Finding Aid for the Steve Louie Asian American Movement collection, 1930-1980 (bulk 1964-1980)

Processed by Tiffany-Kay Sangwand in the Center for Primary Research and Training (CFPRT), with assistance from Kelley Bachli, 2008; machine-readable finding aid created by Caroline Cubé.
UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections
Manuscripts Division
Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
Box 951575
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
Email: spec-coll@library.ucla.edu
URL: http://www.library.ucla.edu/libraries/special/scweb/
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The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.


Descriptive Summary

Title: Steve Louie Asian American Movement collection
Date (bulk): 1930-1980 (bulk 1964-1980)
Collection number: 1805
Creator: Louie, Steve
Extent: 3 boxes (1.5 linear feet) 6 oversize boxes
Abstract: The Steve Louie Asian American Movement collection contains materials produced during the organizing efforts of the Asian American Movement of the 1960s-1970s. The collection includes newspapers, subject files, posters, t-shirts, buttons and other ephemera. The items were gathered from across the U.S., but the majority of holdings are from California. Steve Louie, an Asian American activist, compiled the collection.
Language: Finding aid is written in English, some Chinese.
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Open for research. Advance notice required for access. Contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright.

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Steve Louie, May 1997.

Processing Note

Processed by Tiffany-Kay Sangwand in the Center for Primary Research and Training (CFPRT), with assistance from Kelley Bachli, 2008. Finding aid is based on collection descriptions written by Steve Louie.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Steve Louie Asian American Movement collection (Collection Number 1805). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

Biography

Steve Louie, an Asian-American activist, compiled the Steve Louie Asian-American Movement Collection which focuses on the Asian American Movement that spanned the late 1960s and 1970s. Louie participated in the Asian American Movement across the U.S., but spent the majority of his time in California.
In 1949, Steve Louie was born in San Francisco. In 1967, Louie was accepted to Occidental College. He was heavily influenced by the Black Panther Party and Mao Tse- Tung, which led him to first volunteer at a community storefront in Watts and then join the Los Angeles chapter of the Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA). He was a founding member of the Asian Alliance, the first Asian student group at Occidental that successfully organized the first Asian American history class and was an active member in the Third World student coalition. During his junior year in 1969, Louie received the Richter Fellowship which enabled him to travel to San Francisco, Boston, and New York and participate in the Asian American Movement taking place in these respective cities. During his time on the east coast, Louie met comrade and colleague, Glenn Omatsu, who was organizing at Yale.
After completing his junior year, Louie left school to become a full-time organizer in the growing Asian American movement. He moved to San Francisco and initially worked with the Japanese Community Youth Council in Japantown. While working in Japantown in 1971, he helped form Joint Communications, a support program for Asian prisoners in Northern California. He also began working at the Asian Community Center in Chinatown and became an active member of organizations such as U.S.-China Friendship Association and Wei Min She (Serve the People), an Asian American anti-imperialist organization. In 1973, he began working on a truck dock as both a worker and a labor organizer.
While he was a part of Wei Min She, he served as a photographer and the co-editor for the organization's publication, Wei Min. The organization operated out of the Asian Community Center, located in the basement of the International Hotel (a low-income housing building for the elderly) in San Francisco's Chinatown. The geographic location was significant not only for its proximity to the Asian community, but also as a site of struggle for tenants' rights. Louie was one of the many active community members against the eviction of International Hotel residents in 1977. While working at the Asian Community Center in 1971, Louie met his wife Mary Chin with whom he started a family.
In addition to his work as a labor organizer and member of Wei Min She, Louie has worked closely with organizing Asian-American Studies centers in colleges and universities across the U.S., anti-war (Vietnam) actions, Marxist-Leninist-Mao Tse-Tung study groups, Asian-American prisoners, and Japanese-American youth. In 1997, Louie and Omatsu co-taught a course at UCLA entitled, "The Asian American Movement," which examined the Movement, its legacy, and its relevance to current social struggles. They further collaborated to edit the anthology, Asian Americans: The Movement and the Moment, which was published in 2001 by the UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press.
Steve Louie currently resides in San Francisco and is semi-retired.

Scope and Content

The collection contains a variety of media - newspapers, subject files, posters, buttons, and t-shirts. The materials were generated by the collective efforts of students, community organizations, activists, and independent political presses as a means of political organizing during the Asian American Movement of the 1960s-1970s. The materials reflect the breadth of political ideologies and organizations represented within the Asian American movement. They intend to provide an overall but not comprehensive view of the Movement. Louie also collected a handful of materials produced by other movement struggles such as the Black Panther Party, Black Liberation Front, the United Farmworkers Union, and the Revolutionary Communist Party. The photocopied newsletters from the Japanese American Committee for Democracy (New York) were produced during World War II and represent some of the oldest materials in the collection; the dates span from 1945 to 1947.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is organized into five series based on type of medium - newspapers, subject files, posters, buttons, and t-shirts. The organization of the collection adheres to the original order of the collector Steve Louie, with the exception of materials that were obviously out of order chronologically or alphabetically.
  1. Newspapers
  2. Subject Files
  3. Posters
  4. Buttons
  5. T-shirts

Processing Note

When the collection was donated to UCLA in 1997, Steve Louie provided an item level description of the collection. The collection's original organization has been maintained and Louie's descriptions are the basis of the finding aid. In January 2008 the collection was processed by Tiffany-Kay Sangwand, with assistance from Kelley Bachli in the Center for Primary Research and Training (CFPRT).

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Louie, Steve --Archives.
Political activists --California --Archival resources.
Asian American Political Alliance (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Wei Min Shè.

Related Material

Microfilm of the collection is available at the UCLA Asian American Studies Center. For more information, go to the Center's website at http://www.aasc.ucla.edu/default.asp  , or call 310-825-5043.

Container List

 

Series 1. Newspapers

Scope and Content Note

The Newspapers series contains longer runs of better known community newspapers as well as individual issues of smaller publications. The main newspapers represented in the collection are Gidra , Asian American Political Alliance, Red Guard Community News, Getting Together, and Wei Min. The collection does not contain complete runs of these newspapers.
Box 1 of newspapers contains Asian American Political Alliance, Gidra and miscellaneous publications organized alphabetically and chronologically. Box 2 and Box 9 contain Getting Together and Wei Min organized chronologically, respectively.
Steve Louie created a subject index to guide users through the newspapers. The index categories are as follows: campus struggles for Asian American Studies, anti-Vietnam War / struggles against imperialism, International Hotel / struggle against community destruction, labor struggles, Asian American women: the woman's question, U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship, Asian American organizations, international situation, resources for Asian American Studies, and polemics.
The Campus Struggles for Asian American Studies category refers to articles on college campuses' struggle for Ethnic Studies, high school organizing against repression and for curricular reform, and community organizing around busing, bilingual education and curriculum reform.
The Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against Imperialism category refers to articles on anti-war actions and the U.S.' political involvement with Vietnam.
The Labor Struggles category refers to articles on the labor history of Asian Americans, organizing within the garment industry, restaurants and the U.S. Postal Service.
The Asian American Women: The Woman's Question category refers to articles written on sexism within the movement and Asian American community.
The U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship category refers to articles on meetings between Americans and visiting Chinese through the U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship Association.
The Asian American Organizations category refers to articles relating to the Wei Min She of the San Francisco Chinatown, the Asian American Political Alliance and Third World Liberation Front at UC Berkeley, the Asian American Political Alliance at San Francisco State College, the Asian Americans for Action of New York City and I Wor Kuen of New York and San Francisco's Chinatown.
The International Situation category refers to articles on world politics outside of Asia.
The Resources for Asian American Studies category refers to articles with themes of identity, history, interethnic solidarity, arts and culture, and model minority stereotype of Asian Americans.
The Polemics category relates to articles on the political differences between organizations.
Box 1, Folder 1

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley volume 1, number 2 1969 January

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Asian Experience in America conference, p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against Imperialism - Draft counselors needed in Chinatown, p.4
Asian American Political Alliance was first published in 1968 at UC Berkeley by the group of the same name. The newspaper was published irregularly and primarily served as an organizing tool for the establishment of Asian American Studies and Ethnic Studies. The newspaper also featured issues of community and international interest as they were seen as being relevant and integral to Asian American Studies.
Box 1, Folder 2

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley 1968 November-December

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Asian American Studies at UC Berkeley, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinatown and the Chinese in the U.S., p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Concentration camps, p.3
Box 1, Folder 3

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley volume 1, number 3, Third World Power undated

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Fight for Ethnic Studies, p.1
Box 1, Folder 4

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley volume 1, number 4 undated

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Asian students statewide conference, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - S.I. Hayakawa and Japanese Americans, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Red Guard rally in San Francisco Chinatown, p.4
Box 1, Folder 5

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley volume 1, number 5, Japan Week September 1969 Summer (September?)

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - U.S. out of Okinawa, Anti-Security Pact, p.2
  • Asian American Women - Women's liberation, p.4
  • Campus struggles - Asian Studies, p.7
Box 1, Folder 6

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley volume 1, number 6 1969 October

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against Imperialism - Ho Chi Minh, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggle against Community Destruction - I-Hotel, p.3
Box 1, Folder 7

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley volume 2, number 1 1969 November

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against Imperialism - Asians march for the Vietnamese people, p.1
  • Labor struggles - The Cooperative: A viable alternative for garment factory workers, p.4
Box 1, Folder 8

Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance (AAPA) Newspaper, UC Berkeley volume 2, number 2 1969-1970 December-February New Year Edition

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Legal defense, p.3
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Vietnam will win, p.4
  • International hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Asian hotel, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Pilgrimage to Manzanar, p.8
Box 1, Folder 9

Item No. 1 Dare to Struggle, students at George Washington High School, San Francisco volume 1, number 1 1971 April 27

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - American war crimes against the Vietnamese, p.2
  • Campus struggles - May 5 walkout at Washington High School, p.4
Box 1, Folder 10

Item No. 1 Dare to Struggle, students at George Washington High School, San Francisco volume 1, number 2 1971 May 24

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Washington High victory, p.3
Box 1, Folder 11

Item No. 1 New Dawn, J-Town Collective volume 1, number 1 undated

Scope and Content Note

  • Asian American women - Women's health team, p.3
  • Campus struggles - Alternative education, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Interview with an Asian ex-con, p.4
  • Campus struggles - Poor high school education at Washington high, p.8
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Police brutality, p.15
English language newspaper published by the J Town Collective in San Francisco.
Box 1, Folder 12

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 1 1969 April

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Anti-imperialism ("The Third World"), p.1
  • Asian American women -"Yellow prostitution," p.2
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Asian pride ("yellow power"), p.3
Box 1, Folder 13

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 2 1969 May

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources for Asian American Studies - S.I. Hayakawa attacks Gidra, p.1
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Dr. Noguchi struggles to remain coroner, p.1
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Model minority myth, p.3
  • Campus struggles - Asian Center at UCLA, p.4
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - World War II internment of Japanese Americans and Title II of Internal Security Act, p.5
  • Campus struggles - UCLA class on "Orientals in America," p.6
Box 1, Folder 14

