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Finding Aid for the David Sanchez Papers 1971-2012
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David John Sanchez was born and raised in East Los Angeles. As a founding member of the Brown Berets, Sanchez was heavily involved with the Chicano civil and political movements of the late 1960s and 1970s. The collection consists of David Sanchez's resume, 2012 flyer for his run for the 40th District of Congress, a 1972 issue of La Causa, and a photographic print of the Brown Berets' "La Marcha de la Reconquista." The collection also includes two books by Sanchez, "Expedition Through Aztlan" and "Social Communication for Everyone." Both are located in CSRC library stacks. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu

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David John Sanchez was born and raised in East Los Angeles. He majored in History at Saint Stephens College (Los Angeles), graduating in 1974. He received a Ph.D. in Communications from the Union Institute and University (Cincinnati, OH) in 1978. Sanchez all earned a California Community College Instructors Credential in 1989.
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COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Open for research. Advance notice required for access. Use the archival research application http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/archival-research-application to page materials. Allow 72 hours for materials to be delivered. Contact the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Library for further paging information.