Ka Ka Klowns", 1977 - 1978.
25 14 Karenga, Maulana Ron. Includes Essays on Struggle: Position and Analysis, 1978.
25 15 KCST-TV Channel 39, 1980.
25 16 Kennedy, Robert - Presidential Primary Election materials, 1968.
25 17 Kennedy, Senator Edward - Visit, 1979.
25 18 Killea, Lucy (State Senator) - "Policy Secrecy Bill", 1978 - 1990.
Kolender, William (Chief of Police).
26 1 "San Diego Crime Trend Changes", November 1977.
26 2 Appointment to Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1973 - 1981.
26 3 Call for resignation, 1986.
26 4 KPBS-FM format change, 1986.
26 5 Latin American Committee - Reagan-Bush '84 Contribution card, 1984.
26 6 Law enforcement abuse of Latinos - 30 cases, 1978.
26 7 League of United Latin American Citizens, 1978 - 1982.
26 8 Ledesma, Augustine Ricardo Briceno - Affidavit, 1981.
26 9 Legal aid cut backs, 1981.
26 10 Legal Aid Society of San Diego, 1976 - 1977.
26 11 Legal Defense Fund Committee, 1979.
26 12 Legal right of undocumented workers. Includes pamphlets and handouts from the "Rights of Aliens" immigration seminar, 1978.
26 13 Lesbians for Political Action, 1979.
26 14 Local elections. Includes candidate ephemera and photographs of Louis Natividad and family, 1972 - 2000.
26 15 Local Mexican-Americans.
26 16 "Longest Walk," protest march to oppose abrogation of all Native American treaties and the genocide of Indian people, 1978.
26 17 López, Jess, 1977.
26 18 Lowrider harassment - National City, 1979 - 1981.
26 19 Lozano, Larry Ortega - Case - Information summary, 1979.
26 20 Machismo.
26 21 Manzo Area Council (Tucson, AZ), 1978.
27 1 Macías, Bishop José Isidro Guerrero, 1998.
27 2 Magana, Daniel - North County riot, 1973.
27 3 Maher, Reverend Leo J., 1984.
27 4 Martinez, Francisco "Kiki", 1981.
27 5 Master absence list for highschool students at unidentified highschool, December 8-13, 1978.
27 6 McGrory, Jack - La Prensa advertising withdrawl, 1997.
27 7 Medina, José Jacques, 1976.
27 8 Mediterranean fruit fly (MEDFLY) - Campaign Against Spraying, 1978 - 1981.
27 9 Mexican-American Correctional Association (MACA), 1980.
27 10 Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 1978 - 1980.
27 11 Mexican-American Youth Organization, 1982.
27 12 Mexican - Chicano bibliography from San Diego Community Colleges. Division of Adult Education.
27 13 Mexican mafia, 1977.
27 14 Mexico oil.
27 15 Migrant Opportunity Program, 1979.
27 16 Morales, Ricardo - Case - Castroville, Texas - Statements of facts, 1975.
27 17 Moreno, Benjamin - Bob Baker - National City schools - Newspaper clippings, 1972 - 1973.
27 18 Moreno, Benjamin - Write-in campaign, 1971 - 1972.
27 19 Moreno Education Company.
27 20 Movimiento de Liberación Nacional, 1981.
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA).
27 21 Fresno, 1980.
27 22 Long Beach, 1979.
27 23 Loyola Marymount University, 1979.
27 24 San Diego Mesa College, 1977.
27 25 San Diego State University, 1979 - 1981.
27 26 Muñoz, Daniel - La Prensa, editor, 1994 - 1998.
National Center for Immigrants' Rights.
28 1 Miscellaneous, 1979 - 1986.
28 2 "Immigration Law Bulletin", 1979 - 1989.
28 3 "Proposed INS Regulations", March 19, 1987.
28 4 National Center for the Study of Aliens' Rights - Series of recommendations, 1977.
28 5 National Chicano Social Planning Council, Inc. - Proposal, 1978.
28 6 National City, City of. Includes city block blueprints, 1974 - 1976.
28 7 National City Council - Pay increase, 1996 - 1998.
28 8 National City materials, 1972 - 1975.
29 1 National City Mayor George Waters, 1989 - 1997.
29 2 National City Mayoral - City Council Questionnaire, 2002.
29 3 National City parking issue - Diane Salinas, 2004.
29 4 National City Police Chief Terry Hart - Resignation, 1985 - 1987.
National City Police Department.
29 5 Harassment, 1983 - 1995.
29 6 Immigration issue, 1972 - 1983.
29 7 National City recall, 1975 - 1976.
29 8 National City recall pleading, 1976.
29 9 National City - Teen Post - Casa de Salud, 1971 - 1972.
29 10 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL), 1977 - 1980.
29 11 National Council of La Raza, 1977 - 2006.
29 12 National Council of La Raza - Perspectivas Publicas, 1981.
30 1 National Immigration Coalition, 1978.
30 2 National Immigration Project - "Immigration Raids on the Workplace" seminar materials, July 1983.
30 3 National Lawyers Guild, 1973 - 1978.
30 4 National Republican Convention - National Latino Unity Summit, 1996.
30 5 Neo-Nazis - National Socialist White Worker's Party, 1978 - 1979.
Newsletters.
76 4-6 Miscellaneous, A-V, 1970-1987.
30 6 Nia Cultural Organization, Inc., 1977 - 1980.
30 7 North County Coalition for Human Resources.
30 8 Nuñez, Peter K. - United States Customs Service Commissioner nomination, 1989.
30 9 Obledo, Mario (California Coalition of Hispanic Organization, President), 1998.
30 10 Obledo, Mario (Health and Welfare Agency - Office of the Secretary), 1977 - 1981.
30 11 Ocampo, Maria Muños - Case, 1979.
30 12 Oddo, David Gilbert. Includes "The Continuing Racial Divide" and "Bitter Harvest: The Plight of America's Farmworkers", 2001.
30 13-14 Old Town National City Gang. Includes court cases, 2005.
30 15 Olvera, Ramón García, 1974 - 1975.
30 16 "On the Border," GEO Magazine, November 1979.
30 17 Operation Jobs, 1982.
30 18 Packard, Robert - North County law enforcement, 1988 - 1989.
30 19 Padres Asociados para Derechos Religiosos Educativo y Sociales (PADRES), 1979.
31 1-2 Petition for Congressional Investigation, Presented by the Committee on Chicano Rights, The United California Mexican-American Association and the Legal Aid Society of San Diego, July 23, 1979.
31 3 Petition for Human Rights within the United States, with signatures.
31 4 Plethora of Passes - Manuscript - Chapter 5 review request, 1978.
31 5 Police brutality complaints, 1971 - 1977.
31 6 Police enforcing immigration laws, 1973 - 1983.
31 7 Police terror - Mass arrests in East Long Beach, 1978.
31 8 Political literature and endorsements, 1968 - 1972.
31 9 Pro-hispanic voting record - 97th Congress, 1981.
31 10 Project Step-Up - Community Learning Center.
31 11 Proposition 38 - "The National Average School Funding Guarantee and Parental Right to Choose Quality Education Amendment", 2000.
31 12 Proposition 39 - School bond issue, 2000.
32 1 Proposition 187, 1994 - 1995.
32 2 Proposition A - Sweetwater High School Facilities Bond, 1997 - 2000.
32 3 Proposition B. Includes information fact sheets, correspondence, press releases, and newspaper clippings, 1973.
32 4 Proposition O - Police Facility Bond - National City, 1987.
32 5 Proposition Y - The Unification Initiative, 1992.
Proposition BB - Sweetwater High School District Bond.
32 6 Correspondence, 1972 - 2000.
32 7 Research documents and newspaper clippings, 1997 - 2003.
32 8 Pueblo Méxicano del Estado de California (Southwest Voter Registration Education Proposal).
32 9 Puente, Al - Case, 1975 - 1977.
33 1 Protest march - "Stop the Carter Curtain", 1979.
33 2 Puerto Rico movement, 1980.
33 3 Reagan, President Ronald and José López Portillo meeting, 1981.
Reagan, President Ronald.
33 4 "Bracero Program" - Immigration and Refugee Plan, 1981.
33 5 Immigration Reform Policy, 1981.
33 6 Remarks at luncheon with Hispanic leaders, August 5, 1983.
Includes photograph of President Reagan with Hispanic leaders.
33 7 Remarks to the Cuban Independence Day Celebration, May 20, 1983.
Includes Spanish version.
33 8 Recital de Poesía Chicana - Sponsored by XOCHICUICATL Flor y Canto Publications, 1983.
33 9 Redlining (Geographic loan discrimination in San Diego), 1973 - 1980.
33 10 Reid, Luther G. (Councilman) - Petition to recall, 1975 - 1976.
33 11 Revenue Sharing Petition, 1975.
33 12 Revolutionary leaders.
33 13 Right to Life, 1981 - 1982.
33 14 Rivera, Luis "Tato" - Shooting, 1975.
33 15 Roberts, Attorney Matthew - "Heat" case, 2000.
34 1 Robledo, Gilbert, 1971.
34 2 Romero, Johnny "COBRA" - Comics, 1977 - 2001.
34 3 Rosales, Angela Macías - Child kidnapping, 1978.
34 4 Roybal, Edward R. (Congressman) - "Immigration Act of 1985" Reform Bill, 1984 - 1985.
34 5 Saindon, Nancy Jane - Statement in reference to the Miguel and Daniel Martinez case, 1977.
34 6 Salazar, Rubén. Includes Los Angeles Times reports, 1969 - 1970.
34 7 Salinas, Diane - Ira Harbison Elementary School case, 1994 - 1995.
34 8 San Diego Chargers - "Border Patrol" nickname, 1994.
34 9 San Diego County of Equal Opportunity Management Office (EOMO), 1998.
34 10 San Diego County Grand Jury. Includes newspaper clippings and correspondence, 1974.
34 11 San Diego County Human Relations Commission, 1977.
San Diego County Police Department.
34 12 Harassment.
34 13 Immigration enforcement, 1972 - 1974.
34 14 San Diego Country Supervisor Bill Horn - Discrimination speech, 2006.
35 1 San Diego Motor Racing Association, Inc. - Boycott, 1985.
35 2 San Francisco Mime Troupe, 1979.
35 3 San Ysidro Coalition for Better Education - Press release.
35 4-5 Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy. Includes reaction notes, outlines, "Select Commission on Living" recommendations and newspaper clippings, 1980.
35 6 September 11, 2001 - Anti-terrorism, 2001.
35 7 Serra, Father Junípero - Canonization, 1987 - 1990.
35 8 Shaffer-Corona, Frank, 1979 - 1980.
35 9 Sherman Unidos mural dedication, April 26, 1980.
35 10 Silva Letters lawsuit. Includes press release handwritten drafts and print copies, 1976 - 1983.
Simpson-Mazzoli Immigration Reform and Control Act.
35 11 1981 - 1983.
36 1 1984 - 1986.
36 2 Simpson-Rodino Bill, H.R. 892, 1971 - 1977.
36 3 Simpson-Rodino Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, 1980 - 1987.
36 4 Sinohui, José - Case, 1980.
36 5 Socialist Worker's Party, 1976 - 1978.
36 6 Soldier of Fortune, political cartoons, 1985.
36 7 South Bay Forum, 2006.
36 8 Southeast Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, 1979.
36 9 Southwest Border Regional Commission State Investment Plan - Executive Summary Report, May 7, 1979.
36 10 Southwest Regional Office for the Spanish Speaking, 1977.
36 11 Southwest Voter Registration Education Project - "A Project Director's Handbook", 1978.
36 12 Spanish heritage persons of voting age in principal area of California statistics, 1978.
36 13 Special Agriculture Workers (SAWs) - Newsletter, 1988.
36 14 Stamp Out Crime Council, 1991.
36 15 Stamp Out Crime Crusade, 1977.
36 16 Stereotypes of Mexicans - Correspondence, 1969 - 1972.
36 17 Students' Committee for Justice, 1979.
36 18 Subcommittee on Census and Population testimony, May 29, 1979.
Sweetwater Union High School District.
37 1 Employment discrimination, 1978 - 1980.
37 2 "Facilities Improvement Plan", July 2000.
37 3 "Hall of Fame", 2001.
37 4-5 Issues - Documentation and newspaper clippings, 1971 - 1978.
37 6 Racial profiling, 1977 - 1978.
37 7 Test scores, 1981.
37 8 Youth Organizing Project - Consensus Organizing Institute, 1998.
38 1 Tapía, Abe, 1973 - 2002.
38 2 Testimony submitted to Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy by The American Friends Service Committee, 1980 - 1981.
38 3 Texas farm workers, 1978.
38 4 Thomas, Tyrone, 1978.
38 5-6 Tijerina, Reies López, Archive. Includes manuscript collection inventory signed by Tijerina, University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research, 2005.
38 7 Tijuana flooding, 1978.
38 8 Torres, Salvador - Case, 1970.
38 9 Tucson Coalition for Justice, 1980.
38 10 Undocumented workers rights to medical service, 1977.
Includes "The Immigrant Worker: His Rights to Medi-Cal and Other Public Assistance Programs".
38 11 Union del Barrio, 1981 - 2006.
38 12 Union of Pan Asian Communities of San Diego County, 1978.
38 13 United California Mexican-American Association, 1972 - 1981.
38 14 United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO - César E. Chávez. Includes press releases, correspondence, newsclippings, and biographical materials, 1969 - 2006.
38 15 United States Census, 2000.
38 16 United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1978.
39 1 United States Department of Commerce Census data, 1980.
Includes "Certificate of Appreciation".
39 2 United States-Mexico relations, 1980.
Includes "The Management of United States-Mexico Interdependence: Drift Toward Failure?"
39 3 University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law - Minority admissions, 1978.
39 4 University of California, San Diego Chicano Concilio, 1981.
39 5 Vasquez, Danny.
39 6 Vasquez, Ivan. "Historical Synopsis of the American G. I. Forum Affirmative Action Team", November 13, 1976.
39 7 Vasquez, Mario Manuel - Arrest documentation, 1976.
39 8 Vaughn Public School District, New Mexico - Nadine and Patsy Cordova, 1997.
39 9 Velez, Edmund - Dismissal, 1978.
39 10 Viesca, José ( Star News, columnist), 1970 - 1971.
39 11 Vigil, Ernesto B., 1971 - 2002.
39 12 Villanueva adoption, 1975 - 1979.
39 13 Vogue Coach workers, 1980.
39 14 Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1980.
39 15 Washington Post. "Mex-America: A Five-Part" - National Council of La Raza, 1978.
39 16 White Salamander Murders - Mormon Church, 1985 - 1987.
39 17 Wilson, Pete (Governor of California) - Indictment, 1993 - 1995.
39 18 Winner, Karin (Editor, San Diego Union Tribune), 1998 - 2004.
39 19 World Council of Churches, 1979.
39 20 Zapata, José - Case, 1977 - 1978.
39 21 Zoot Suit - Theatrical play program, 1978.

