LULAC California State Directors' Papers

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California State University, Fullerton. Center for Oral and Public History
P.O. Box 6846
Fullerton, California 92834
(657) 278-3580
COPH@fullerton.edu
http://coph.fullerton.edu/
2014


Descriptive Summary

Title: LULAC California State Directors' Papers
Dates: 1976-2004
Collection Number: COPH MS-269
Creator/Collector: Joe Velez, 1976-1978 Trino Roman, 1978-1980 Larry Luera, 1980-1982 Anita Del Rio, 1982-1983 Frank Montoya, 1984-1985 Manny Marquez, 1986-1990 William Melendez, 1990-1991 Zeke Hernandez, 1991-1993 Margaret Pacheco, 1993-1994 Vera Marquez, 1994-1995 Mickie Solorio Luna, 2001 - 2004 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
Extent: 45 linear feet (77 Oversize document boxes)
Repository: California State University, Fullerton. Center for Oral and Public History
Fullerton, California 92834
Abstract: The Center for Oral and Public History, CSU Fullerton, is the official archival repository for the League of United Latin American Citizens, California (LULAC CA). The California State Directors' Papers collections seeks to preserve and provide access to the records and oral histories of all past LULAC California State Directors.
Language of Material: English

Access

Unrestricted

Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

LULAC California State Directors' Papers . California State University, Fullerton. Center for Oral and Public History

Acquisition Information

Donation, March 2013.

Biography/Administrative History

League of United Latino American Citizens (LULAC) has approximately 115,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. It is the largest and oldest Hispanic organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs operating at more than 700 LULAC councils nationwide. The organization involves and serves all Hispanic nationality groups. Established in 1929 in Corpus Christi, Texas; California LULAC was formed in 1946 with the chartering of the Santa Ana LULAC Council.

Scope and Content of Collection

The institutional records of past California State Directors of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), 1976-2004, include correspondence, publications, administrative documents, financial documents, and subject files. The Archive is organized by President, listed in alphabetical order. Additional files are listed by date of conference or event.

Indexing Terms

League of United Latin American Citizens.
LULAC National Education Service Centers.
SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc.
LULAC Foundation.
Discrimination in education--United States.
Discrimination in employment--United States.
Hispanic Americans--Civil rights.
Hispanic Americans--Economic conditions.
Hispanic Americans--Education.
Hispanic Americans--Employment.
Mexican Americans--Politics and government.
National Hispanic Media Coalition.
Mass media and minorities--United States.
Mexican Americans and mass media.
English-only movement--United States.
California--Emigration and immigration--Government policy-Public opinion.
Hispanic Americans--Archival resources.
Mexican Americans--Politics and government.
California. Proposition 187 (1994).
Affirmative action programs--Government policy--United States--History--20th century.
Police brutality--California--Los Angeles--History--20th century.
United States. Voting Rights Act HR 3112.
Velez, Joe.
Roman, Trino.
Luera, Lorenzo (Larry).
Del Rio, Anita.
Montoya, Frank.
Marquez, Manuel (Manny).
Melendez, William.
Hernandez, Zeke.
Pacheco, Margaret.
Marquez, Vera.
Luna, Mickie.
League of United Latin American Citizens.
California--History.

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