The Gracia Molina de Pick Papers (1902-2013) document the personal, professional, and activist background of Molina de Pick and include: reports, correspondence,
promotional materials, organizational records, conference materials, legal documents, teaching materials, press clippings,
photographs, original artwork, and ephemera. The collection is divided into eight series, all organized alphabetically: Biographical, Writings, Correspondence, Education Materials, Women's Rights, Activism and Political Involvement, Buttons and Name Badges, and Art and Posters.
Gracia Molina de Pick, a prominent educator, feminist, and community activist, was born March 21, 1928 in Morelia, Michoacan.
Growing up, she was surrounded by a family of political reformers. In 1946 at age 18, she traveled to Paris to attend the
founding congress of the International Union of Socialist Youth, and subsequently behind the Iron Curtain to Yugoslavia to
help rebuild the country's railroads. This successful work marked the beginning of a lifetime of activism.
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