This collection consists of papers created and collected by Rosalio
Munoz regarding his involvement in the Chicano Movement and
related organizations from the late 1960s to the 2010s. It also has material on his family, particularly his father, Rosalio
F. Munoz. The collection
includes flyers, newsletters, correspondence, writings, ephemera, and photographs.
Rosalio Urias Munoz is a Los Angeles-based progressive social justice and peace activist, organizer, and writer/journalist.
He was born in Flagstaff, Arizona on June 29, 1946 and moved with his
family to Los Angeles a year later. His father, Rosalio F. Munoz, was born in Mexico, immigrating to the United States at
five years of age. His mother, Maria, was from third and fifth
generation immigrant families with earlier relatives migrating to the Tucson, Arizona area in the late 19th
century. Both parents worked their way through college in the 1930s and met as teachers in Arizona. His
father went on to get a Masters in Education at Arizona State Teachers College (now Arizona State University), an MSW at USC,
and a PhD in Education from USC. He was among the highest ranking Mexican American administrators in the Los Angeles school
district when he retired.
14.6 linear feet
(9 record storage cartons; 1 document box; 3 flat boxes; 2 oversize flat boxes; 1 ledger box)
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