COURT CASE FILES

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40 1 Ad Hoc Committee on Chicano Rights vs. March Fong Eu, Secretary of State of the State of California. Voter registration need for bilingual assistance, 1976.
40 2 Albert García, et al vs. Raymond Hoobler, Chief of Police. Police enforcement of immigration laws, April 7, 1975.
40 3 Bert Perez, Chairman of the Decoto Residents Association, et al vs. City of National City, et al. Revenue sharing suits - State of California, 1972.
40 4 Carlos Acosta vs. John Gaffney, 1976.
40 5 Casa Justicia vs. City of San Diego, State of California, et al. Revenue sharing suits - State of California, City of San Diego, December 10, 1975.
40 6 Catholic Social Services, Inc. (Centro de Guadalupe Inmigracíon), et al vs. Edwin Meese, III, Attorney General, November 24, 1986.
40 7 Certain Named and Unnamed Non-Citizens Children and Their Parents vs. State of Texas, 1980.
40 8 Chicano Federation of San Diego County and Mirna Perez vs. City of San Diego Mayor Maureen O'Connor, January 25, 1988.
40 9 Committee for Full Employment, et al vs. William Simon, Secretary of the Treasury, March 19, 1976.
40 10 Immigration and Naturalization Service, Petitioner vs. Adan Lopez-Mendoza, et al, 1984.
40 11 Juan Ceja, et al vs. Leonel Castillo, Commissioner, Immigration and Naturalization Service, et al, 1978.
40 12 Louis O. Lopez; Casa Justicia, individually and on behalf of all persons situated vs John Duffy, individually as Sheriff of San Diego County, 1975.
40 13 Lydia Luna Martinez vs. Patrick Sullivan. Los Angeles voter's right case, 1971.
40 14 Marcos Espinoza, et al vs. Benjamin Civiletti, et al, 1981.
40 15 Margaret Navarro, et al vs. David Duke. Deposition of Tom Metzger, December 20, 1977.
40 16 Mercedes Bustamante vs. The City of San Diego, California, March 12, 1974.
40 17 Nicholas Inzunza vs. The City of San Diego, California, July 9, 1973.
40 18 Rafaela Varela, et al vs. David Swoap, 1975.
40 19 Refugio Silva, et al vs. Edward Levi, 1974 - 1978.
40 20 United California Mexican-American Association; Ad Hoc Committee on Chicano Rights, et al vs. March Fong Eu; Ray Ortiz; DOES I-X, agents and employees of the Secretary of State, State of California, 1976.
40 21 United States of America vs. Alexander Manuel Mallides, 1973.
40 22 United States of America vs. Felix Humberto Brignoni-Ponce, 1973.
40 23 United States of America vs. Martinez-Fuerte, et al, 1976.

CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

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41 1 Activist Reunion (20th), San Antonio, Texas, December 27-30, 1989.
41 2 Annual Chicano Student Conference (1st), March 1, 1969.
41 3 Annual MEChA Statewide Conference, Evergreen Valley College, San Jose, 1977 - 1983.
41 4 Arizona Canto al Pueblo IV, Mesa, Arizona, May 1-10, 1980.
41 5 Banquet '78: For a New Immigration Policy, Los Angeles, January 1978.
41 6 Barrio Youth Conference/Conferencia de los Jovenes del Barrio, Denver, Colorado, July 9, 1981.
41 7 California Conference on Immigration and Public Policy - "Call to Action" (originally National), Los Angeles, October 15, 1977.
41 8 California Hispanic Civil Rights Conference (1st) - "Border Patrol Report", Sacramento, September 8, 1979.
Includes "The Demands of the First California Hispanic Civil Rights Conference".
41 9 Call to Action Conference, Detroit, Michigan, October 21-23, 1976.
41 10 César Chavez Celebration (UCSD and Southwestern College), 2006 - 2007.
Includes Herman Baca's presentation speeches.
41 11 Chicano and Latino Youth Leadership Conference (4th Annual), Sacramento, CA, August 3-10, 1985.
Chicano National Immigration Conference and Memorial March.
41 12 Correspondence, 1977 - 1980.
41 13 Participating organizations materials, 1980.
41 14 Organizational materials, 1980.
41 15 Registration packet, 1980.
42 1 Related newspaper clippings, 1980 - 1981.
42 2 FB-440-16 Press release drafts and paste-up originals, 1980.
May 23-25.
Chicano National Immigration Tribunal.
42 3-6 Summary of Chicano National Immigration Tribunal - English version partial draft, April 11, 1981.
42 7 Resumen del Tribunal Nacional Chicano Sobre Inmigración - Spanish version partial draft, April 11, 1981.
43 1-4 Summary from the Chicano National Immigration Tribunal - English full version, April 11, 1981.
43 5 Resumen del Tribunal Nacional Chicano Sobre Inmigración - Spanish full version, April 11, 1981.
44 1-3 Resumen del Tribunal Nacional Chicano Sobre Inmigración - Spanish full version, cont., April 11, 1981.
44 4 Press releases, correpondence, newspaper clippings, programs, flyers, and notes, April 11, 1989 .
44 5 Commemorate the National Chicano Moratorium, August 29, 1980.
45 1 Commemoration of the National Chicano Moratorium (20th), August 29, 1990.
45 2 Commemoration of the National Chicano Moratorium (25th), August 26, 1995.
45 3 Commemoration of the National Chicano Moratorium (35th), August 27th, 2006.
History presentation by Herman Baca, includes lecture drafts.
45 4 Conference Nacional de Inmigración - Informe Report, Los Angeles, March 9-10, 1974.
45 5 Conference on the Undocumented Alien, Toledo, Ohio, March 17-18, 1978.
45 6 Convocation on Ministry to the Undocumented - "Grass Roots Organizing for Advocacy, El Paso, Texas, 1978.
45 7 Culture Activist Conferencia - "To Help Build for the 10th Anniversary of August 29th, Chicano Moratorium..., San Jose, May 31-June 1, 1980.
45 8 Decade 80: 14th Annual Conference - Association of Mexican-American Educators, Inc., November 15-17, 1979.
45 9 Decade 80: Epoca Nuestra - 15th Annual Conference - Association of Mexican American Educators, Inc., November 13-15, 1980.
45 10 Ecumenical Committee of the Convocation on Ministry ot the Undocumented, San Diego, November 1979.
45 11 Electoral Strategy Conference, New York City, January 6, 1980.
45 12 Immigration Conference - Mexican-American Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas, November 25-26, 1974.
45 13 International Conference in Defense of the Undocumented Workers, Mexico City, April 28-30, 1980.
45 14 International Year of the Woman Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 14, 1980.
45 15 Latino Issues Convention, Chicano Studies Center, Pomona College - Convention Program, June 1-3, 1984.
45 16 Marcha de la Reconquista de Calexico a Sacramento, May 5, 1971.
45 17 Mexican-American Commission of the Spanish Speaking Conference - Immigration Seminar, San Bernardino, April 11, 1981.
45 18 Mexican Awareness Through Association Club Eighth Annual Fiesta, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 2, 1982.
45 19 Mexicano/Latino Leadership Immigration Summit, Riverside, Convention Center, February 11, 2006.
45 20 Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) - Central San Diego Mini-Conference, April 12, 1980.
45 21 National Alliance for Human Rights (NAHR) - Emergency Mexicano/Latino Leadeship meeting, Riverside, CA, 2006.
Includes Herman Baca's speech.
45 22 National Association for Chicano Studies Annual Conference XI, Eastern Michigan University, April 14-16, 1983.
45 23-24 National Chicano/Latino Conference on Immigration and Public Policy, San Antonio, Texas - Includes newspaper clippings, 1976 - 1977.
National Chicano Student Conference.
45 25 "Ten Years of Chicano Student Progress" - Keynote speaker, Denver, Colorado, April 5-8, 1980.
45 26 Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 17-20, 1980.
45 27 "Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano: Past, Present, and Future, A Time for Action," San Diego State University, July 1-2, 1983.
46 1 National Council of the Churches of Christ - "Consultation on Overstayed and Undocumented Persons", May 5-6, 1978.
46 2 National Immigration Coalition - Proposed meeting, Washington D.C., January 24-25, 1977.
Includes draft copies of the "Draft Principles of Unity and Objectives and Principles".
46 3 National Immigration and Refugee Consultation Conference - "Presentation on INS and Border Patrol activities in the border areas," Washington, D.C., August 3-5, 1981.
46 4 National Working Women's Conference, El Mirage, Arizona, April 18-20, 1980.
46 5 San Diego Community College District Personnel and Guidance Association - First Annual Bi-national Workshop, April 1994.
Simposium Sobre las Causas y Efectos de la Migración entre México y los Estados Unidos (1st), Culiacan, June 16-20, 1980.
46 6 Symposium presented papers.
46 7 Programs, newspaper clippings, press releases, and correspondence.
46 8 Southern California National Mobilization Steering Committee, 1977.
46 9 Symposium on Serving the Chicano - Latino Community, 1985.
46 10 United Farm Workers of America - First Political Endorsement Convention, Fresno, September 5, 1976.
46 11 United States International Federation for the Rights of Man Tribunal, San Antonio, Texas, 1980.
46 12 University of New Mexico - Center for Southwest Research Political Archives - Reies López Tijerina. Collection presentation, July 20, 2004.

