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Est. 1969, a library, archive, and academic press, plus public programs and collaborative projects dedicated to research and scholarship on US Chican@-Latin@s.
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UCLA CSRC 5h
Pleased to see Ramiro Gomez named here! The CSRC hosted Gomez's first solo show in 2013, and featured his work in the exhibition "Home--So Different, So Appealing" and in 2017-18. 13 Artists On: Immigration13 Artists On: Immigration
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Annie Ross 24h
Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican & Mexican American music w/ more than 160,000 recordings
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UCLA CSRC Jun 19
CSRC is proud to have brought this digital collection to UCLA!
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UCLA CSRC Jun 19
Rare archival Mexican-American music to be featured at special listening event in the Mission District |
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UCLA CSRC Jun 18
If you are able to help, here is one way to do so:
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UCLA CSRC Jun 18
The is proud to partner in this study of employment equity at the Smithsonian and how well (or poorly) the nation’s preeminent art and cultural institution reflects and represents Latinos as part of U.S. cultural heritage.
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UCLA CSRC Jun 15
"You have to try really hard to exclude Chicana women from the history of Chicana/o art," writes CSRC assoc. dir. Charlene Villaseñor Black.
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UCLA CSRC Jun 15
Just in time for Father’s Day! Part 2 on the life and career of Lalo Guerrero on the Frontera Collection blog. The Strachwitz Frontera Collection contains over 125,000 songs celebrating North America’s Spanish-language musical heritage.
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Bernadine Hernández Jun 9
Submit to our Latinx Transnational collection on Ana Castillo! See CFP.
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Abel Valenzuela Jr Jun 12
See this great video of Dr. Estrada, UCLA’s great urban planning professor, teacher, mentor and campus leader. We salute Leo on his retirement and thank him for all his contributions to the next generation of change agents!
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UCLA CSRC Jun 12
Congratulations to Leo Estrada, CSRC Faculty Associate, on his retirement. We thank him for his tremendous scholarship and service.
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UCLA CSRC Jun 11
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Boyle Heights Beat Jun 5
A new documentary about the young men and women who chronicled the in LA's for premieres tonight on season opener of in association with and and can be streamed free
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UCLA CSRC Jun 4
A summary of CSRC initiatives in 2017-18, a visiting scholars report, awards and accolades for CSRC partners and publications, spring book sale through June 15, and more in this month's newsletter!
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Genevieve Carpio May 29
Congrats to all of the USP UndocuBruins on their research presentations today! starting at 5PM.
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Vincent Price Art Museum Jun 2
Today we open our latest exhibition—The 1968 Walkouts: Selections from UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Collections! On view through July 7, 2018. Image Credit: © Devra Weber. From the La Raza Photograph Collection. Courtesy of
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UCLA LPPI May 17
So excited to be hosting this incredible discussion on at the on May 31st w/ featuring & scholar ! RSVP here:
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UCLA Chicana/o Studies May 14
Join us May 25th from 1-6pm @ the UCLA Faculty Center in celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the 1993 Sit-In and Hunger Strike for Chicana and Chicano Studies at UCLA!
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LA Plaza May 23
Catch the opening reception of our newest exhibition "¡Ya Basta! The East L.A. Walkouts and the Power of Protest" on Friday, June 15, 5 to 8 pm. Music, refreshments, special guests. rsvp@lapca.org
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UCLA CSRC May 23
Today at 2 p.m. in the CSRC Library!
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