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 3 1969 June

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Asian American Student Alliance at UCLA, p.1
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Persecution of Dr. Noguchi, p.1
Box 1, Folder 15

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 4 1969 July

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Asian American Experimental College, p.1
  • Asian American organizations - Yellow brotherhood, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Misunderstanding in Chinatown, p.4
  • Campus struggles - Asian students state Campbell Hall position, p.7
Box 1, Folder 16

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 5 1969 August

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus resources - High potential at UCLA, p.2
  • Asian American women - Ethnic beauty contest and JACL, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese in Los Angeles., p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Japanese in Los Angeles, p.7
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Korean Americans, p.8
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Filipino immigrants, p.9
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Community organizations, p.11
One of the most well-known Asian American movement newspapers and was first published in 1969. Students organizing for Asian American Studies at UCLA started the newspaper, but it soon evolved into a newspaper for the wider Asian American community in Los Angeles. The newspaper was published monthly and in English only; its main readership consisted of youth. The newspaper's namesake was Ghidra, a monster in Japanese cinema.
Box 1, Folder 17

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 6 1969 September

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Permanent minority student program in Campbell Hall, UCLA, p.1
  • Campus struggles - High potential program at UCLA, p.1
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Japanese American wartime internment, p.6
Box 1, Folder 18

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 7 1969 October

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Asian American Studies conference at Berkeley, p.2
  • International situation - Okinawa, p.5
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Identity, p.7
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Yellow pride in America, p.8
  • Campus struggles - Asian American Studies nationwide, p.12
Box 1, Folder 19

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 8 1969 November

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Vietnam Moratorium Day, p.2
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Pioneer Center opens in Little Tokyo, p.3
  • Campus struggles - High potential at UCLA, p.3
  • Campus struggles - Ethnic Studies, p.4
  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - Redevelopment in Little Tokyo, p.7
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Anti-Vietnam War, p.8
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - the Nisei, p.10
  • Campus struggles - Struggles at Yale, p.12
Box 1, Folder 20

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 1, number 9 1969 December

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Asians march for peace, p.2
  • Campus struggles - Asian Radical Movement arrested at UCLA, p.3
  • Campus struggles - High potential at UCLA, p.3
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Asian foreign policy, p.7
Box 1, Folder 21

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 1 1970 January

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Vietnam war protests, p.2
  • Campus struggles - High potential at UCLA, p.3
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Aid to American Indians at Alcatraz, p.3
  • Asian American women - White men, p.5
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Dr. Noguchi, p.6
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Manzanar, p.9
  • Campus struggles - Asian American tutorial program, p.12
Box 1, Folder 22

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 2 1970 February

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Peace march, p.2
  • Campus struggles - Cal State Los Angeles Asian Studies class, p.2
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Peace march and speech by Warren Furutani, p.5
Box 1, Folder 23

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 3 1970 March

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Repression at San Fernando Valley State, p.3
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Nature of racism, p.4
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Asians support American Indians at Alcatraz, p.6
  • Campus struggles - Educational opportunities program at Cal State Long Beach, p.9
Box 1, Folder 24

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 4, Anniversary Issue 1970 April

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Asians for peace, p.3
  • Campus struggles - Gidra banned at UCLA, p.4
  • Campus struggles - Cal State Long Beach Asian Studies, p.8
  • Asian American organizations - Yellow brotherhood, p.18
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Analysis of Nixon's welfare proposal, p.19
Box 1, Folder 25

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 5 1970 May

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - High potential at UCLA cut, p.2
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) converge on student anti-war protest, p.3
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Asians support Black Panthers, p.4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - The ballad of Ho Chi Minh, p.9
Box 1, Folder 26

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 6 1970 June/July

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - UCLA Asian students struggle against the war, p.3
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Nature of GI racism, p/4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Cal State Long Beach Asians support anti-war struggle, p.5
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Quotes from the Asian War, p.7
  • International situation - JACL and the U.S.-Japan Security Pact, p.10
  • Resources for Asian American Studies - Interview with Bobby Seale, p.14
Box 1, Folder 27

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 7 1970 August

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - JACL convention in Chicago, p.4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Hiroshima and Nagasaki, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Understanding the Asian American experience, p.12
Box 1, Folder 28

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 8 1970 September

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Hiroshima and Nagasaki, p.4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Chicano Moratorium, p.5
  • International situation - Movement in Japan, p.7
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Soledad Brothers, p.12
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Conscientious objection, p.16
Box 1, Folder 29

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 2, number 9 1970 October

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Chicano Moratorium, p.10
  • Asian American organizations - Search to involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA), p.12
Box 1, Folder 30

Item No. 1 Gidra: The News Magazine of the Asian American Community, Los Angeles volume 3, number 1 1971 January

Scope and Content Note

  • Asian American women - GIs and Asian women, p.4
  • Asian American women -Women workers, p.6
  • Asian American women - Sexist contradictions in the movement, p.8
  • Asian American women - Women and herstory, p.9
  • Asian American women - Male perspective, p.13
Box 1, Folder 31

Item No. 1 Gum San Po, Vancouver volume 1, number 1 undated

Scope and Content Note

  • History of Chinese and Japanese in Canada, p.1 and p.4
  • Tourism in Chinatown, p.3
Newspaper of Chinese and Japanese Canadians in Vancouver.
Box 1, Folder 32

Item No. 1 Save International Hotel 1970 February

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - History of I-Hotel, p.2
Box 1, Folder 33

Item No. 1 International Hotel: Paunawa 1970 October

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Manilatown, p.2
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - History of struggle, p.3
1 copy.
Box 1, Folder 34

Item No. 1 Red Guard Community News volume 1, number 1 1969 March 12

Scope and Content Note

  • Asian American organizations - Red Guards organizational structure, rules, and philosophy, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinatown riot is miseducation, p.3
First published in 1969 in San Francisco Chinatown. The newspaper aimed to educate and organize the community, especially youth. The English and Chinese language newspaper was irregularly published.
Box 1, Folder 34

Item No. 2 Red Guard Community News volume 1, number 2 1969 April 09

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Police brutality, p.1
  • Campus struggles - Student power, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Racism in Chinatown, p.3
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Save Chinatown playground, p.7
In English, Chinese
Box 1, Folder 34

Item No. 3 Red Guard Community News volume 1, number 3 1969 June 25

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.3
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Save Chinatown playground, p.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Breakfast programs, p.3
  • Labor struggles - History of Asian American labor, p.4
In English, Chinese
Box 1, Folder 35

Item No. 1 Red Guard Community News volume 1, number 4 1969 September 08

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Racist education at Oakland Tech, p.3
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Asian draft help, p.5
  • Labor struggles - History of Asian American labor, p.4
  • International situation - Japan Week, U.S.-Japan Security Pact, p.6
In English, Chinese
Box 1, Folder 36

Item No. 1 Rodan, Northern California Asian Community volume 1, number 2 1970 August

Scope and Content Note

  • Asian American organizations - Yellow seed of Stockton, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Community updates and service, p.4
Box 1, Folder 37

Item No. 1 The San Francisco Journal volume 2, number 4 1977 August 10

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel - Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel eviction coverage
A San Francisco based English language weekly which covered Asian American issues.
Box 1, Folder 38

Item No. 1 Radical Student Union, UC Berkeley, Strike Strike Strike Chronology 1969 March 13

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Strike chronology, p.1
Published by the mostly white students in Radical Student Union who supported the Third World Liberation Front.
Box 1, Folder 39

Item No. 1 Taishu: Japanese American Journal volume 1, number 1 1973 April

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - University research for whom?, p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Ceasefire and Vietnamese victory, p.2
  • Asian American women - International Women's Day, p.4
  • Labor struggles - Farah strike, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - p.8
English language publication by Asian American youth in San Francisco.
Box 1, Folder 40

Item No. 1 Third World Liberation Front / UC Berkeley, Solidarity undated

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Proposals for departments of Ethnic Studies, p.2
Box 1, Folder 41

Item No. 1 Third World Liberation Front / UC Berkeley, What do 'you people" want?... undated

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Student strike demands, p.2
Box 1, Folder 42

Item No. 1 Third World Liberation Front and Strike Support Committee, UC Berkeley, Huelga! 1969 (?)

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Operating struggles for Third World departments, p.3
Box 1, Folder 43

Item No. 1 Bay Area Asian Student Coalition (BAASC), May 4, 1919/1969 undated

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.1
  • Labor struggles - Delano weekend, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - May 4 Movement (Chinese history), p.3
Box 1, Folder 44

Item No. 1 Chinatown committee, Save Chinatown!!! As a community for our people undated

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - Housing for the elderly, p.2
  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - Intervention of big business, p.2
Box 1, Folder 45

Item No. 1 National Diao-yu Islands Action Committee, Tiao-yu Tai Special 1971 March

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggles against imperialism - Tiao-Yu Tai incident (refers to Japan's attempt to take the islands from China), p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggles against imperialism - Revival of Japanese imperialism, p.4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggles against imperialism - Tiao-Yu Tai incident and the "Taiwan Independence Movement," p.6
Box 1, Folder 46

Item No. 1 Tooyoo-do, Japanese Community Youth Council volume 1, number 1 1970 July

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Asian American Movement in San Jose, p.2
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Draft counseling, p.2
Tooyoo-do is the predecessor of Rodan which focused on the Japanese American communities in the Bay Area of California, and
Box 1, Folder 47

Item No. 1 Statewide Committee for Asian Solidarity Why an ASIAN War? undated

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Asian community teach-in, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Big business destroying the Asian community, p.4
Box 1, Folder 48

Item No. 1 The Worker for the Bay Area 1977 February 06

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - International Hotel, p.14
A short supplement that focuses on the decade-long campaign to halt evictions at the International Hotel in San Francisco Chinatown/Manilatown.
Box 2, Folder 1

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 1, number 1 1970 February

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Problems in Chinatown, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - "Serve the people," medical care, p.4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Anti-draft, p.4
  • Campus struggles / Struggles against racist education, p.7
  • Campus struggles / Fight for better schools needs Chinese Power, p.8
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Concentration camps, p. 10
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Anti-Vietnam war, p.12
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Police brutality against people of color, p.14
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Platform of Black Panther Party, p.15
Getting Together began in New York Chinatown in 1970 and was published by the organization I Wor Kuen. By February 1971, the distribution expanded to San Francisco Chinatown. It was published in both English and Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 2

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 1, number 2 1970 April

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - New York Chinatown, p.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Huey Newton and the Black Panthers, p.6
  • Campus struggles - Struggles in high school, Haaren High, p.7
  • Asian American organizations - Asians against the Vietnam War, p.1
In English, Chinese
Box 2, Folder 3

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 1, number 3 1970 July

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese American history, p.3
  • Campus struggles - Asian students demonstrate at Rutgers, p.8
In English, Chinese
Box 2, Folder 4

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 1, number 4 1970 August

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Chinese seamen organize, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese American history, p.5
In English, Chinese
Box 2, Folder 5

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 1, number 5 1970 September-October

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - I Wor Kuen free health clinic, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese American history, p.3
In English, Chinese
Box 2, Folder 5

