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Latino Community Justice Center Records, 1987-1991
MSS 079  
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This is a collection of case files from the Latino Community Justice Center. Each of the case files documents a complaint regarding misconduct/abuse on the part of police or sheriffs department personnel or misconduct/abuse on the part of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (I.N.S.). This collection also contains one administrative file from the Center.
The Latino Community Justice Center was formed by Antonio H. Rodriguez, Father Greg Boyle, S.J. and other community activists in 1987. It was established with the mission to provide amnesty and other legal services to the East Los Angeles community in general, and immigrant workers in particular. From their offices on Brooklyn Avenue in East Los Angeles, Antonio H. Rodriguez, Executive Director of the Center, and his staff conducted legal aid clinics for members of the community who had been victims of police misconduct or abuse.
3 legal document boxes; 1 linear foot
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