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Civil rights

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Adamsel, Louis. Interview, 2021-05-28

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Identifier: SC027-08
Scope and Contents In this interview, Louis Adamsel speaks on his time as an undergraduate student at California State University San Marcos, aspects of his life as a student leader, his experience as a Black student and, later, as a staff member. Adamsel discusses his experience advocating for the opening of the Black Student Center and the purpose the BSC serves to students, including the necessity of having a variety of resources in order to retain underserved students. He also speaks on mentorships and...
Dates: 2021-05-28

Bradley, Chanel. Interview , 2023-04-14

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Scope and Contents Chanel Bradley is a California State University San Marcos alumna. She graduated with her degree in Women's and Gender Studies in 2012. Chanel worked at the Cross-Cultural Center from 2008-2012 and was involved in various social identity related causes on campus. In this interview, Chanel discusses her experience as a peer educator at the Cross-Cultural Center and her recollections of the center during her time at CSUSM. Bradley was also involved in the Women's Center [now Gender Equity...
Dates: 2023-04-14

Carreon, Daniela. Interview, 2023-04-06

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Scope and Contents

Daniela Carreon is alumna of California State University San Marcos, where she worked with the Cross-Cultural Center (CCC) and other student organizations such as MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Xicanx de Aztlán). In this interview, Daniela discusses her involvement with the CCC, campus changes, and her current work and goals as a sociology PhD student.

Dates: 2023-04-06

Dare to Struggle (Street Journal & San Diego Free Press), 1970-08-21 to 1970-10-09

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Scope and Contents Dare to Struggle was published as an insert to the Street Journal & San Diego Free Press, a semi-regular weekly underground newspaper. Dare to Struggle was focused on Black liberation, and contained news, editorials, and other writing intended for San Diego's Black community. It was also published as the Black Community News Service, and issues of the Street Journal & San Diego Free Press preceding and after Dare to Struggle's publication also covered issues of importance to Black...
Dates: Publication: 1970-08-21 to 1970-10-09

Sheikh-Arvizu, Sara. Interview, 2023-03-30

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Identifier: SC027-30
Scope and Contents

In this interview, Sara Sheikh-Arvizu discusses her roles at CSUSM and the various programs she initiated or facilitated. Sheikh-Arvizu also briefly discusses her current work with Orange County Human Relations.

Dates: 2023-03-30

Street Journal, 1969-12-05; 1971-02-17 to 1972-02-15

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Library holdings of the Street Journal are December 5, 1969 and a run of the paper from February 17, 1971 to February 15, 1972. Library holdings likely contain gaps.

Dates: Publication: 1969-12-05; 1971-02-17 to 1972-02-15

Street Journal & San Diego Free Press, 1969-12-12 to 1970-12-04

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Scope and Contents

Library holdings of the Street Journal & San Diego Free Press are 1969-12-12 to 1970-12-04. Library holdings likely contain gaps.

Dates: Publication: 1969-12-12 to 1970-12-04