Item No. 2 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 1, number 5, extra 1970 September-October

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 6

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 1, number 6 1970 November-December

Scope and Content Note

  • Woman's question - Asian woman's story, p.2
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Meat inspectors invade Chinatown, p.6
  • International situation - Life in New Asia, p. 16
  • I-Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Police harassment, p.19
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 7

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 1 1971 January

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 8

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco Special West Coast Edition 1971 February

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Shutdown of leeways, p.1
  • International hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Build housing, not hotels for tourists, p.2
  • International situation - Defend Tiao Yu Tai, p.4
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 9

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 2 1971 March

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Laundry workers strike, p.2
  • Labor struggles - Chinese seamen strike, p.6
In English, Chinese
Box 2, Folder 10

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 3 1971 April

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - New York Chinatown repression on I Work Kuen, p.4
  • International situation - Friendship first, p.10
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 11

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 4 1971 May

Scope and Content Note

  • Woman question - Sisters meet across 10,000 miles, p.2
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Asian brother splits army, p.5
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 12

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 5 1971 June

Scope and Content Note

  • Asian American Women - Women in Chinatown, p.3
  • Campus struggles - High school students unite, p.4
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 13

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 6 1971 July-August

Scope and Content Note

  • Asian American organizations - National I Wor Kuen, p.2
  • Asian American organizations - Asian legal services and end to police harassment, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Child care, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Drug abuse, p.9
  • International situation - Communist China, p.12
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 14

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco Special supplement undated

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 14

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 7 1971 September-October

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Decent education, p.3
  • International Situation - Against the Nixon Two-China Policy, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Long live George Jackson, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Struggle at Attica, p.7
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Police raids in Chinatown, p.8
  • International situation - Thailand, p.9
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Welcome from Chinese ambassador, p.11
  • International situation - Nixon to China, p.12
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Special supplement, statement of support by Chinese in America for United Nations recognition of the People's Republic of China
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 15

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 8 1971 November

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - China Yes! Taiwan No!, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Prisoners, p.6
  • International situation - Defeat U.S. backed governments in Southeast Asia, p.8
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 16

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 2, number 9 1971 December

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - Representatives of the People's Republic of China arrive and attend United Nations, p.2
  • International situation - Pro-KMT activities, p.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese community protests for better health care, p.4
  • International situation - Japanese workers against militarism, p.5
  • International situation - Issues in Pakistan, p.6
  • International situation - China against social imperialism, p.7
  • International situation - Interview with Chou En-Lai, p.8
  • International situation - China making revolution daily, p.10
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 17

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 1 1972 January

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - Nixon's economic plan
  • International situation - Chairman Mao, "all reactionaries are paper tigers," p.7
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Community health, p.8
  • International situation - China, army and people are one, p.10
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 18

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 2 1972 March 03-17

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - Nixon in China, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Young Lords Party leader convicted, p.3
  • International situation - China's youth, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Cultural poems, p.7
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 19

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 3 1972 March 18-31

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Opening of Teamsters office in Chinatown, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - p.2
  • Woman Question - Women lead the way, p.3
  • Asian American organizations - J Town Collective, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Alaska cannery workers, p.7
  • International situation - Chinese in Japan, p.8
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 20

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 4 1972 April 01-14

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - NY seamstresses on strike, p.1
  • International situation - Nixon peace plan, p.1
  • Campus struggles - City College of new York students sit in for Asian Studies, p.1
  • Asian American women - Women's conference in Hawaii, p.3
  • International situation - News in China, p.5
  • International situation - Chinese in Japan, p.6
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 21

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 6 1972 April 29 - May 12

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Asian Americans support Vietnamese people, p.1
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Chinese community greets ping pong team, p.1
  • Campus struggles - City College of New York students win Asian Studies, p.2
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Police killings, p.3
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Vietnam winning, p.4
  • International situation - Harvest distribution on commune, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Personal account of Chinese workers in the U.S. and the California Chinese Workers' Mutual Aid Association, p.7
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 22

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 10 1972 June 24 - July 07

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Protest against AMA, p.1
  • International situation - Hong Kong a British colony, p.6
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 23

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 12 1972 2 July 02 - August 05

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Memorial for slain union of Vietnamese activist Nguyen Thai Binh, p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Why did the U.S. drop atom bombs?, p.1
  • Polemics - Reformism, p.3
  • International situation - MPLA liberation fighters in Africa, p.5
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 24

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 13 1972 August 05-19

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Inadequate health care in Chinatown, p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Soviet Union: new imperialism, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Young Lords, I Wor Kuen, etc. participate in anti-imperialist conference, p.3
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 25

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 14 1972 August 20 - September 03

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Los Angeles police harass Chinese community, p.5
  • Labor struggles - Strike at emporium, p.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Reparations for interned Japanese, p.4
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 26

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 15 1972 September 02-15

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - KMT heroin dealers arrested, p.1
  • International situation - Relations between china and Japan analyzed, p.4
  • International situation - Angola fight for liberation, p.5
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 27

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 18 1972 October 22 - November 04

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - BART may threaten communities
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Problems with Kung Fu, p.4
In English, Chinese.
Box 2, Folder 28

Item No. 1 Getting Together, I Wor Kwen, San Francisco volume 3, number 22 1972 December 16-29

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Workers struggle at Asian Gardens, p.1
  • Campus struggles - Students support Southern University struggle, p.1
  • Labor struggles - Discrimination at GE Corporation, p.2
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against Imperialism - Anti-Vietnam War, p.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Ruchell Magee on trial, p.4
  • International situation - Health care in China, p.6
  • International situation - Mozambique guerrilla leader, p.7
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 1

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 1 1971 October

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Chinatown co-op for a better garment factory, p.3
  • Campus struggles - Community schools, p.4
  • International situation - U.S.-China relations influencing American treatment of Chinese
Wei Min was first published in 1971 by Wei Min She, a San Francisco Chinatown organization of which Louie was a part. The newspaper was originally published monthly but changed to bi-monthly in 1974. It was published in both English and Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 2

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 2 1971 November

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Community schools, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Problems with War on Poverty, p.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Busing news, p.5
  • Campus struggles - Struggles for Asian Studies at Berkeley, p.8
  • International situation - Art of New China, p.10
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 3

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 3 1971 December

Scope and Content Note

  • Asian American women - Asian redefining their role, p.4
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Medical care for the Chinese community, p.6
  • International situation - Who's behind the dope trade?, p.10
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese images in the media, p.11
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 4

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 4 1972 January

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Busing and community schools. P.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese images in the media, p.7
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 5

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 5 1972 February

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - Nixon's visit to China, p.1
  • Campus struggles - Community schools, p.4
  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.5
  • International Hotel / Struggles against community destruction - Community park p.7
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese images in the media, p.8
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 6

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 6 1972 March

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - China and global impact, p.1
  • Campus struggles - Bilingual and bicultural education for minority students in Chinatown, p.3
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.4
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Community food programs, p.5
  • Asian American Women - International Women's Day, p.7
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 7

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 7-8 1972 April-May

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Right to decent wage for restaurant workers, p.3
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - April 22 anti-war demonstration in San Francisco, p.12
  • Campus struggles - Struggle for Asian Studies at City College of New York, p.13
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - China table tennis team, p.14
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 8

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 9 1972 June

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Cost of war versus housing, p.3
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Asian American visit to China, p.8
  • Labor struggles - New York Chinese garment workers, p.10
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 9

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 10 1972 July

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Inadequate health care at General Hospital, p.3
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.4
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 10

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 1, number 11-12 1972 August-September

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - City's low priority on low income housing, p.5
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Controversy over inadequate medical services, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Police brutality in Chinatown, p.7
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Nixon peace plan, p.9
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 11

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 2, number 1 1972 October

Scope and Content Note

  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction -Community problems with HUD, p.1
  • International situation - Anti-Kuomintang, p.3
  • Labor struggles - No on Prop 22 (anti-labor initiative), p.4
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Chinese farm labor history, p.5
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Friendship with China, p.12
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 12

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 2, number 2 1972 November

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - March Fong: Is she serving the people? P.2
  • Labor struggles - Racism and the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, p.3
  • International situation - U.S. and South Korea and reunification, p.4
  • International situation - Philippine democracy and martial law, p.5
  • International situation - China and world issues, p.7
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Nixon rally, p.8
  • International situation / U.S. and USSR, p.10
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 13

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 2, number 3 1972 December

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Seven teachers quit "anti-busing" classes, p.3
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Seattle Asians fight for Chinatown housing, p.4
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Murder and racism in Louisiana, p.6
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Nixon space talks, p.8
  • International situation - Korean reunification, p.9
  • International situation - Cultural revolution, p.11
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 14

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 2, number 4 1973 January

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - End to U.S. war against Vietnam
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Anti-busing movement, p.4
  • Labor struggles - Labor conflict at Asia Gardens, p.5
  • Labor struggles - Garment workers strike, p.6
  • International situation - Chinese cultural revolution, p.9
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 15

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 2, number 5 1973 February

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Cuts to Asian working class, p.1
  • Asian American women - International Women's day
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Vietnamese people's struggle, p.4
  • Labor struggles - Strike against garment plant, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Anti-busing movement, p.8
  • Labor struggles - Labor movement in Chinatown, p.9
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 16

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 2, number 6-7 1973 March-April

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American studies - Wounded Knee, p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Military spending, p.4
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Ceasefire signed in Laos, p.5
  • Labor struggles - Wage control, p.6
  • Labor struggles - Farah strike support, p.7
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 17

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 2, number 9 1973 June

Scope and Content Note

  • Campus struggles - Fight to maintain community orientation of Asian Studies at Berkeley, p.1
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Politicians hurt Chinese community, p.1
  • International situation - Philippine Consul quits Marcos camp, p.4
  • Labor struggles - Farmworkers are on strike, p.5
  • Labor struggles - Chinese labor history, p.7
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Chinese gymnasts visit, p.8
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 18

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 3, number 2 1973 November

Scope and Content Note

  • International situation - Arab-Israeli conflict and Zionist ideology, p.1
  • Campus struggles - Potential teacher strike in Oakland, p.1
  • Labor struggles - Garment workers' victory, p.3
  • Labor struggles - Boycott Mervyn's, p.8
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against Imperialism - Political prisoners, Saigon, p.9
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 19

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 3, number 5 1974 March-April

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - City workers on strike, p.1
  • Polemics - Symbionese Liberation Army, p.2
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Bilingual education, p.5
  • Labor struggles - Postal workers, p.9
  • International situation - South Africa, p.10
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 20

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 3, number 8 1974 July-August

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Garment workers shut down, p.1
  • Campus struggles - National era of student struggle, p.4
  • Woman question - Confucianism and women, p.6
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 21

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 3, number 9 1974 September

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Hysteria against immigrant workers, p.1
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Chinese and American Peoples' friendship, p.1
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Deportation of Vietnamese students, p.3
  • Labor struggles - Chinatown workers festival, p.7
  • International situation - Ethiopian students speak out, p.8
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 22

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 4, number 1 1974 October-November

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Struggles of immigrant workers, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.4
  • Labor struggles - Jung Sai workers keep the heat on, p.5
  • Asian American women - Japanese women's forum, p.7
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 23

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 4, number 2 1974-1975 December-January

Scope and Content Note

  • Labor struggles - Jung Sai workers strike, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.4
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - People rising up in Hawaii, p.5
  • Asian American women - Immigrant women workers, p.7
  • U.S.-China Peoples' Friendship - Trip to China, p.11
  • International situation - Major victory for Palestine Liberation Organization, p.10
  • International situation - Opposition to President Ford's visit to Asia, p.13
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 24

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 4, number 3 1975 April-May

Scope and Content Note

  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Indochinese on verge of victory, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.1
  • Woman question - Women in struggle, p.7
  • International situation - Conflict in the Middle East, p.9
  • International situation - Working class rule in China, p.12
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Revolutionary history in Chinatown, p.13
In English, Chinese.
Box 9, Folder 25

Item No. 1 Wei Min: Chinese Community News, Wei Min She, San Francisco volume 4, number 4 1975 June-July

Scope and Content Note

  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Huge protest against police brutality, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - I-Hotel, p.1
  • International Hotel / Struggle against community destruction - Oakland tenants organize, p.3
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Revolutionary history in Chinatown, p.5
  • Labor struggles - Demands for jobs, p.6
  • Resources in Asian American Studies - Fight deportation of foreign born, p.8
  • Anti-Vietnam War / Struggle against imperialism - Liberation for Indochinese, p.9
  • International situation - Protests in Korea, p.10
In English, Chinese.
 

