This collection contains programs, newspaper clippings, fliers, posters, and other materials related to race and ethnicity
both on and off the UC Riverside campus in the late 1960s. Topics addressed in the collection include information on ethnic
studies, African American students, Mexican American students, protests, and related campus events. The collection also includes
materials related to events and issues that happened off campus, such as housing discimination, farm worker strikes, and elections.
0.42 linear feet
(1 document case)
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The collection is open for research.