La Raza Publication Records, 1967-1977

Title

La Raza Publication Records, 1967-1977

Creator

La Raza Staff

Source

La Raza Publication Records, 1967-1977

Date

1967-1977

Contributor

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

Rights

Public Domain

Language

English and Spanish

Collection Items

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 17, Yearbook
La Raza Yearbook cover is an eagle with a serpent in its mouth. September 1968 periodical publication.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 16
La Raza logo on the top left corner. An illustration of a man from the barrio wearing shades, a hat, and a trench coat.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 15
The cover of La Raza contains a group of Mexican soldiers marching with a solider leading the group on a horse.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 14
Cover of La Raza contains imagery of a farmer harvesting corn. Rats on the lower half of the image carry a cob of corn.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 13
La Raza cover focused on the event that La Raza staff and editor were arrested under charges of conspiring to disturb the peace. Images of protestors and their signs like Viva Moctezuma Esparza on the far left.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 12
Cover of La Raza contains information for a rally at Will Rogers State Park. The cover image contains protestors holding National Farm Workers Association signs and the American Flag.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 11
The cover of La Raza contains images from the East LA Blowouts and a political cartoon in reference to the student protests.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 10
Photographs from the Convention of the Congress of Mexican-American Unity held at Roosevelt High School.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 6
La Raza cover includes images of students protesting for quality education. Signs describe the injustices that Chicanos face in schools and how they're fed up with bad education.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 4
Two lists of complaints about the quality of the buildings at Garfield High School and Los niños and bad education students received. A student mounted a sign on the school fence that states "white directors use Uncle Toms to destroy community".

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 3
A photograph on the cover of La Raza shows the Pre-El Paso hearing in Malibu which 200 Mexican-Americans attended.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 2
A map of East Los Angeles on the cover of La Raza displays the divided sections indicating how it was physically divided by freeways.

La Raza: Volume 1, Number 0
A photograph on the left shows people of the United Farm Workers Organizing committee holding signs to protest for the rights of farmworkers.
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