Series 2. Subject Files

Scope and Content Note

The Subject Files series complement the information covered in the newspapers. They contain additional information related to Asian American organizations, such as Asian Americans for Action (New York City), Wei Min She (San Francisco), Japanese American Committee for Democracy (New York City), Asian American Political Alliance (UC Berkeley), Asian American Concern (UC Davis), U.S.-Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association (San Francisco), and other student groups at the high school and university level across California and on the east coast. The subject files also include materials related to anti-Vietnam War efforts, the International Hotel, curriculum materials and the establishment of Asian American Studies and centers in colleges and universities across the U.S., Asian American conferences, and postal workers' organizing.
The first half of the subject files, from Asian Americans for Action to U.S.-Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association, is material that directly relates to Asian American organizing. The second half from Postal Workers to Miscellaneous Movements' Materials relates to organizing efforts by other communities.
Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 1 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Newsletter volume 1, number 2 1969 July

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 2 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Newsletter volume 1, number 3 1969 October

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 3 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Newsletter volume 1, number 4 undated

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 4 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Newsletter volume 2, number 1 1970 February

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 5 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Newsletter volume 2, number 2 1970 October

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 6 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 1 1972-1973 December-January

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 7 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Flyer on U.S.-Japan Security Treaty undated

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 8 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Flyer on U.S.-Japan Security Treaty, advertising event on June 20 1970

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 9 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Circular letter 1970 February

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 10 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Circular letter 1970 June 07

Box 5, Folder 1

Item No. 11 Asian Americans for Action, New York City: Clipping from unknown newspaper on "N.Y. Asian American Action Group States Purpose in Newsletter" undated

Box 5, Folder 2

Item No. 1 Wei Min She: Newsletter number 1 published by Asian Community Center 1970 July 11

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
Box 5, Folder 2

Item No. 2 Wei Min She: Asian people's newsletter number 4 published by the Asian Community Center 1970 September 27

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
Box 5, Folder 2

Item No. 3 Wei Min She: Asian people's newsletter number 5 published by the Asian Community Center 1970 October 23

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
Box 5, Folder 2

Item No. 4 Wei Min She: Asian people's newsletter number 6 published by the Asian Community Center 1970 December 03

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
Box 5, Folder 2

Item No. 5 Wei Min She: Photocopied typed manuscript with annotations, untitled 1973 April

Box 5, Folder 2

Item No. 6 Wei Min She: Typed manuscript with annotations, titled "Activities of the Asian Community Center, first draft" undated

Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 1 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 1 1945 March

Physical Description: photocopy.
Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 2 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 2 1945 April

Physical Description: photocopy.
Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 3 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 3 1945 May

Physical Description: photocopy.
Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 4 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 4 1945 June

Physical Description: photocopy.
Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 5 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 5 1945 July-August

Physical Description: photocopy.
Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 6 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter Special V-D Supplement 1945 August

Physical Description: photocopy.
Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 7 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 6 1945 September

Physical Description: photocopy.
Box 5, Folder 3

Item No. 8 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 7 1945 September

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 9 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 4, number 8 1945 November-December

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 10 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 1 1946 January

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 11 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 2 1946 March

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 12 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 3 1946 April

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 13 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 4 1946 May-June

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 14 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 5 1946 July

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 15 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 6 1946 August

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 16 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 7 1946 September

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 17 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 5, number 8 1946 October

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 18 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 6, number 1 1947 January

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 19 Japanese American Committee for Democracy, New York City: Newsletter volume 6, number 2 1947 March

Physical Description: photocopy.
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Item No. 1 Miscellaneous organizations: Pamphlet, Critique of the Black Nation Thesis published by Racism Research Project 1975

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Item No. 2 Miscellaneous organizations: Newsletter, People's Community News volume 1, number 1 published by East Wind (Sacramento, California) 1971 December

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 3 Miscellaneous organizations: Newsletter published by Asian Liberation Organization (Chicago, Illinois) 1971 December

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Item No. 4 Miscellaneous organizations: Newsletter volume 1, number 3 published by N.Y. Asian Coalition 1972 November

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Item No. 5 Miscellaneous organizations: Newsletter, Workers Viewpoint volume 1, number 1 published by The Asian Center (New York City) 1974 January

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Item No. 6 Miscellaneous organizations: Pamphlet, I Wor Kuen's Reactionary Line on May Day and the Workers' Movement: Wei Min She reply to IWK criticism of 1974 May Day Asian Contingent Statement 1974 September

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Item No. 7 Miscellaneous organizations: Pamphlet, I.W.K. Journal number 1 published by I Wor Kuen 1974 August

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Item No. 8 Miscellaneous organizations: Clipping from Berkeley Barb on "Red Guards, Yellow Power Rises in S.F" by Bill Paul 19?? May 9-15

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Item No. 1 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Pamphlet, "Asians Unite!" by Committee for Asian Solidarity (Berkeley, California) undated

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Item No. 2 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Newsletter volume 1, number published by Bay Area Asian Coalition Against the War 1972 May 19

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Item No. 3 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Leaflet, "Unite to Oppose the Genocide of Asian People" by Bay Area Asian Coalition Against the War undated

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Item No. 4 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win!" by unnamed group in Bay Area, California undated

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Item No. 5 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Quiet Americans" by Asian American Mobilization and Education Committee to End War in Vietnam (AAMEC) 1969 September 14

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Item No. 6 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Circular letter from Asian Americans for Peace (Los Angeles, California) 1970 March 25

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Item No. 7 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Leaflet, "There Is Some Shit We Will Not Eat, Strike!" by The Old Mole (Cambridge, Massachusetts) undated

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Item No. 8 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Will the Truce Work?: Can a Cease-Fire Stop a Revolution" event featuring Harry Ring at UC Berkeley 1972 (?) February 2

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten notes by Louie (?) on reverse of flyer
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Item No. 9 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Militarism in Japan and the U.S." event with Hideo Hashimoto sponsored by Asian Americans for Peace (Los Angeles, California) 19?? April 02

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Item No. 10 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Circular letter from Asian Americans for Peace (Los Angeles, California) and photocopied clipping from San Francisco Hokubei Mainichi on "Nisei in Peaceful March: Historic Event for Localities" by Edison Uno 1969 November 24

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Item No. 11 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Circular letter from Asians Against the Vietnam War (East Setauket, New York) 1970 (?) February 27

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Item No. 12 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Circular letter from Asians Against the Vietnam War (East Setauket, New York) 1970 February 27

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Item No. 13 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "My Lai-Hiroshima: 'No Real Loss'" published by Asians Americans for Peace (Los Angeles, California) undated

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Item No. 14 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Asian Vietnam Teach-In" sponsored by California Statewide Committee of Asian Solidarity 1970 April 03

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Item No. 15 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Circular letter on "Asian Americans Against the Crime of Silence" from Asian Americans for Peace 1969 November 26

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Item No. 16 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Leaflet published by Ad-Hoc Asian American Committee on Hiroshima-Nagasaki (Bay Area, California) 197? August

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Item No. 17 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Strike rationale" by UCLA Asian Strike Committee 1970 May 12

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Item No. 18 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Newspaper, The Occidental 1970 May 12

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Item No. 19 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Smash U.S. imperialism, throw away the Ky!" published by Asian Americans for Peace 19?? December 02

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Item No. 20 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Circular letter from Third World Anti-Imperialist Coalition (TWAC) 1970 November 01

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Item No. 21 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Victory to the Vietnamese" published by Bay Area Asian Coalition Against the War, Chinatown Region undated

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Item No. 22 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Join us" published by Asian Coalition 1970 August

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Item No. 23 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Pamphlet, "Later with the draft" published by Chinatown-Manilatown Draft Help undated

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Item No. 24 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Asian Silence Asians Dead" published by United Asian Contingent 19?? November 06

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Item No. 25 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Ceasefire celebration songbook" undated

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Item No. 26 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Rally Against the War" published by Asian Radical Movement (Los Angeles, California) undated

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Item No. 27 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Hiroshima and Nagasaki Are Happening Every Day" undated

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Item No. 28 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Flyer, "Today's Hiroshimas" undated

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Item No. 29 Asian Anti-War Organizations and Activities: Pamphlet, "Vietnam poetry" published Union of Vietnamese in the US (Fullerton, California) undated

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Item No. 1 International Hotel: Newspaper, Berkeley Barb number 625 1977 August 05-11

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Item No. 2 International Hotel: Flyer, "We Are Challenging Their Right to Make Profits" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 May 19

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Item No. 3 International Hotel: Leaflet, "The Power of the People United Stops International Hotel Eviction" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building and May First Workers Organization 1977 Jan-Feb

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Item No. 4 International Hotel: Flyer, "Fight for our homes! We won't back down" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building and United Workers Organization 1977 April

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Item No. 5 International Hotel: Flyer, "Withdraw the eviction order!" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and the May First Workers Organization 1977 (?)

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Item No. 6 International Hotel: Flyer, "Prop U Campaign Exposes Need for Low-Rent Housing" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 November

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Item No. 6 International Hotel: Flyer, "Fight for Low-Rent Housing, Yes on U, City Hall Buy the I-Hotel" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 October 01

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Item No. 7 International Hotel: Flyer, "International Hotel Fight - Symbol of Resistance" by Revolutionary Communist Party undated

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Item No. 8 International Hotel: Flyer, "Rally Rincon Annex" by Workers Committee to Fight for International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 December

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Item No. 10 International Hotel: Flyer, "Fight for the I-Hotel" petition undated

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 11 International Hotel: Flyer, "How Does Prop. 'U' Effect You?" by The Worker (San Francisco, California) 1977 October - November

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Item No. 12 International Hotel: Flyer, "Join the Fight Against Evictions" by Workers Committee to Fight for the I-Hotel and Victory Building and May First Workers Organization 1977 (?)

