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Prensa Popular (vol. 1, no. 3), 1974-01-29


Scope and Contents

"Braceros Sought Amidst Deportations" [talk of reopening Bracero program or something similar, exploitation of farm labor]; "Partial Israeli Withdrawl No Solution"; "L.J. [La Jolla] Council Fears Minority Pollution" [La Jolla Town Council asked to endorse UCSD Third College]; "Third or Muir???" [UCSD Third College proposal to eliminate "basic three quarter sequence of Third World Studies, Urban and Rural Studies and Communication"]; "Letters"; UFW Report [Gallo wine strike]; "Boycott Safeway. Viva La Huelga!" [photograph]; "Boycott Grapes" [photograph]; "UFW March Stresses Gallo Boycott" [march from Chicano Park to downtown San Diego]; "Colonia Tierra y Libertad: Collective Effort in Tijuana Continues" [land takeover in Tijuana of 100 hectares of land by Mexican students and workers; contains photograph]; "Cuban 'Gusanos' Disrupt H. Allende's Speech [Hortensia Allende speech in Los Angeles; contains photograph]; "Allende's Final Words" [Final words pronounced by President Salvadore Allende at the Presidential Palace during the Aerial bombardment conducted by the Chilean military]; "Oil Shortage -- Fact or Fiction?"; "Cultural Nationalism vs. Socialism" [reprint of two letters from Chicano Times, printed in San Antonio, Texas]; "News Briefs"; "Siquerios, people's artist, dies in Mexico" [David Alfaro Siquerios]; "Book Review: Macho--Timely Novel" [San Diego author Edmund VillaseƱor; review includes article of migrant braceros, ca. 1960]; "Peru next target for CIA!"; [cartoon, untitled]; "Atencion Inmigrantes: conozcan sus derechos!" [legal rights of migrants]; "Women in India: Famine and Revolt, Part 2"; "Boycott Gallo" [includes photograph and text from Maria Rossario Valderrama, of Bakersfield]


  • Publication: 1974-01-29

Language of Materials

From the File:

Chiefly in English; some articles in Spanish.

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From the Collection: 300 Linear Feet