The Catholic Human Relations Council Collection consists of the administrative and organizational records, and resource files
of a lay Catholic civil-rights organization of the 1960s and 1970s active in Los Angeles.
The Catholic Human Relations Council (CHRC) was founded in Los Angeles in 1963 and officially incorporated in January 1964,
with the purpose--according to its constitution--to "promote better relations among the people of this community through the
practical application of the Christian principles of charity and justice, as expressed by the Catholic bishops of the United
States in their joint statements of 1943, 1958, and 1963, and relevant papal encyclicals."
14 archival document boxes, 3 oversized document boxes, and 1 oversized folder.
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