15 oral history interviews : 13 DVDs, 2005-2009; Fred Ross memorial : 2 DVDs, 1992; "The Leadership Lessons of the CSO" :
3 DVDs. Files pertaining to the history project, 1997-2009.
The Community Service Organization was an important California Latino civil rights organization, most famous for training
Cesar Chavez. It was founded in 1948 by Fred Ross and Edward Roybal and was a source of political support for Roybal during
his long political career.
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