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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46 13 Abeytia, Hector, Chairman, Farm Labor Committee and Mexican-American Political Association and Pat Vasquez, Chairman, San Jose Chapter. "A Portrait of California Power" - Presentation at San Joaquin Delta Junior College, March 20, 1969.
Acuña, Rodolfo, Dr.
46 14 "La Generaction de '68: Unfulfilled Dreams".
46 15 "Latinos: It's Way Overdue", April 6, 2006.
46 16 "Return of the Spanish Boy," SOMOS, June 1979.
46 17 Aguirre, Manuel. "Opening Lines of Communication: The Effect of Cultural Differences on the Interviewing Process." Tulane County Welfare Department, September 4, 1969.
46 18 Alvarez, Robert R. "A Profile of the Citizenship Process Among Hispanics in the United States: An Anthropological Perspective." Submittted to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, October 1985.
46 19 American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born. "Our Badge of Infamy: A Petition to the United States on the Treatment of Mexican Immigrants".
46 20 Applied Research Center. "Racefile," Volume 3, Number 4, July-August 1995.
46 21 Arnold, Frank. "Problems and Struggles of the La Caridad Miners." Prepared for the Fifth Annual Southwest Labor Studies Conference.
46 22 Arzube, Juan. "Illegal Aliens - Refugees from Hunger." Talk given at Embassy Auditorium, March 1976.
47 1 Baffoon, James R. (U.S. Marshal) - "The Truth - As Seen Through the Eyes of U.S. Marshal James R. Baffoon", 1980.
47 2 Black Students and the Community: Developing Functional Intellectuals.
47 3 Blum, William (Consultant, National Center for Immigrants' Rights). "A Short History of U.S. Immigration Laws," also titled "Immigration Defense Manual" - Fragments, 1979.
47 4 Bustamante, Jorge and James D. Cockcroft. "Unequal Exchange in the Binational Relationship: The Case of Immigrant Labor".
47 5 California Border Area Research Center. "A Study of Border Flows and Economic Interdependence in California/Baja California Urban Areas." A Proposal for Research submitted to the Office of Policy and Research - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, May 1978.
47 6 California State Advisory Committee. "The Schools of Guadulupe: A Legacy of Educational Oppression", April 1973.
47 7 California State Committee. "Education Neglect of Mexican-American Students in the Lucia Mar Unified School District," Pismo Beach, California, January 1973.
47 8 "Cambios en la Estructura del Proletariado Mexicano entre 1930 y 1960".
47 9 Cardeñas, Gilbert and Estevan Flores. "Social Economic and Demographic Characteristics of Undocumented Mexicans in the Houston Labor Market: A Preliminary Report." Submitted to Gulf Coast Legal Foundation, March 1980.
47 10 Carreon, Hector. "La Voz de Aztlan Has Raised Eyebrows in Washington", January 15, 2006.
47 11 Caruana, Stephanie. "A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File", 1975.
47 12 Casolino, Larry. "This Land is Their Land," Ramparts.
47 13 Chapman, Leonard F. Jr. "Illegal Aliens: Time to Call a Halt," Reader's Digest, October 1976.
47 14 Chavez, Manuel. "Chicanos, Pachucos, Bato Locos and Liberation." Submitted for "Chicano in U.S. Economy" - Instructor Bert Corona, 1970.
47 15 Chicano People as an Oppressed National Minority in the United States.
47 16 Chingones de San Diego. Untitled.
47 17 Cockcroft, James - Miscellaneous publications, 1980 - 1986.
47 18 Comisión Coordinadora en México. "Por los Derechos Plenos de los Trabajadores Indocumentados," I Conferencia Internaciónal, 1980.
47 19 Community Research Associates. "Report to the Board of Supervisor County of San Diego Border Task Force", March 29, 1980.
47 20 Cornelius, Wayne. "Illegal Mexican Migration to the United States. Recent Research Findings, Policy Implications and Research Priorities." Prepared for Migration and Development Study Group Center for International Studies, MIT, May 1977.
47 21 Cornelius, Wayne and Oliver W. Jones. "Health Problems and Health Service Utilization among Mexican Immigrants in San Diego County." Description of research conducted during a two-year period, supported by a grant from the California Policy Seminar, 1980.
47 22 Corona, Bert. "Human Consequences of Migration." Remarks at the Los Angeles workshop on "Impact of Mexican Migration on California Communities", 1977.
48 1 Day, Mark. "Possible Press Bias in Southern California in Covering the Illegal Alien", May 1973.
48 2 Deck, Reverend Allen Figueroa. "A Christian Perspective on Illegal Immigration." Talk given to the Priests' Senate Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, February 15, 1978.
48 3 Definition of Forms of Organization.
48 4 DeOrtega, Manuel R. "Chicanos Decalog", May 17, 1971.
48 5 Department of Justice. "Testimony of William French Smith, Attorney General Before the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and Refugee Policy and the House Subcommittee on Immigration Refugees and International Law", 1981.
48 6 Dual Unionism Under the Guise of Independent Unionism, September 9, 1981.
48 7 Economic Boycotts for Justice and Human Rights Agaist the Tide of Un-American Reaction, Nativism, an Liberal Confusion.
48 8 Escamilla, Alvaro Bravo. "Whear's Roundup Activities are Totally Illegal and Unacceptable".
48 9 Fact Situations Illustrating Problems Inflicted on the Latin-American Community By the Arbitrary Administration of Immigration Policy. Annotated with corrections.
48 10 Fagen, Richard R. "The Realities of U.S.-Mexican Relations," International Security.
48 11 Flores, Estevan. "Multinational Mexican Workers: Struggles, Carter's Attack and Counterplanning" - Draft revision of "Call to Action: An Analysis of Our Struggles and Alternatives to Carter's Immigration Plan", 1977.
48 12 Fong Eu, March, Office of the Secretary of State. "The Where-to-Book of Bilingual Assistance", April 1979.
48 13 Forum of National Hispanic Organizations. "Work in Progress on Immigration", September 21, 1977.
48 14 Fragomen, Austin, Jr. "The Illegal Alien: Criminal or Economic Refugee?", February 1973.
48 15 Freire, Paulo. Pedagogy of the Oppressed - Partial.
48 16 Galarza, Ernesto. Statement submitted to the Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education of the House Committee on Education Labor. Hearing on ESEA Program, Title IV Bilingual Education, 1977.
48 17 Garcia, Richard A. "Tijerina's Land and Culture Conference: An Analysis".
48 18 Garcilazo-Aparicio, Jeffrey. "A Comparative Analysis: In Defense of Chicano Nationalism at Exercise...", June 14, 1982.
48 19 Garcilazo, Jeffrey, Ernesto Bustillos, and Juan Parrino. "The Chicano Nationalism: An Ideology To Live By", 1980.
48 20 Garcilazo-Aparicio, Jeffrey. "Conflict and Organizing: Mexicano Industrial Workers in the Riverside...", June 4, 1982.
48 21 Gerrymandering.
48 22 Gollobin, Ira. "The Bill of Rights and the Foreign Born", February 11, 1975.
48 23 Graves, Clifford W., et al. "Foreign Trade Zone".
48 24 Greater Los Angeles Community Action Agency. "Plight of Undocumented Aliens in America." Position paper prepared by Bert Corona, Antonia Hernandez, Mark Day, and Robert La Vega Miller, February 22, 1977.
48 25 Haro, Robert R. "Los Chicanos - A Bibliographic Essay".
48 26 Hermandad Mexicana Legal Center. "Proposal Summary", 1984.
48 27 Hispanic Task Force on Undocumented Aliens. "Guidelines for the Development of a Fair and Just U.S. Immigration Policy on Undocumented Alien", 1977.
48 28 Hollopeter, Steve. "Deportation", Guild Notes, Volume 11, Number 7, November 1973.
48 29 Illegal Alien Assault: The United States Retreats From the Border.
48 30 Illegal Alien Committee. "The Illegal Alien Problem and Its Impact on the Los Angeles Police Department Resources." Briefing paper prepared for Staff Officers' Mini-retreat, Los Angeles, California, 1977.
48 31 Jacoby, Susan. "The Media and the Undocumented Migrants." Talk given at the National Convention on Undocumented Migrants and Public Policies, New York University, February 25, 1977.
48 32 Jarin, Jose Roger. "The Launching of the Chicano Movement in National City, California...", 2004.
48 33 Kirsch, Jonathan. "California's Illegal Aliens: They Give More Than They Take," New West, May 23, 1977.
48 34 "Latin America: Source of US Entrichment." International Affairs, September 1970.
48 35 Los Angeles County Bar Association. "Report on the Deporation and Removal of Aliens", 1976.
48 36 Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. "Street Gangs," Youth Bureau Street Gang Detail, May 1979.
48 37 Martinez, Thomas M. "Advertising and Racism: The Case of the Mexican-American".
48 38 Mexican-American Begins to Be Heard, May 3, 1971.
76 2 Mexican American Cultural Center. "Colección Mestiza Americana".
48 39 Mexican Masks.
48 40 Montalvo, Nancy Ann. "Cantos Infantiles para los Jardines de Ninos", 1971.
48 41 Morgan, Neil, Editor. "Years of Abuse, Days of Decision." An editorial series from the San Diego Evening Tribune, 1982.
48 42 Mujer Mexicana-Chicana Como Fuerza Politica En Nuestra Historia.
48 43 Murillo, Nathan. "The Mexican-American Family", April 1970.
48 44 National Council of La Raza. "Perspectives on Undocumented Workers: Black and Hispanic Viewpoints", 1979.
48 45 North American Congress on Latin America. "Immigration: Facts and Fallacies", 1977.
48 46 Ocampo, Juan Jesus Posadas. "La Iglesia y los Indocumentados." Puntos de Vista de la Iglesia en México Frente al "Indocumentado" en los Estados Unidos, July 12, 1979.
49 1 Ochoa, A. "Ex-Jefe Recuerda el Programa de los Bracenos Esclavos", October 9, 1985.
49 2 Office of the Attorney General - President's Task Force on Immigration and Refugee Policy Report, May 19, 1981.
49 3 Orange County Task Force on Medical Care for Illegal Aliens. "The Economic Impact of Undocumented Immigrants on Public Health Services in Orange County: A Study of Medical Costs, Tax Contributions, and Health Needs of Undocumented Immigrants" - Draft, 1978.
49 4 Pacas. "San Diego in Perspective", 1978.
49 5 Parra, Jorge Luis. "Towards Social Action in San Diego: A Response to Institutional Racism", November 10, 1976.
49 6 Participation of Mexican-American in California Government, 1971.
49 7 Pascal. "Pancho Villa calling...".
49 8 Patiño, Jimmy Jr. "The Chicano Movement in San Diego: Herman Baca, Chicano Identity...", 2006.
49 9 Pimental, Pablo "Oldie." "San Diego Homeboy".
49 10 Refuge in the Land of the Free: Central Americans and Haitians in the United States.
49 11 Remer, Larry. "Aliens".
49 12 Rendón, Armando B. "Murrieta, Defender of Chicano Human Rights".
49 13 Reporte de Actividades Desarrolladas por la Delegacion de Legisladoras Mexicanos de Congreso a Congreso. Legisladores de Mexico visitan Washington D.C., 2007.
49 14 Resolana - A Self-Defense Manual for Social Change Agents.
49 15 Romano, Octavio Ignacio. "The Distortion of Mexican-American History." El Grito: A Journal of Contemporary Mexican-American Thought, Volume 2, Number 1, Fall 1968.
49 16 Romo, Ricardo. "History Is With Us", 1970.
49 17 Rosen, Sanford Jay. "With Special References to the Problems of the Mexican-Americans", November 10, 1967.
49 18 Salazar, Daniel. "A Research Proposal Investigating the Hiring Practices of Ethinic Minority Credentialed Staff by the San Diego Unified School District", 1977.
49 19 San Diego County Grand Jury. "Bilingual Education in the Public Schools of San Diego County", April 1979.
Schey, Peter.
49 20 "Carter's Immigration Package: A Windfall for Big Business, An Anathema for Undocumented Persons." Prepared for National Immigration Coalition and National Alliance on Immigration Laws, 1977.
49 21 "Review of the Work of the Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy." Compiled by the National Center for Immigrants' Rights, 1981.
49 22 "Why the Simpson-Mazzoli Bill Deserved to Die." Report prepared by the National Center for Immigrants' Rights, October 1983.
49 23 Solodow, Bob. "A Summary Outline of a Method of Organizing", Washington, D.C., October 1966.
49 24 Sommers, Joseph. "Damming the Migrant Labor Stream".
49 25 SRI International (William F. Miller, President). "California Hispanics: A Report from the New Horizon Symposia", November 30, 1981.
49 26 State of California Office of the Lieutenant Governor (Mervyn M. Dymally). "Preliminary Study for the Southwest Border States Regional Action Commission", May 13, 1977.
49 27 Task Force on Incarcerated Minorites. "Report of the Task Force on Incarcerated Minorities", February 1981.
49 28 Testimony presented by Vilma S. Martinez to the U.S. Senate/House of Representatives. "Joint Subcommittee on Immigration", May 6, 1981.
49 29 Torrez, Lorenzo. "Short History of Chicano Workers" - Annotated draft.
50 1 Torrez, Lorenzo and Humberto N. Corona. "Workers Without Visas: A Permanent Part of the Work Force and the Economy of the United States".
50 2 Transcript of debate between Dr. José Angel Gutiérrez and Bill O'Reilly on "The Pulse," Fox Network, August 15, 2002.
50 3 Travis, M.E. Lecture at 1st Anniversary of the National Mexican American Association, December 20, 1952.
50 4 University of California, San Diego Chicano - Latino Concilo. "Report Card on the University of California...", October 11, 2003.
50 5 Valdez, Abelardo (Assistant Administrator for Latin America and the Caribbean Agency for International Development). Address at the Affiliate Convention of the National Council of La Raza, Washington D.C., August 29, 1978.
50 6 Varela, Delfino. "A Constructive Solution to the Problems of People without Documents" - Includes annotations.
50 7 Viesca, José T. "Aquí Estamos," STAR NEWS - Translation to English from the column, July 30, 1970.
50 8 Villanueva, Daniel. "Immigration Reform - Answering the Challenge", March 4, 1984.
50 9 WESTEC Services Incorporation. "Draft Enviromental Impact Statement" - Renovation of the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station and Staging Area, November 6, 1981.
50 10 Williamson, Nancee. "Among other disasters...", March 1971.
50 11 Zarate, Dorothy. "Across the Border", March 8, 1971.

AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS

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74 1 35th Annual Chicano Moratorium, Herman Baca speech, SEIU Local 660 Union Protest March, DVD, August 2005.
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75 13 35th Annual Chicano Moratorium, Herman Baca speech, VHS, August 2005.
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75 14 35th Annual Chicano Moratorium - Protest march footage, VHS, August 2005.
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74 2 35th Anniversary Chicano Park Celebration, DVD, April 2005.
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74 3 39th Anniversary Chicano Park Celebration, DVD, April 2009.
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75 4 Herman Baca talking about UCSD Chicano Archives and the Herman Baca Papers, audiocassette, 90 minutes, 2006.
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74 4 César Chávez Breakfast, Southwestern College, DVD, May, May 2006.
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74 5 Chicano Moratorium film footage, DVD, 1970.
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Chicano National Immigration Conference and Memorial March. Herman Baca, Chairman, April 11, 1981.
50 12-13 Parts 1 & 2. UCA 20s 3/4 inch videocassettes.
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51 1-2 Parts 3 & 4. UCA 20s 3/4 inch videocassettes, 1981.
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74 6 Los Chicanos - En Sintesis, DVD, September 5, 2004.
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74 7 Committee on Chicano Rights compilation of slides and photographs, DVD.
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74 8 Committee on Chicano Rights footage, DVD, 1969.
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74 9 'Day Without an Immigrant Day' protest, DVD, May 1, 2006.
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75 7 Duffy, John (San Diego Sheriff) - Press conference on the "Duffy memorandum," Part 1, audiocassette, 90 minutes, 1972.
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75 8 Duffy, John (San Diego Sheriff) - Press conference on the "Duffy memorandum," Part 2, audiocassette, 90 minutes, 1972.
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74 10 Duffy, John (San Diego Sheriff) - "Yellow Cab Company" memo press conference, CD, 1972.
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74 11 Full Focus KPBS, "Herman Baca," hosted by Gloria Penner, created by Laura Casteneda, DVD, July 13, 2006.
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74 12 Gutiérrez, José Angel - Interview, Radio 760 FM, CD, April 5, 2006.
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74 13 Heart of San Diego - Interview with Herman Baca hosted by Fred Lewis, VHS, 30 minutes.
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51 3 Heart of San Diego - Interview with Herman Baca hosted by Fred Lewis, VHS, 30 minutes, 2000.
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74 14 Illegal Alien: A Different Perspective, DVD, 1979.
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74 15 Immigration: A Different Perspective, DVD, 2005.
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74 16 Interview with Herman Baca and Lynda Claassen - Herman Baca Archives, KUSI News, DVD, July 2, 2006.
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75 5 Interview with Herman Baca by Jimmy Patiño on "Arizona" and other issues, audiocassette, 90 minutes, 2010.
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74 17 Interview with Herman Baca talking about National City police department and Affirmative Action, CD.
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75 6 Interview with Mark Baca talking about San Diego Chicano history and Committee on Chicano Rights documentary, audiocassette, 90 minutes.
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74 18 Jimmy Patiño Chicano Studies class, Herman Baca, guest lecturer, DVD, 2009.
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75 9 The Last Word, KNSD interview with Herman Baca, La Raza Unida, audiocassette, 90 minutes, 1973.
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74 19 The Last Word, KNSD interview with Herman Baca, La Raza Unida - Part 1 and 2, CD.
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75 3 Lincoln High School - Herman Baca speech on MAPA, CCR and Sweetwater High School, (Side A) audiocassette tape, 1972.
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74 20 Línea Abierta - Texas Edition - Mothers from Juarez, CD, April 20, 2005.
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52 1 "Look Alive" interview with Herman Baca with Maria Velasquez. Including "Up-to-Date" with an interview of Bill Kolender on the volunteer integration school program. KCST-TV Channel 39 Alive, 3/4 inch videocassette, 22 minutes, 1978.
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75 10 Mexican-American Advisory Council (MAAC) - Police incidents abuse, audiocassette, 120 minutes, (Side A).
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74 21 Mesa College Chicano Studies program, Herman Baca, guest speaker, DVD, February 10, 2010.
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74 22 'Nation of Aztlan' short film by Mark Baca, DVD, 2006.
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74 23 National Alliance for Human Rights, San Bernandino, DVD, January 12, 2006.
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75 15 National City cigarette store protest, KNSD 39 News, Mark Baca interviewed, VHS, December 2, 2000.
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74 24 National City Police Department - "Sanctuary issue" protest, DVD.
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74 25 National City sales tax opposition, KUSI 8 News, Turko Files "Eminent domain" issue, DVD, 2006.
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74 26 National City Town Hall Council meeting, sales tax opposition, Fox 6 News, DVD, 2006.
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74 27 "No on Grapes Huelga Strike" film footage, National City, DVD, 1969-1970.
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74 28 Paradise Valley Hospital issue - Panel interview with Herman Baca, KUSI News, DVD, February 7, 2007.
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74 29 Paradise Valley Hospital sale press conference - KGTV News 10, DVD, Februrary 27, 2007.
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52 2 Proposition Y - "Yes" rally - Chicano Park and Proposition BB - "No" debate South Bay Forum. Herman Baca, participant. VHS, 16 minutes, 2000.
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75 11 La Raza Unida National City chapter meeting, audiocassette, c. 1973.
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75 16 South Bay Forum - National City Public Assembly - Discussion and debate between Herman Baca and Ron Morrison, videocassette, 2006.
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75 12 These Days in San Diego, KPBS 89.5 FM radio show on undocumented workers.
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74 30 University of California, San Diego César Chávez Celebration, Herman Baca - Keynote speaker, DVD, April 18, 2008.
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74 31 University of California, San Diego Chicano Archives Celebration - Speakers, DVD, July 15, 2006.
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75 2 University of California, San Diego Chicano Archives Celebration opening, audiocassette, 90 minutes, 2006.
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74 32 University of California, San Diego, Herman Baca - Graduation speech, DVD, March 17, 2008.
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74 33 University of California, San Diego, "History of Chicano Park, Community Media Production" Faculty Olga Vasquez, guest speaker - Herman Baca, Part 1 and 2, DVD, Spring 2010.