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Item No. 13 International Hotel: Flyer, "International Hotel Eviction Noticed Posted!" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building and May First Workers Organization 1977 (?) January

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Item No. 14 International Hotel: Flyer, "Defeat Int'l Hotel Eviction, Join Tent City!" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International hotel and Victory Building and Bay Area United Workers Organization/Organizing Committee for a National Workers Organization 1977 August 01

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Item No. 15 International Hotel: Flyer, "International Hotel - Sheriff Backs Down Again!" by Workers Committee to Fight for International hotel and Victory Building 1977 (?) November

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 16 International Hotel: Flyer, "No Eviction! We Won't Move!" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel, May First Workers Organization, Revolutionary Student Brigade, Unemployed Workers Organizing Committee, and Youth in Action 1977 (?)

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 17 International Hotel: Flyer, "If City Hall Is Serious..." by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 (?) November

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 18 International Hotel: Flyer, "Court Appeal Denied" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building and the Bay Area United Workers Organization 1977 July 28

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Item No. 19 International Hotel: Flyer, "Chinese Times - Why Do You Oppose the Fight for International Hotel" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 November 13

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 20 International Hotel: Flyer, "Back Moscone and City Hall Down!" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 (?)

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 21 International Hotel: Flyer, "Sheriffs to Post Eviction notice at International Hotel" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 (?)September

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Item No. 22 International Hotel: Flyer, "Boycott Art's Trading Co." by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 (?)

Scope and Content Note

In English, Chinese.
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Item No. 23 International Hotel: Flyer, "City Hall, Buy and Keep the International Hotel for Low-Rent Housing and Community Centers" by Workers Committee to Fight for the International Hotel and Victory Building 1977 May

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Item No. 24 International Hotel: Typed manuscript, "Build the fight for the I-Hotel: Position of the Revolutionary Communist Party on some recent questions" 1977 (?)

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Item No. 1 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "Asian-Americans & the U.S. Movement" by Grace Lee Boggs published by Asian Political Alliance (Detroit, Michigan) undated

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Item No. 2 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "The World War II Incarceration of Japanese Americans and the struggle for reparations / redress" published by UNITY / League of Revolutionary Struggle (Oakland, California) 1980 November

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Item No. 3 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "Concentration Camps USA" by Charles Allen Jr. published by Marzani & Munsell, Inc. (New York City) 1966

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Item No. 4 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: " Better Americans in a Greater America" by Japanese American Citizens League published by Litho-Art Printers (Spokane, Washington) undated

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Item No. 5 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "The Heritage of Sen Katayama" by Karl G. Yoneda published by Political Affair Reprints (New York City) 1975 March

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Item No. 6 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "The Second Generation of the Chinese" by Chingwah Lee of Young Men's Christian Association (San Francisco, California) 1930

Scope and Content Note

signed by author
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Item No. 7 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "Abrogate U.S.-Japan Security Treaty" by Asian Americans for Action undated

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Item No. 8 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "Waiahole-Waikane, Hell No - We Ain't Moving!" (Hawaii) undated

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Item No. 9 Miscellaneous Pamphlets: "One year of struggle: 'united, together, we'll never be defeated'" by Committee Against Nihonmachi Eviction, CANE (San Francisco, California) 1973-1974 (?)

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Item No. 1 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Flyer, "Yellow courses" 1969

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Item No. 2 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Syllabus, Asian Studies 100x 1969

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Item No. 3 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Circular letter, "Why Asian Studies?" from Ethnic Studies Department, Asian Studies Division 1969 December 08

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Item No. 4 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Outline on Asian American Student Movement 1973 April 11

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Item No. 5 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Directory, Asian Studies staff for Winter 1970 1970

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Item No. 6 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Schedule of classes (Ethnic Studies) Winter Quarter 1970 1970

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Item No. 7 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Course requirements for Asian Studies classes undated

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Item No. 8 Asian American Studies - University of California, Berkeley: Typed manuscript, untitled undated

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Item No. 1 Asian American Studies - University of California, Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 5 1970 January 09

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Item No. 2 Asian American Studies - University of California, Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 6 1970 January 20

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Item No. 3 Asian American Studies - University of California, Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 6 1970 April 01

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Item No. 4 Asian American Studies - University of California, Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 8 1970 July 01

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Item No. 1 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Proposal for Asian-American Studies Center undated

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Item No. 2 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Syllabus, CSES 103: Orientals in America 1969 October 06

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Item No. 3 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Syllabus, Japanese American Community Workshop Asian American Studies 150 undated

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Item No. 4 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Syllabus, Asians in America undated

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Item No. 5 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Paperwork, Request for Approval of a Course: CSES Comparative Analysis of Asian-American Community Organization 1969 September 08

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Item No. 6 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Syllabus, CED Sociology 140: Comparative Analysis of Asian American Community Organizations undated

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Item No. 7 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Proposal for Organization of Southland Asian American Organizations undated

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Item No. 8 Asian American Studies - University of California, Los Angeles: Typed manuscript on "A Summary Look at the 'Movement'" by Florence Tsu and Tom Yei 1970 August-September

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Item No. 1 Asian American Studies - San Francisco State College: Schedule of classes Fall 1969 1969

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Item No. 2 Asian American Studies - San Francisco State College: Syllabus, Asian Studies 30 19?? September 15

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Item No. 3 Asian American Studies - San Francisco State College: Program description and schedule of classes Fall 1970 1970

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Item No. 4 Asian American Studies - San Francisco State College: Schedule of classes Fall 1970 1970

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Item No. 1 Asian American Studies - California State College, Hayward: Newsletter volume 1, number 1 published by Asian-American Cultural Center 1969-1970 (?)

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Item No. 2 Asian American Studies - California State College, Hayward: Questionnaire on attitudes of Asian-Americans by Asian-American Cultural Center undated

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Item No. 3 Asian American Studies - California State College, Hayward: Proposal Asian Studies, 4th draft by Asian-American Political Alliance undated

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Item No. 1 Other Programs - California: Leaflet, Ethnic Studies at USC Fall 1970 1970

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Item No. 2 Other Programs - California: Syllabus, The Asian American Experience Agency for Experimental Programs (AEP) 191A undated

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Item No. 3 Other Programs - California: Flyer, Asian American Experimental College information undated

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Item No. 4 Other Programs - California: Correspondence from Oakland Chinatown Section of Asian studies 130 at UC Berkeley and the Education Committee of the East Bay Chinese Youth Council to Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Schools of the City of Oakland 1969 November 21

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Item No. 5 Other Programs - California: Schedule of classes at the Ethnic Studies Center at Sacramento State College undated

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Item No. 6 Other Programs - California: Proposal, Toward the Development of an Asian American Studies Program by the Asian American Alliance, UC Santa Barbara 1970

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Item No. 7 Other Programs - California: Budget, Asian-American Student Alliance, Stanford 1970 (?)

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Item No. 8 Other Programs - California: Bibliography, Asian American books undated

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Item No. 1 Curriculum Materials: Article, A Dialogue on Race and Class: Asian American Studies and Marxism by John M. Liu and Lucie Cheng undated

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Item No. 2 Curriculum Materials: List of selected court opinions affecting Asian Americans undated

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Item No. 3 Curriculum Materials: Outline, 100 years of Japanese Labor in USA by Karl G. Yoneda 1969

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Item No. 4 Curriculum Materials: Typed manuscript, One hundred years of Japanese labor in the USA by Karl G. Yoneda undated

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Item No. 5 Curriculum Materials: Article, A Buried Past: Early Issei Socialists and the Japanese Community by Yuji Ichioka undated

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Item No. 6 Curriculum Materials: Typed manuscript, A Japanese-American's Life of Struggle by Karl G. Yoneda 1969

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Item No. 7 Curriculum Materials: Typed manuscript, The Economic Structure of Agriculture in California by Clarke A. Chambers 1969

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Item No. 8 Curriculum Materials: Typed manuscript, The Japanese Immigrants in California Agriculture by Masakazu Iwata 1969

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Item No. 1 Course reader: The Asian Experience in America by Asian American Concern, UC Davis 1969 May 04

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Item No. 1 Course reader: Asian Women by UC Berkeley 1971

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Item No. 1 Course reader: A Reader on Asians in America volume 1 by UCLA 1970 October

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Item No. 2 Course reader: A Reader on Asians in America volume 2 by UCLA 1970 October

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Item No. 1 Course reader: Asians in America, A Bibliography by William Wong Lum, UC Davis 1969

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Item No. 2 Course reader: Asians in America, A Bibliography Supplement by William Wong Lum, UC Davis 1970 February 20

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Item No. 1 Course reader: Asians Unite! Number 2 by Asian Studies and Asian Strike Committee, UC Berkeley undated

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Item No. 1 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Leaflet, Strike 1969 by Third World Liberation Front 1969

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Item No. 2 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, The East Is Red undated

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Item No. 3 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, Some notions about AAPA 1969 August 07

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Item No. 4 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Newsletter, Financial Communiqué number 2 undated

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Item No. 5 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, Community dinner by Third World Liberation Front 1969 January 17

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Item No. 6 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Newsletter, Chairman's Communiqué number 4 undated

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Item No. 7 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Typed essay, On political power undated

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Item No. 8 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, Political education: reading material undated

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Item No. 9 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Pamphlet, Center for Participant Education Catalogue Spring 1969 1969

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Item No. 10 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, China: 1/4 of Humanity, Hanoi 13 undated

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Item No. 11 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, Memorial Meeting for Amilcar Cabral by Liberation Support Movement undated

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Item No. 12 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, Asian Dialogue: A Community Exchange on the Third World College by Chinese Students Club undated

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Item No. 13 Asian American Political Alliance, Berkeley: Flyer, Chinatown and the Chinese by L. Ling-chi Wang, Intercollegiate Chinese for Social Action, San Francisco State College n.d

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Item No. 1 Asian American Concern, UC Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 1 1969 February

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Item No. 2 Asian American Concern, UC Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 2 1969 April 11

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Item No. 3 Asian American Concern, UC Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 3 1969 April 29

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Item No. 4 Asian American Concern, UC Davis: Newsletter volume 1, number 4 1969 May 22

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Item No. 5 Asian American Concern, UC Davis: Newsletter volume 2, number 1 1970 January 29

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Item No. 6 Asian American Concern, UC Davis: Memorandum undated

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Item No. 7 Asian American Concern, UC Davis: Proposal, Asian American Urban Crisis Research Project undated

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Item No. 1 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Pamphlet, Yim's Yellow Yap undated

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Item No. 2 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Pamphlet, The Destruction of a Community by Jim H. Matsuoka undated

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Item No. 3 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Flyer, AAPA Redefined, Cal State Hayward 1969 October 28

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Item No. 4 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Newsletter by Asian Alliance 1969 November 14

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Item No. 5 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Newsletter, Asian American News, San Francisco State College 1970 November

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Item No. 6 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Newsletter, Stevenson Libre year 2, number 39 by Asian-Americans of the Third World Political Alliance undated

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Item No. 7 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Newsletter, Yellow Journalism volume 2, number 1 by Asian American Student Alliance, California State University Long Beach 1970 September

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Item No. 8 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Newsletter, Yellow Journalism volume 2 by Asian American Student Alliance, California State University Long Beach 1969 December

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Item No. 9 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Newsletter, Yellow Journalism volume 3 by Asian American Student Alliance, California State University Long Beach 1970 April

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Item No. 10 Students - Other Colleges/Universities, California: Flyer, Third World Liberation Front Umbrella Structure, San Francisco State College undated

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Item No. 1 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Newsletter, Sansei volume 1, number 5 1970 May 31

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Item No. 2 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: List of colleges and contacts for Eastern Communications Center for Asian Americans (ECCAA) 1969 May 14

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Item No. 3 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Newsletter volume 1, number 1 by Asian-American Political Alliance (AAPA), Columbia University 1970 January

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Item No. 4 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Circular letter, Strike statement of the Asian-American students at Brown University 1970 May 08

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Item No. 5 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Correspondence from Asian American Students Association at Yale to Members of the Eastern Communications Center for Asian Americans (ECCAA) undated

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Item No. 6 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Newsletter, The Banana Peel volume 1, number 1 by Asian American Students Association at Yale undated

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Item No. 7 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Newsletter, Asian American Perspective volume 1, number 3 1970 (?)

