This is a collection of papers consisting of the
CFLA's agendas, meetings, notes, events, brochures and newsletters. Comision
Femenil de Los Angeles, founded in 1970, was primarily concerned with advancing
the image, role and contributions of the Chicana to and in the community. Once
established, the Comision provided leadership information and training for many
of today's Chicana community leaders. During its time, the Comision published a
newsletter, operated two bilingual child-development centers, and founded the
Chicana Service Action Center.
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