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74 34 University of New Mexico, Celebration of Reies Lopez Tijerina papers, Guest speaker - Herman Baca, DVD, 2004.
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74 35 'Viva César Chávez', DVD, March 2006.
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74 26 Viva la Causa: 500 Years of Chicano History, Part 1 and 2, DVD.
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75 1 X Man Show, Magic 92.5 FM, Interview with Herman Baca, digital audio mini-disc, July 9, 2006.
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74 37 'Yes on 38' - Chicano Park, DVD, October 2000.
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PHOTOGRAPHS

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52 3 Avalos, David.
52 4 Aztec Printing vandalism, 1995.
52 5 Aztec Printing - Various volunteers.
Baca, Herman.
52 6 Miscellaneous, 1970 - 2000.
52 7 Celebration of the Chicano Archives, University of California, San Diego, July 15, 2006.
52 8 Speaking engagements, 1970 - 2000.
53 1 Baca with others.
53 2 FB-440-04 Baca, Mark (Herman Baca's son).
53 3 Banquet '78: For a New Immigration Policy, Los Angeles, January 18, 1978.
53 4 Borderline film boycott.
53 5 Boystown, Nebraska - Visit.
53 6 Brownsville, Texas - Border.
53 7 Casa de Salud Center.
53 8 Casa Justicia.
53 9 Cazares, Norma.
53 10 CBS aired "Illegal Alien in Los Angeles", December 27, 1977.
53 11 Celebration of Chicano Park, Barrio Logan, 10 Year Anniversary, 1979.
53 12 Centro Cultural de la Raza.
53 13 Chávez, Bishop Gilbert - Rally, San Bernardino, 1978.
Chávez, César.
53 14 Miscellaneous.
53 15 Coachella and Imperial Valley - Protest use of undocumented workers as strike breakers.
53 16 Funeral procession, 1993.
53 17 Proposition 14 Rally, September 17, 1976.
53 18 Chicano award presentation. Congressman Jim Bates, presenter.
53 19 Chicano conference - Meeting with Young Lords, Picket of Spiro Agnew, 1971.
53 20 Chicano Federation of San Diego County.
53 21 Chicano National Immigration Tribunal, April 11, 1981.
53 22 Chicano Park Day, 2006.
53 23 Chicano Park murals.
Committee on Chicano Rights.
54 1 Appreciation awards, 1982.
54 2 Meeting with Manuel Cavada.
54 3 Meetings, 1981 - 1983.
54 4 Retreat - Cuyamaca Mountains, 1981.
54 5 Tardeada, 1980 - 1989.
54 6 Tardeada - Inzunza house.
54 7 Various volunteers.
54 8 Commemorate the Chicano Moratorium, 1980.
54 9 Convocation on Ministry to the Undocumented, El Paso, Texas, 1978.
54 10 Corona, Bert.
54 11 Corona, Bert - Day at Ruben Rubio's, 1976.
54 12 Crusade for Justice, Denver, Colorado, 1978 - 1980.
54 13 Día de la Unidad, San Bernadino, November 13, 1977.
54 14 Duffy, John (San Diego Sheriff) - "Yellow Cab Company" memo protest, 1972.
54 15 Education Conference, YMCA, Otay Mesa.
54 16 End Barrio Warfare, Santa Cruz.
54 17 Esmeralda ship protest demonstration, May 27.
55 1 Evening Tribune "Yellow Journalism" - Low rider picket, September 25, 1979.
55 2 Figueroa, Alfredo, 1972.
55 3 Golding, Susan (San Diego Mayor) - Anti-racism protest march.
55 4 Gonzales, Rodolfo "Corky".
55 5 Gregory, Dick - San Diego State University speech.
55 6 Guys on horseback.
55 7 Haro, Jess (Former San Diego City Councilman) - Incident protest, 1978.
55 8 Historical figures.
55 9 Hoober, Ray (San Diego Chief of Police) - Recall issue, 1973 - 1975.
55 10 Hurtado, Father Juan.
55 11 Immigration meeting, San Ysidro.
Immigration Naturalization Service Commissioner Leonel Castillo.
55 12 Day at the Chicano Federation, May 1977.
55 13 Site visit - MAPA, Los Angeles school.
55 14 Immigration press conference, St. Anthony's, National City, 1974.
55 15 Immigration press conference, Tijuana, 1983.
55 16 Imperial Beach United Farm Worker's strike.
56 1 Individuals, A-Z.
56 2 Institute of Chicano Urban Affairs.
56 3 Inzunza, Nicholas.
56 4 Inzunza, Ralph.
56 5 Juárez, México - Trip.
56 6 Kimball Pre-school picket.
56 7 La Raza Unida Party.
56 8 La Raza Unida registration.
56 9 League of United Latin American Citizens - Protest (LULAC).
56 10 Malcolm X march, San Diego, 1977.
Mexican-American Advisory Council (MAAC) Center.
56 11 Miscellaneous.
56 12 Christmas in the park.
Mexican-American Political Association (MAPA).
56 13 Meetings.
56 14 National City candidates forum.
56 15 National City political endorsing convention, 1970.
56 16 National Convention, Chicago.
57 1 Statewide Convention, Claremont, 1969 - 1972.
57 2 Statewide endorsing convention, 1973.
57 3 Statewide members.
57 4 Mexican artifacts.
57 5 Moreno, Ben.
57 6 Mothers and families.
57 7 National Chicano Conference, Denver, Colorado, March 16-18.
57 8 National Chicano Immigration Conference and Memorial March, May 23-25, 1980.
57 9 National Chicano Moratorium, Los Angeles, 1970.
57 10 National Chicano Student Conference - "Ten Years of Chicano Student Progress, Denver, Colorado, April 5-8, 1980.
Herman Baca, keynote speaker.
57 11 National City - Miscellaneous.
57 12 National City Council - Rezoning issue.
58 1 National Immigration Conference meeting, San Bernardino.
58 2-4 National Protest March Against the Carter Curtain, February 11, 1979.
58 5 Natividad, Luis (Former Director Chicano Federation of San Diego County), 1972 - 1974.
58 6 Nebraska State Prison - Visit.
58 7 NIA picket.
58 8 Night of Unity, March 15, 1978.
58 9 Obledo, Mario, Jesse Ramirez, and Luis Natividad campaign photographs.
58 10 Ochoa, Victor - San Ysidro murals.
58 11 Peña, Juan José at Ruben Rubio's.
58 12 Picket the Coyote - INS Commissioner Leonel Castillo, Town and Country Hotel Convention Center, November 21, 1976.
58 13 Police brutality.
58 14 Ramirez, Jesse (Former Director of the Chicano Federation of San Diego).
58 15 Richardson, Bill (Congressman) and Jim Bates (Congressman) - Picket.
58 16 Rincon brothers police brutality case - Press conference.
59 1-3 Rivera, Luis 'Tato' - Shooting and protest march, 1975 - 1976.
59 4 Rodriguez, Paul (Comedian).
59 5 Roybal, Senator Edward - Immigration bill hearings, 1979.
59 6 Safeway - United Farm Worker's Grape Boycott, National City, 1970.
59 7 Saint Anthony's - Visit with Father Omana, Victor Nieto, Augie Bareno, and Carlos Vasquez.
59 8 Saint Anthony's - National City.
59 9 Sanchez, Ramon "Chunky".
59 10 San Diego Community Relations - Hoobler memorandum, 1974.
59 11 San Diego County Administration Building picket - Spanish speaking wage incentive.
59 12 San Diego County Federal Courthouse picket for incarcerated children, 1982.
59 13 San Diego County Federal Courthouse picket on immigration, 1970.
59 16 San Diego State University - Voter registration.
59 14 San Diego - Physical plant - Social services.
59 15 San Diego State University murals.
59 17 Solidarity march, 1966.
59 18 Southwest Organizing Project - "500 Years of Chicano History" submissions, 1992.
59 19 Spanish Speaking Political Association Conference.
59 20 Stop Lowrider Harassment picket, National City.
Sweetwater High School District.
60 1 Boxing.
60 2 Coalition Press Conference - Office of Civil Rights citing, December 21, 1977.
60 3 Discrimination cases and press conferences, 1977.
60 4 Tardeada photographs.
60 5 Trevino, Danny - Protest march, San Jose, 1976.
60 6 United California Mexican-American Association reception, 1978.
United Farm Workers.
60 7 Delano Field Office at "Forty Acres" opening, Delano, 1967.
60 8 Union voting rights protest march.
60 9 United States Border Patrol.
60 10 United States Border Patrol at La Playas.
60 11 United States-Mexico- Border crossing.
60 12 Unity March - Coalition meeting - Chicano Federation, October 29, 1977.
60 13-14 Unity March - Anti-KKK rally at the International border, October 29, 1977.
60 15 Vasquez, Carlos.
60 16 Viva la Causa March, Los Angeles, 1973.
60 17 FB-440-05 "Walk for Rights" march against the Simpson-Mazzoli Immigration Plan, August 27, 1983.
61 1 Washington, D.C. - Visit.
61 2 Unidentified event.
61 3 Unidentified.