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Item No. 8 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Newspaper clipping, Asian Americans form group, sponsor seminar, recruitment by David Todd in Yale News 1969 December 4

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Item No. 9 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Circular letter from Asian American Students Association t Yale 1970 (?)

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Item No. 10 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Circular letter from Asian Against the Vietnam War 1970 (?)

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Item No. 11 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Circular letter from the Eastern Communications Center for Asian Americans (ECCAA) 1970 April 20

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Item No. 12 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Newsletter, Strike Newspaper, Yale 1970 April 24

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Item No. 13 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Press release by Asian American Students Association, Yale 1970 May 01

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Item No. 14 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Newsletter, Yale Third World Liberation Newspaper 1970 May 15

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Item No. 15 Other Colleges/Universities East of California: Flyer, Brief history of the Yale Asian American Students Association undated

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Item No. 1 High School: Newsletter, Buddy Ace Express by Associated Students Union of Oakland 1969 March 09

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Item No. 2 High School: Flyer, Demands to be presented to the Oakland Board of Education by Associated Students Union of Oakland 1968 December 03

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Item No. 3 High School: Flyer from Third World People at UC Berkeley to high school students undated

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Item No. 4 High School: Constitution of Oakland High School Asian Bloc undated

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Item No. 5 High School: Flyer, Asian Bloc 1969 (?)

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Item No. 6 High School: Correspondence from Robert C. Williams to Dr. E.F. Stolte at Oakland Public Schools 1969 November 05

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Item No. 7 High School: Flyer from Third World Liberation Front to high school students undated

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Item No. 1 Conferences: Program, The Asian Experience in America presented by Asian American Concern, UC Davis 1969 May 04

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Item No. 2 Conferences: Circular letter for Asian Studies as a Forum for Asian Politics, Los Angeles 1969 December 10

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Item No. 3 Conferences: List of contacts, Los Angeles undated

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Item No. 4 Conferences: Handwritten notes from Asian Studies as a Forum for Asian Politics 1969 December 20-21

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Item No. 5 Conferences: Program, Asian American Symposium, UC Santa Cruz 1970 January 24

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Item No. 6 Conferences: Flyer, Amerasian Generation Conference, UCLA 19?? February 21-13

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Item No. 7 Conferences: Flyer, A New Asian Awareness program 1970 March 23-25

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Item No. 8 Conferences: Program, Asians in America Symposium 1970 April 04

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Item No. 9 Conferences: Program, Asians in America: A Conference, Asian American Students Association, Yale 1970 April 18

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Item No. 10 Conferences: Flyer, Asians in America: A Conference 1970 April 18

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Item No. 11 Conferences: Circular letter, Asians in America: A Conference 19?? September 20-21

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Item No. 12 Conferences: List of contacts for Asian Studies Conference, UC Berkeley undated

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Item No. 13 Conferences: Circular letter, Asian-American Reality: An Examination of the Problems Common to Asians in American Society and a Search for Solutions 1970 December 5-6

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Item No. 14 Conferences: List of conferences and gatherings for people involved with Asian American Studies and research 19??

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Item No. 15 Conferences: Flyer, Asian State Mobilization Conference, Los Angeles 19?? December 20-21

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Item No. 16 Conferences: Contact list written on practice sheet for trial study list, San Francisco City College undated

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Item No. 17 Conferences: Handwritten notes on UCLA conference meeting, Communications Committee undated

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Item No. 18 Conferences: List of contacts, most from Los Angeles undated

Box 6, Folder 12

Item No. 1 Movement Music -- Chris Iijima and Joanne (Nobuko) Miyamoto: Hiroshima: August 6, 1945 and Nagasaki: August 9 undated

Box 6, Folder 12

Item No. 2 Movement Music -- Chris Iijima and Joanne (Nobuko) Miyamoto: Everyday Hiroshima undated

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Item No. 3 Movement Music -- Chris Iijima and Joanne (Nobuko) Miyamoto: "Chris and JaAnne: The Asian Minstrels" article in the Nhonmachi Beat by Glenn K. Omatsu undated

Box 6, Folder 13

Item No. 1 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Flyer, Calendar of events promoting U.S. - China Peoples' Friendship 1973 September-October

Box 6, Folder 13

Item No. 2 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Program, U.S.-China People's Friendship Night - A Cultural Event 1973 September 29

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Item No. 3 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Newsletter volume 1, number 1 1971 12 June 12

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Item No. 4 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Newsletter volume 1, number 2 1971 24 July 24

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Item No. 5 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Newsletter volume 1, number 3, 4 1971 August-September

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Item No. 6 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Newsletter volume 1, number 5 1971 October

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Item No. 7 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Newsletter volume 1, number 6 1971 November

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Item No. 8 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Newsletter volume 1, number 7 1971 December

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Item No. 9 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Essay, Build the Friendship Association by Bill Hinton and Clark Kissinger 1975 June 24

Box 6, Folder 13

Item No. 10 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Pamphlet, Comments on Build the Friendship Association and Further Comments by Koji Ariyoshi undated

Box 6, Folder 14

Item No. 11 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 1, number 1 1974

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Item No. 12 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 1, number 2 1975 Summer

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Item No. 13 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 1, number 1 1975 Spring

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Item No. 14 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 1, number 3 1975 Fall

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Item No. 15 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 1, number 4 1976 January

Box 6, Folder 14

Item No. 16 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 2, number 2 1976 September

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Item No. 17 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 2, number 3 1976 December

Box 7, Folder 1

Item No. 18 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 3, number 1 1977 Spring

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Item No. 19 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 3, number 2 1977 Summer

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Item No. 20 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 3, number 3 1977 Fall

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Item No. 21 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 3, number 4 1977 Winter

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Item No. 22 US - Chinese Peoples' Friendship Association: Magazine, New China volume 4, number 1 1978 Spring

Box 7, Folder 2

Item No. 1 Postal Workers: Newsletter, Uprising by and for Postal Workers volume 1, number 1 1974 November

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Item No. 2 Postal Workers: Newsletter, Uprising by and for Postal Workers volume 1, number 2 1975 January-February

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Item No. 3 Postal Workers: Newsletter, Uprising by and for Postal Workers volume 1, number 3 1975 April

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Item No. 4 Postal Workers: Newsletter, Uprising by and for Postal Workers volume 2, number 1 1976 June

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Item No. 5 Postal Workers: Newsletter, Outlaw written by Postal Workers for Postal Workers 1975 October

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Item No. 6 Postal Workers: Newsletter, Workers Unity published by the NY-NJ United Workers Organization, Postal Committee (formerly Outlaw) number 1 1976 July

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Item No. 7 Postal Workers: Newsletter, Postal Workers Voice, National Rank and File Newspaper number 1 1977 January

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Item No. 8 Postal Workers: Leaflet, Fight for a Good Contract published by Postal Workers for a Good Contract - National Committee undated

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Item No. 9 Postal Workers: Article, Work Stoppage in Government: the postal strike of 1970 by Stephen C. Shannon 1978 (?)

Box 7, Folder 2

Item No. 10 Postal Workers: Newspaper clipping, Postal Pickets Defiant in San Francisco Chronicle 1978 July 24

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 1 Anti-War Materials: Leaflet, Break the Circle, Support the 3 Demands 1970 May

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 2 Anti-War Materials: Pamphlet, Vietnam, a thousand years of struggle by Terry Cannon and members of the Peoples Press 1972 June

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 3 Anti-War Materials: Pamphlet, Vietnam Genocide supplement published by the Guardian 1969 December

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 4 Anti-War Materials: Newsletter, Grinding to a Halt by Patrick Chenoweth Defense Committee undated

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Item No. 5 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Statement by the Iranian Students Association in Northern California undated

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Item No. 6 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Military and civilian teach-in 1972 April 08

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Item No. 7 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, What is the NLF (National Liberation Front of South Vietnam) by Americans for the NLF undated

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Item No. 8 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Peace Press, Protest Thieu's Arrival 1973 (?) March

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Item No. 9 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Protest Thieu's visit to California 1973 April 02

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Item No. 10 Anti-War Materials: Poster, Peace Action Coalition (Cleveland), No More Hiroshimas, No More Nagasakis, Anywhere in the World!, August 6-9 demonstration 19?? August

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 11 Anti-War Materials: Leaflet, Hiroshima-Nagasaki 1945, 1970? Hanoi-Haiphong undated

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 12 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Stop the racist bombings! 19?? December 27

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Item No. 13 Anti-War Materials: Circular letter, An open letter to the Inaugural Day Committee from Spartacist League / RCY 1973 January 20

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 14 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Why is the Coral Sea leaving? by Carrier Project / People's Blockade, American Friends Service Committee 197? February 4-8

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 15 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, PRG 7 Point Peace Proposal by The Bay Area April 22nd Coalition, undated

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 16 Anti-War Materials: Leaflet, Nixon's peace plan is a bomb by San Francisco Community Press 197? April 22

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Item No. 17 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Ceasefire celebration with handwritten notes on reverse 197? January 31

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Item No. 18 Anti-War Materials: Circular letter from Northern California Peace Action Coalition on upcoming meeting 1972 March 14

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 19 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Memorial meeting for the 25th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by Greater Boston Peace Action Coalition 197? August 06

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Item No. 20 Anti-War Materials: Essay, Nixon abdicates by Boston Area Labor Committee undated

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Item No. 21 Anti-War Materials: Essay, Boston Area Labor Committee by Boston Area Labor Committee? undated

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Item No. 22 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Inaugural Day demonstration 197? January 20

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Item No. 23 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Inaugural Day demonstration by Revolutionary Union 197? January

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Item No. 24 Anti-War Materials: Leaflet, Demonstrate Inaugural Day by Inaugural Day Committee 197? January

