The Magdalena Mora Scholarship is made
available annually to incoming, eligible, University of California
Chicana / Latina students.
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student scholarship applications and faculty evaluations between 1986 -
1989 and related papers.
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The daughter of a Mexican immigrant family from Michoacan, Magdalena
Mora received her B.A. in economics from U.C. Berkeley. Mora was a labor
organizer, scholar activist, feminist and journalist. She was co-editor
of Mexican Woman in the United States: Struggles Past and Present,
published by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center. Mora was a
doctoral student in the UCLA history department when she died of brain
cancer in 1981. Casa Magdalena Mora at UC Berkeley is a residential
learning program named in her honor.
Approx. 2 linear feet
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