AZTEC PRINTING PRODUCTION FILES

Newsletters

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61 4 Barrio Unido Stop Gang Warfare - Cover art print, 1979.
Chicano Federation of San Diego County, Inc.
61 5 Newsletters, Volume 2, Issue 6; Issue 4-5, 7-10; Volume 1, 1972 - 1979.
61 6 Newsletters - Includes pre-press paste-ups, 1976 - 1979.
61 7 Newsletter, Volume VI, Issue 10, November 1976.
61 8 Newsletter, Volume VII, Issue 4 and photograph originals, May 1977.
61 9 Newsletter, Volume VII, Issue 5, photograph originals, and paste-ups, June 1977.
61 10 Newsletter, Volume VII, Issue 7, photograph originals, and paste-ups, August-September 1977.
61 11 Committee on Chicano Rights - Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 2 - Used copy, 1977.
61 12 El Chingazo - Chicano Park Steering Committee - Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 6-7, and Special Edition, 1977 - 1983.
61 13 Felices Días Chicano Park Coloring Book - Published by Chicano Park Steering Committee - Includes prepress paste-ups, December 1977.
61 14 Feliz Navidad a toda la Familia, Chicano Park Steering Committee, 1978.
61 15 La Luz - Chicano Federation of San Diego, Volume 1, Number 2, 1982.
61 16 FB-440-13 La Prensa Popular - Paste-up originals.
San Diego County Ad Hoc Committee.
61 17 Newsletters, April-August 1976.
61 18 Newsletters - Clip art.
61 19 Corrections, 1976.
61 20 Used copy, part 1.
62 1 Used copy, part 2.
El Tiempo Chicano.
62 2 Correspondence and printing invoices, 1977 - 1979.
Issue 1.
62 3 Artwork and halftones.
62 4 Negatives.
62 5 Photographs used and related.
Issue 2.
62 6 Artwork, graphics, halftones.
62 7 Photographs used and related.
62 8 Negatives.
Issue 3.
62 9 Artwork and halftones.
62 10 Negatives, 1978.
Issue 4.
62 11 Artwork and halftones.
62 12 Negatives.
62 13 Subscription materials, 1978.
62 14 FB-440-06 Used label copy.

Organizational

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63 1 4-H Club brochure and artwork.
Ad Hoc Committee on Chicano Rights.
63 2 Certificate of Appreciation, 1976.
63 3 Fundraiser Tardeada - Poster and raffle ticket, December 12, 1976.
63 4 "No" to Immigration and Naturalization Service survey letter - Includes leaflets and envelope, 1976.
63 5 Political campaign endorsements - Ballot form. Oscar Cañedo, Jesse Ramirez, and Luis Natividad, 1976.
63 6 Political candidate voting endorsement letter, 1976.
63 7 Barrios, Ernie, editor. Bibliografia de Aztlan: An Annotated Chicano Bibliography. Centro de Estudios Chicano Publications - Typescript draft, 1971.
63 8 FB-440-07 Centro de Acción Social Autonomo (CASA) Justicia - Brochure and poster paste-up originals.
63 9 Chicano Community Convention (1st) - San Diego 8th Council District candidate endorsement. Leaflets, programs, and ballots, September 24, 1978.
63 10 Chicano Democratic Association (1st) Annual Formal Ball, May 24, 1975.
63 11 FB-440-08 Chicano National Immigration Tribunal - Includes poster rough sketches, April 11, 1981.
63 12 Comité Nacional Hermandad General de Trabajadores (CASA Justicia).
Committee for Chicano Rights.
Carne Asada Fundraiser.
63 13 1977, October 8.
63 14 1978, April 8 - Includes invitation and envelope.
63 15 1979, September 15. Fundraiser for the "Immigration Issue" - Includes invitation and supplemental leaflets, 1979.
63 16 Fundraiser for Frank Mezta - Includes poster and tickets, February 20, 1977.
Tardeada Fundraiser.
63 17 1977, September 11 - Includes poster and tickets.
63 18 1978, February 19 - Includes poster.
63 19 1978, July 30 - Includes poster and response card.
63 20 1978, December 3 - Includes poster and tickets.
63 21 1979, May 13 - Includes poster.
63 22 FB-440-14 Miscellaneous paste-up originals.
63 23 "Feliz Navidad Fiesta", December 19, 1979.
Includes raffle tickets, invitation, and event insert.
63 24 Letter involving KKK incident - Includes brochure and bumper sticker.
63 25 Membership application forms, 1978.
63 26 Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 1 - Test proof, 1977.
63 27 Organizate Raza - Includes logo, leaflets, labels, and invitation, 1979.
63 28 Senate hearings on immigration letter and flyer, 1978.
63 29 Día de la Revolución Tardeada - Poster, November 20, 1977.
63 30 MAAC Project holiday card - Layouts.
63 31 FB-440-10 Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) - Programs, flyers, paste-up originals and artwork, 1978 - 1997.
64 1 National Protest March - "Stop the Carter Curtain" - Sponsorship letter and card, 1979.
64 2 "Night of Unity" - Leaflets, poster, and bumper sticker, March 3, 1978.
64 3 FB-440-11 Political candidate endorsement - Includes brochures paste-ups, stickers, and posters.
64 4 Political candidate endorsement brochure - Oscar Canedo and Jesse Ramirez, 1976.
64 5 FB-440-09 La Raza Unida - Miscellaneous materials including political endorsement pre-press, voter registration, poster, and newsletter paste-ups.
64 6 Stop Carter's Immigration Plan - Brochures and insert, 1978.
64 7 FB-440-12 United Farm Workers - Proposition 14 "Yes" - Includes pasteup originals for flyers, 1972 - 1976.
64 8 Unity March - Leaflet and petition, 1977.
64 9 Who's the Illegal Alien, Pilgrim? - Poster and business cards, February 23, 1978.