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Item No. 25 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Get the U.S. Out Now! Come to the Labor Dept 3pm undated

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Item No. 26 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, A step toward peace by Vietnam Committee for Peace and Reunification / Peoples Press undated

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Item No. 27 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Support the Nine Points Peace Agreement by Iranian Students Association in the U.S. undated

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Item No. 28 Anti-War Materials: Map of Washington D.C., reverse with emergency telephone numbers undated

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Item No. 29 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Join nationwide strike! by Friends of the People Strike Committee undated

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Item No. 30 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Rip Off Armed Forces Day by New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam 19?? May 16

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Item No. 31 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, End the War by ending the draft...and end the draft together by Union for National Draft Opposition undated

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Item No. 32 Anti-War Materials: Circular letter from initial steering committee of a National Student Union to End the War in Southeast Asia to coordinators of student protest activities and/or head of student government undated

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 33 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, People for Peace memorial service 197? May 08

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 34 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, We act together by New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam undated

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Item No. 35 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Things are heavy by New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 197? May 09

Box 7, Folder 3

Item No. 36 Anti-War Materials: Flyer, Welcome to Washington, with an appeal to nonviolence from your anarchist brothers undated

Box 7, Folder 4

Item No. 1 China Materials: Pamphlet, The visit of the Chinese Ping Pong Team to San Francisco 1972 April

Box 7, Folder 4

Item No. 2 China Materials: Pamphlet, The visit of the Chinese Wushu Delegation to San Francisco 1974 June

Box 7, Folder 5

Item No. 1 Revolutionary Communist Party: Flyer, Mao Tsetung's Immortal Contributions 19?? July 16

Box 7, Folder 5

Item No. 2 Revolutionary Communist Party: Program, Mao Tsetung Memorial 1978

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Item No. 3 Revolutionary Communist Party: Flyer, Celebrate October First, the founding of the People's Republic of China 197? September 30

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Item No. 4 Revolutionary Communist Party: Leaflet, Death a deep loss, life a profound inspiration 1976 September 19

Box 7, Folder 5

Item No. 5 Revolutionary Communist Party: Leaflet, Mao Memorial Month undated

Box 7, Folder 6

Item No. 1 Third World Struggles: Pamphlet, Chicanos Strike at Farah by San Francisco Bay Area Farah Strike Support Committee 1974 January

Scope and Content Note

In English, Spanish
Box 7, Folder 6

Item No. 2 Third World Struggles: Pamphlet, Farmworkers build their union, Si se puede! by Salinas Citizens Committee in Defense of Farmworkers 1973 July

Scope and Content Note

In English, Spanish
Box 7, Folder 6

Item No. 3 Third World Struggles: Pamphlet, Black Power, SNCC speaks for itself, a collection of statements and interviews by New England Free press undated

Box 7, Folder 6

Item No. 4 Third World Struggles: Pamphlet, Black Liberation Front of the U.S.A., Black America, Keep on pushin' by Revolutionary Action Movement 1965 Summer-Fall

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Item No. 1 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Pamphlet, Dasco Wildcat Strike by August 29th Movement, undated

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Item No. 2 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Leaflet, How unemployment compensation was really won by Unemployed Workers Organizing Committee undated

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Item No. 3 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Pamphlet, A powerful weapon for our class by Revolutionary Communist Party USA 1977 June

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Item No. 4 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Pamphlet, General Strike France 1968 by Sojourner Truth Organization undated

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Item No. 5 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Pamphlet, A brief history of the United States 1976 August

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Item No. 6 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Newsletter, The Crusader monthly newsletter volume 6, number 1 by Robert F. Williams in exile 1964 July-August

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Item No. 7 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Poster, The top 22: Columbia's ruling elite by North American Congress on Latin America undated

Box 7, Folder 7

Item No. 8 Miscellaneous Movements' Materials: Pamphlet, Who rules Columbia? Original 1968 strike edition by North American Congress on Latin America 1970 May

Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 1 Miscellaneous movements' materials: Photograph of people's protest apparently against the Shah of Iran and to support the Iranian people's struggle undated

Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 2 Miscellaneous movements' materials: Photograph of workers' protest with sign - !Obreros Unidos Jamas Seran Vencidos! undated

Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 3 Miscellaneous movements' materials: Photograph of Chinese women protesting undated

Scope and Content Note

no parking sign in background
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 4 International Hotel: Photograph of International Hotel undated

Scope and Content Note

protestors blocking entrance with police force waiting to enter building
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 5 International Hotel: Photograph of International Hotel with Trans America Building in background, San Francisco undated

Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 6 International Hotel: Photograph of International Hotel undated

Scope and Content Note

police forcing through people's blockade of I-Hotel
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 7 Movement Music -- Chris Iijima and Joanne (Nobuko) Miyamoto: Photograph of Joanne Miyamoto undated

Scope and Content Note

8"x10" print, singing in front of microphone, white background
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 8 Movement Music -- Chris Iijima and Joanne (Nobuko) Miyamoto: Photograph of Joanne Miyamoto undated

Scope and Content Note

5"x7" print close up profile with microphone
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 9 Movement Music -- Chris Iijima and Joanne (Nobuko) Miyamoto: Photograph of Chris Iijima and Joanne Miyamoto undated

Scope and Content Note

6.5"x8" print, performing in front of microphones
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 10 Movement Music -- Chris Iijima and Joanne (Nobuko) Miyamoto: Photograph of Joanne Miyamoto undated

Scope and Content Note

8"x10" print, singing in front of microphone, gray background
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 11 Miscellaneous movements' materials: Sticker, May 1st International Workers Day, Take History Into Our Hands undated

Scope and Content Note

picture of man opening door to red flags
Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 12 International Hotel: Sticker, International Hotel Means: Fight Back! (printed in yellow, black) undated

Box 8, Folder 5

Item No. 13 Miscellaneous movements' materials: Sticker, May 1st International Workers Day (printed on yellow background) undated

 

Series 3. Posters

Scope and Content Note

The Posters series includes posters, stickers and photographs that document events related to the Asian American Movement, workers' struggles, International Women's Day, and the anti-war movement. The photographs document the International Hotel struggle and musician Joanne Nobuko Miyamoto. The stickers are related to International Workers' Day and the International Hotel. The posters are grouped according to size and loosely according to subject matter.
Box 4, Folder 1

Item No. 1 March on Washington D.C. January 21 at Carter's State of the Union Address undated

Box 4, Folder 1

Item No. 2 We're Sick of Government Lies! Proclamation to President Carter, Democratic State of the Union Address (printed in white, red, black) undated

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Item No. 3 Defend our Union Brothers! Drop the Charges on the Hyatt 4 (printed in blue, red and white) undated

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Item No. 4 Demonstrate! Bust Up the Union Busters! Hyatt at Union (printed in blue, white and red) undated

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Item No. 5 May Day, International Workers' Day, advertising march and rally on Sunday, April 27, San Antonio Park (black and white print of workers) undated

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Item No. 6 Fellow Workers: Let's Get Organized! Founding Convention of the National Workers Organization (printed in green, white, and reddish orange) undated

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Item No. 7 Proclamation of the United National Workers Organization undated

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Item No. 8 May 1st International Workers Day, Take History Into Our Hands! (copy 1) undated

Scope and Content Note

picture of man opening door to red flags
Box 4, Folder 1

Item No. 9 May 1st International Workers Day, Take History Into Our Hands! (copy 2) undated

Scope and Content Note

picture of man opening door to red flags
Box 4, Folder 1

Item No. 10 May Day International Workers Day, In Iran, Around the World, and here at home, flames of revolution are spreading undated

Box 4, Folder 1

Item No. 11 We've Carried the Rich for 200 Years Let's Get Them Off Our Backs undated

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Item No. 1 Chinatown Workers' Festival, Benefit for Lee Mah / Jung Sai Workers advertising benefit on Sat., August 24, 7-9pm (printed in black, white and turquoise) undated

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Item No. 2 Celebrate the October Revolution, Sunday, October 290, Build the Revolutionary Struggle of the American People undated

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Item No. 3 No Evictions! Fight for the International Hotel! No Evictions! We Won't Move! City Hall, Buy and Keep the International Hotel for Low-Rent Housing and Community Centers! (printed in red, yellow, blue) undated

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Item No. 4 Fight for the International Hotel, International Hotel Benefit Dinner (printed in blue and white poster with tiger on it) undated

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Item No. 1 March 8, International Women's Day, Break the Chains! Unleash the Fury of Women as a Might Force for Revolution! Long Live Chiang Ching! undated

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Item No. 2 Celebrate October 1st. 23rd anniversary of the People's Republic of China premiere showing of Red Lantern (printed in black, red, white with Chinese man holding up a red lantern) 19?? October 01

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Item No. 3 Mao Tse Tung memorial meetings (printed in blue, red, black, white with picture of Mao) undated

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Item No. 4 Picture of women sewing a fish net (black ink printed on yellow cloth) undated

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Item No. 5 U.S. China People's Friendship Week 9/24-29, 1973 (printed in red, blue, yellow with hands shaking) 1973 September 24-29

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Item No. 1 Politicians Fight for $$$ Interests We must Fight For Our Own! Demonstrate Election Day, Nov. 2, 5:00pm undated

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Item No. 2 Seize the Time in '77 Build a National Workers Organization undated

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Item No. 3 Celebrate International Women's Day, Sunday, March 8, 1 to 4 pm, Dolores Park undated

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Item No. 4 San Francisco Examiner, 113th year, no. 47, Thursday, August 4, 1977, Feature article: "Hotel tenants evicted by mass police force" 1977 October 04

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Item No. 5 San Francisco Chronicle, 113 year, no. 173, Friday, August 5, 1977, Feature article: "How they took the hotel, the explosive clash between cops, protesters" by George Snyder and Birney Jarvis 1977 October 05

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Item No. 1 Fight Imperialism and National Oppression from the Union of South Africa to the United States of America undated

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Item No. 2 FNL DE VIETNAM DEL SUR, 9 Años de ejemplo y victoria (copy 1) undated

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Item No. 3 FNL DE VIETNAM DEL SUR, 9 Años de ejemplo y victoria (copy 2) undated

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Item No. 4 Amerasian generation, identity & change in America advertising for February 12 & 13, 1971 event (printed in black and white print) undated

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Item No. 5 Africa and China (printed in black and white) undated

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Item No. 6 4669, 1971 year of the People Off the Pigs (printed in black and white) 1971

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Item No. 1 International Hotel banner signed by workers undated

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Item No. 1 March and Rally for Yes on Prop U, I-Hotel for low rent housing undated

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Item No. 2 Yes on U, Save the I-Hotel (copy 1) undated

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Item No. 3 Yes on U, Save the I-Hotel (copy 2) undated

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Item No. 1 The Kruggerrand, Last ditch financing for racist South African government. Stand with the struggles of the southern African peoples. Stop Kruggerand sales in the US! Fight Imperialism and National Oppression from Union of South Africa to USA, sponsored by undated

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Item No. 2 Recruitment poster for Revolutionary Community Party, Revolutionary Fighters Step Forward undated

