Correspondence, articles, journals, memos, minutes, fliers, hand-written notes, pamphlets. Topics include Chicano history,
culture, education, Chicano Indian relations, journalism, and movements for social justice.
"Betita" Martínez is a Chicana feminist and a long-time community organizer, activist, author, and educator. She has written
numerous books and articles on different topics relating to social movements in the Americas. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Martínez
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