CHICANO ART

David Avalos

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Victor Orozco Ochoa

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64 12 Pen and ink drawings.

Other Individuals

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64 13 MC-135-10 Miscellaneous other Chicano artists, including Sal Barajas and Mario Acevedo.

CHICANO MOVEMENT ART

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65 1 MC-134-01 Chicano Park Day, 1981 - 2006.
Committee on Chicano Rights.
65 2 MC-134-02 Event and protest posters.
65 3 MC-134-03 Fundraiser Tardeada posters, 1971 - 1979.
65 4 MC-142-04 National and international events.
65 5 MC-142-03 Regional events.
65 6 MC-142-01 University of California, San Diego events.

Calendars

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65 7 MC-142-05 Chicano calendars, part 1.
65 8 MC-142-06 Chicano calendars, part 2.

Miscellaneous

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65 9 MC-134-04 Miscellaneous posters.
65 10 MC-142-02 César Chávez funeral procession flag, 1993.
66 1 Political memorabilia - Buttons.

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1964-2006

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67 1 1964-1969.
67 2 1970.
67 3 1971, January.
67 4 1971, February-May.
67 5 1971, June-November.
67 6 1971, December.
67 7 1971, Miscellaneous.
67 8 1972, January.
67 9 1972, February.
67 10 1972, March.
67 11 1972, April.
67 12 1972, May-July.
67 13 1972, August-October.
67 14 1972, November.
67 15 1972, December.
67 16 1973, January.
67 17 1973, February.
67 18 1973, March.
67 19 1973, April.
67 20 1973, May.
67 21 1973, June.
67 22 1973, July.
67 23 1973, August.
67 24 1973, September.
67 25 1973, October.
67 26 1973, November.
67 27 1973, December.
67 28 1973, Miscellaneous.
67 29 1974, January-March.
67 30 1974, April-May.
67 31 1974, June.
67 32 1974, July.
67 33 1974, August-September.
67 34 1974, October.
67 35 1974, November.
67 36 1974, December.
67 37 1975, January-March.
67 38 1975, April-August.
67 39 1975, September.
67 40 1975, October.
67 41 1975, November.
67 42 1975, December.
67 43 1976, January.
67 44 1976, February.
67 45 1976, March.
67 46 1976, May-June.
67 47 1976, July.
67 48 1976, August.
67 49 1976, September.
67 50 1976, October.
67 51 1976, November.
67 52 1976, December.
67 53 1977, January.
67 54 1977, February.
67 55 1977, March.
67 56 1977, April.
67 57 1977, May.
67 58 1977, June.
67 59 1977, July.
68 1 1977, August.
68 2 1977, September.
68 3 1977, October-December. Includes Ku Klux Klan articles.
68 4 1977, October, 2-25.
68 5 1977, October, 26-31.
68 6 1977, November.
68 7 1977, December.
68 8 1977, Miscellaneous.
68 9 1978, January.
68 10 1978, February.
68 11 1978, March.
68 12 1978, April.
68 13 1978, May.
68 14 1978, June.
68 15 1978, July.
68 16 1978, August.
68 17 1978, September.
68 18 1978, October.
68 19 1978, November.
68 20 1978, December.
68 21 1978, Ku Klux Klan articles.
69 1 1978, Miscellaneous.
69 2 1979, January.
69 3 1979, February.
69 4 1979, March.
69 5 1979, April.
69 6 1979, May.
69 7 1979, June.
69 8 1979, July.
69 9 1979, August.
69 10 1979, September.
69 11 1979, October.
69 12 1979, November.
69 13 1979, December.
69 14 1979, Miscellaneous.
69 15 1980, January.
69 16 1980, February.
69 17 1980, March.
69 18 1980, April.
69 19 1980, May.
69 20 1980, June.
69 21 1980, July.
70 1 1980, August.
70 2 1980, September.
70 3 1980, October.
70 4 1980, November.
70 5 1980, December.
70 6 1980, Miscellaneous.
70 7 1981, January.
70 8 1981, February.
70 9 1981, March.
70 10 1981, April.
70 11 1981, May.
70 12 1981, June.
70 13 1981, July.
70 14 1981, August.
70 15 1981, September.
70 16 1981, October.
70 17 1981, November.
70 18 1981, December.
70 19 1982, January.
70 20 1982, February.
70 21 1982, March.
70 22 1982, April.
70 23 1982, May.
70 24 1982, June.
70 25 1982, July.
70 26 1982, August.
70 27 1982, September.
70 28 1982, October.
70 29 1982, November.
70 30 1982, December.
70 31 1982, Miscellaneous.
70 32 1983, January.
70 33 1983, February.
70 34 1983, March.
70 35 1983, April.
70 36 1983, May.
70 37 1983, June.
70 38 1983, July.
70 39 1983, August.
70 40 1983, September.
70 41 1983, October.
70 42 1983, November.
70 43 1983, December.
70 44 1983, Miscellaneous.
70 45 1984, January.
70 46 1984, February.
70 47 1984, March.
70 48 1984, April.
70 49 1984, May.
70 50 1984, June, 1-14.
70 51 1984, June, 15-30.
70 52 1984, July.
71 1 1984, August.
71 2 1984, September.
71 3 1984, October.
71 4 1984, November.
71 5 1984, December.
71 6 1984, Miscellaneous.
71 7 1985, January-March.
71 8 1985, April.
71 9 1985, May.
71 10 1985, June.
71 11 1985, July.
71 12 1985, August.
71 13 1985, September.
71 14 1985, October-December.
71 15 1985, Miscellaneous.
71 16 1986, January.
71 17 1986, February.
71 18 1986, March.
71 19 1986, April.
71 20 1986, May.
71 21 1986, June.
71 22 1986, July.
71 23 1986, August.
71 24 1986, September.
71 25 1986, October.
71 26-27 1986, November.
71 28 1986, December.
71 29 1986, Miscellaneous.
71 30 1987, January.
71 31 1987, February.
71 32 1987, March.
71 33 1987, April.
71 34 1987, May.
71 35 1987, June.
71 36 1987, July.
72 1 1987, August.
72 2 1987, September.
72 3 1987, October.
72 4 1987, November.
72 5 1987, December.
72 6 1987, Miscellaneous.
72 7 1988, January.
72 8 1988, February.
72 9 1988, March.
72 10 1988, April.
72 11 1988, May.
72 12 1988, June.
72 13 1988, July.
72 14 1988, August.
72 15 1988, September.
72 16 1988, October.
72 17 1988, November.
72 18 1988, December.
72 19 1989.
72 20 1990.
72 21 1991.
72 22 1992.
72 23 1993.
72 24 1993, César Chávez memorials.
72 25 1994.
72 26 1995.
72 27 1996.
72 28 1997.
72 29 1998.
72 30 1999.
72 31 2000.
72 32 2001.
72 33 2002.
72 34 2003.
72 35 2004.
72 36 2005.
73 1 2006, January-March.
73 2 2006, April.
73 3 2006, May-July.
73 4-6 Undated.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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73 7 Originals.


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