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Item No. 3 Lo! The haggardness of escapees from the Chinese mainland bespeaks the dire situation of Mao Tse-tung's world where all must toil and save for his Conquest goal undated

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Item No. 4 In Memory of Chou En-lai Revolutionary Fighter for the World's Working Class undated

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Item No. 5 Meeting this week to Uphold Mao's Revolutionary comrades, Sunday 1pm, December 21 (copy 1) undated

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Item No. 6 Meeting this week to Uphold Mao's Revolutionary comrades, Sunday 1pm, December 21 (copy 2) undated

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Item No. 7 Statement by Chinese Communists in Support of Mao, the Four and the Chinese Revolution undated

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Item No. 8 The "Taiwan Question" in US-China Relations undated

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Item No. 9 Free the U.N. 2, Long Live May 1st undated

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Item No. 1 Storms are gathering Carry the red flag forward! (print on parchment material with red, black and white) undated

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Item No. 2 If You Liked the '60s, you'll love the '80s!...Bob Avakian (print on parchment material with red, black and white) undated

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Item No. 3 March on Washington D.C. January 21 at Carter's State of the Union Address undated

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Item No. 4 Electronic Workers Won't Be Kept Down! It's Time to Organize! undated

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Item No. 5 Seize the Time in '77 Build a National Workers Organization undated

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Item No. 6 Bay Area Film Premiere The Beginning of Our Victory, the story of the Farah Strike undated

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Item No. 7 Defend Our Union Brothers! Drop the Charges on the Hyatt 4! undated

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Item No. 1 Break the Chains, Unleash the Fury of Women as a Mighty Force for revolution (printed in black and white on parchment material with woman breaking chains) undated

Box 8, Folder 4

Item No. 2 Solidarity, Third World Liberation Front undated

Scope and Content Note

Asian, African American and Chicano men with hands together. Photocopy
Box 8, Folder 4

Item No. 3 International Women's Day (printed in black print on yellow cloth with different people on it) undated

Box 8, Folder 4

Item No. 4 Como en Vietnam (printed in red, green, black and white) undated

Box 8, Folder 6

Item No. 1 The Organizer, newsletter of the Organizing Committee for a National Workers Organization, Special May Day Issue undated

Box 8, Folder 6

Item No. 2 The Organizer, Newsletter of the Organizing Committee for a National Workers Organization undated

 

Series 4. Buttons

Scope and Content Note

The Buttons series contains buttons related to organizing struggles such as International Workers' Day, International Women's Day, United Farmworkers' "Boycott Grapes" campaign, anti-war efforts, anti-eviction actions, anti-racism protests, postal workers' unions, and sovereignty movements (Okinawa and Puerto Rico). Three are related to political figures — President John F. Kennedy, Presidential candidate George Wallace, and Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley. The buttons are arranged in the order in which they were received by the collector Steve Louie.
Box 7, Folder 8

Item No. 1 Golden Gate Bridge, 50 Golden Years undated

Box 7, Folder 8

Item No. 2 Friendship (China and the U.S., printed in yellow, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 8

Item No. 3 Sons of Watts (printed in red, black) undated

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Item No. 4 Politicians Fight for $ Interests, We Must Fight for Our Own (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 8

Item No. 5 Victory to the African Peoples' Just Struggles! African Liberation Day Coalition May 27 (printed in yellow, black, red) undated

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Item No. 6 Death to the Shah, U.S. Imperialism Get Your Blood Hands Off IRAN! (printed in black, red, yellow, white) undated

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Item No. 7 Seize the Time '77 Build a National Workers Organization, Chicago Labor Day Weekend (printed in red, black, white) 1977

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Item No. 8 March, Nov. 15, 1969, San Francisco - Washington D.C. Vietnam OUT NOW! (printed in white, black) 1969 November 15

Box 7, Folder 8

Item No. 9 Free the Moody Park 3! Defend the Houston Rebellion! N.U.W.O. (printed in black, red, yellow) undated

Box 7, Folder 8

Item No. 10 We've Carried the Rich for 200 Years - Let's Get Them Off Our Backs, Demonstrate in Philly, July 1-4 (printed in red, white, black) undated

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Item No. 11 Chiang Ching (printed in red, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 8

Item No. 12 Demonstrate We've Carried the Rich for 200 Years, Let's Get Them Off Our Backs!, July 1-4 in Philadelphia (red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 1 May Day International Workers' Day (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 2 Fight for the International Hotel, Committee to Fight the I-Hotel (printed in orange, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 3 Greatest Revolutionary of our Time Mao Tse Tung Memorial undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 4 Free Chol Soo Lee undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 5 Malcolm X undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 6 CANE Committee Against Nihonmachi Eviction undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 7 I Wor Kuen undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 8 Don't Eat Grapes undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 9 International Women's Day undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 10 Long Live with Eritrean People's Liberation Front undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 11 Image of Uncle Sam pointing a gun, (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 12 Employed Unemployed Same Crisis Same Fight, Join UWOC undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 13 Squatter Power (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 14 Victory to the People of Southern Africa, U.S. Out Now! (printed in yellow, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 9

Item No. 15 May Day 1980, Take History Into Our Own Hands! (with image of a flag, printed in red black, white) 1980 May

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 1 El Comite, La Patria Es Valor y Sacrificio (printed in red, white blue, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 2 Image of black fist with workers and Chinese writing surrounding it undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 3 Down with US-Soviet War Moves Free the UN 2 (printed in red, black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 4 Chinese Power (printed in yellow, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 5 May Day International Workers Day (printed in red, black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 6 National United Workers Organization (printed in black, white, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 7 Stop the Railroad of Bob Avakian! Free the Mao Tse Tung Defendants (printed in black, red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 8 Jobs or Income Fight Don't Starve, U.W.O.C. (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 9 Auto Workers United to Fight, Kick the Company Out of the Union, On the Line (printed in blue, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 10 Free Bornson and Davis, Fight - Don't Starve! (printed in orange, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 11 Indict the Murderers of Tyrone Guyton, May 1s Workers (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 12 Chinatown Community health Fair, Health Care Is Our Right (printed in red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 13 Build the Boycott Fight Union Busting, Support Iowa Beef Strikers undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 14 For President John F. Kennedy (printed in red, white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 10

Item No. 15 Fight University Attacks on Black People, Nov. 12, Smash Racism sds (printed in red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 1 Free the Mao Tse Tung Defendants! Stop the Railroad of Bob Avakian! (printed in black, red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 2 End Occupations: Iraq and Israel Get Out! (printed in yellow, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 3 Free Carlos Feliciano Libertad Para Carlos Feliciano, Free Puerto Rico Now undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 4 We've Carried the Rich for 200 Years - Let's Get Them Off Our Back, July 4th Coalition (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 5 Killed for Beth Steel's $$ Profits $$, Larry Huneke, May 11, 1976 Sparrows Point Shipyard, Stand Up and Fight Back! Rally - January 6! (printed in black, yellow) 1976

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 6 May Day, International Workers Day (printed in white, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 7 Troops Out Now! No Blood for Oil (black, yellow, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 8 Stop the Draft, End the War (printed in blue, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 9 Power to the People, Employment, Food, Medical, Education, Clothing, Shelter (printed in yellow, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 10 Third World Unity, TW Front undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 11 Red Guard undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 12 Down with Japanese Militarism U.S. Imperialism! Hands off Tian-Yu-Tai! undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 13 Fight for the International Hotel (with tiger image) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 14 Support Farm Workers (printed in red, white, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 11

Item No. 15 October 1st Celebration (printed in red, gold) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 1 Chinese New Year, Year of the Pig 4669 (printed in red, yellow) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 2 Work for Peace (printed in blue, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 3 Boycott Gallo (image of United Farmworkers symbol, printed in black, white, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 4 Chinese New Year 4668 (printed in red, yellow) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 5 Bradley for Mayor (printed in white, orange, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 6 May-16, Time to Act (printed in green, white red) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 7 Stop Union Busting Support Rylock Strikers (printed in red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 8 Mail Handlers Local 302 Member, Laborers' International Union of North America, Justice, Honor, Strength undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 9 Work for Peace October 15 (printed in white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 10 Peace Through Struggle (printed in yellow, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 11 "Vietnamize" Vietnam Get US Out Now (printed in white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 12 American Postal Workers Union Member, American Postal Workers Union U.S. Mail AFL-CIO (printed in orange, white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 13 NY - NJ United Workers Organization (printed in red, white, black) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 14 Viva La Huelga (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 15 Unity is Strength Support GCA Workers (printed in black, orange) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 16 For a Decent Contract Muni Drivers United to Fight (printed in red, yellow) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 17 Exhibition of Archaeological Finds of the People's Republic of China (printed in white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 18 Chinese writing with image of fists over China (printed in red, black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 19 Working Together Third Arm undated

Box 7, Folder 12

Item No. 20 Vietnam Veterans Against the War (printed in white, yellow, red) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 1 Vietnam Moratorium (printed in white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 2 Chicano Power (printed in white, red, green) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 3 Fight for the International Hotel undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 4 SMC undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 5 Repeal All Abortion Laws March on San Francisco November 20 19?? November 20

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 6 Yellow Power undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 7 Button with R looking symbol (printed in red, yellow) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 8 One Korea (printed in blue, red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 9 U.S. China Peoples Friendship, 1973 (printed in red, gold) 1973

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 10 We Shall Overcome (printed in black, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 11 Self Determination for the Okinawan People (printed in red, yellow) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 12 I Am A World Citizen (white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 13 Humphrey - Muskie (printed in white, red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 14 No on 14 (printed in red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 15 Kanji writing (printed in black, gold) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 16 ATTU (printed in blue, white, red, silver) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 17 AAA (printed in green, gold, red, white) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 18 Wallace for President '68 (printed in red, white, blue) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 19 Chinese writing with image old man (printed in brown with black writing) undated

Box 7, Folder 13

Item No. 20 Kennedy (printed in red, white, blue, black) undated

 

Series 5. T-shirts

Scope and Content Note

The T-Shirts series contains five screenprinted t-shirts relating to May Day / International Workers' Day, Mao Tse-Tung, the South Africa anti-apartheid struggle, and the Japanese American newspaper Rodan. The t-shirts are not arranged in an intended order.
Box 3, Folder 1

May Day We're On the Move! International Workers Day (printed in yellow, black) undated

Box 3, Folder 2

We Carried the Rich for 200 Years (printed in yellow, black) undated

Box 3, Folder 3

Mao Tse Tung Memorial Security (printed in red, black) undated

Box 3, Folder 4

Mao Tse Tung The Greatest Revolutionary of Our Time "Reversing Correct Verdicts Goes Against the Will of the People" (printed in red, yellow) undated

Box 3, Folder 5

Victory to the People of Southern Africa! For Freedom We Shall Lay Down Our Lives The Struggle Continues (printed in yellow, black, red) undated

Box 3, Folder 6

Image of black fist on yellow shirt undated

Box 3, Folder 7

May Day International Workers Day, In Iran, Around the World, and Here at Home, the Flames of Revolution Are Spreading! (printed in black, red) undated