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Comision Femenil de Los Angeles Records, Part I
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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: Chicano Studies Research Center Library
    Title: Comision Femenil de Los Angeles Records, Part I
    Creator: Comision Femenil de Los Angeles
    Identifier/Call Number: 30
    Physical Description: 1.6 linear feet (4 boxes)
    Date (inclusive): 1963-2002
    Abstract: This is a collection of papers consisting of the CFLA's agendas, meetings, notes, events, brochures and newsletters. Comision Femenil de Los Angeles, founded in 1970, was primarily concerned with advancing the image, role and contributions of the Chicana to and in the community. Once established, the Comision provided leadership information and training for many of today's Chicana community leaders. During its time, the Comision published a newsletter, operated two bilingual child-development centers, and founded the Chicana Service Action Center.
    Physical Location: COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF. Advance notice required for access. Contact the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Library and Archive for paging information.

    Access

    Open for research.

    Acquisition Information

    Donated to The Regents of UCLA by Karin S. Davalos, President of C.F.L.A on behalf of the Comsion Femenil de Los Angeles. Deed on file at the CSRC Archive office, 180 Haines Hall, UCLA.

    Biographical / Historical

    Comision Femenil de Los Angeles, founded in 1970 was primarily concerned with advancing the image, role and contributions of the Chicana to and in the community. Once established, the Comision provided leadership information and training for many of today's Chicana community leaders. During its time, the Comision published a newsletter, operated two bilingual child-development centers, and founded the Chicana Service Action Center.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Comision Femenil de Los Angeles Records, Part I, 30, Chicano Studies Research Center, University of California, Los Angeles.

    Processing Information

    Processed by Michelle Simon and Michael Stone, 2007. Finding aid edited by Doug Johnson, 2019.

    Scope and Content

    The collection consists of the CFLA's agendas, meetings, notes, events, brochures, correspopndence, newsletters, and photographs.

    Publication Rights

    These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study pursuant to U.S. Copyright Law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of materials, including but not limited to infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research or otherwise should be fully credited with the source. The original authors may retain copyright to the materials.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Feminism
    Mexican American women
    Social justice
    Los Angeles (Calif.)
    Comisión Femenil Mexicana Nacional (U.S.)
    Chicana Service Action Center (Comisión Femenil Mexicana Nacional)