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New additions to the CPMR Website

Poetry Reading Invitation

An invitation to a poetry reading to celebrate the first edition of "Curandera".

Proposal for Participation of Unorganized Women IWY

Proposal for the participation of of a major portion of Texas' population of women, unorganized women, including homemakers, rural women, older women, and younger women. Six pages.

Political Education Committee Letter to Martha and Juan

Letter to Marta and Juan Cotera asking them to co-chair the Political Education Committee for the Raza Unida Party. Written by Mario Compean.

Raza Art and Media Collective Journal Volume 1, Number 2

Contains the second edition of the Raza Art and Media Collective Journal. Pages 1-6.

Raza Unida Calendar of Events

Raza Unida Party calendar of upcoming events for the end of March and beginning of April.

Regeneracion, Vol. 2, No. 3, with Martha Cotera Notes

Photocopy of Regeneracion literary journal and magazine from Martha Cotera's files. Photocopy includes a data sheet on Francisco Flores for Cotera's bio-bibliographic database on Hispanic Women.

Texas Girl Scout Council requests materials for young Chicanas

Tejas Girl Scout Council and their pilot program for young Chicanas, 'Yo Soy'

Report on the Chicano Family

Report written by Juan Jose Peña about the Chicano Family in 1979.

Texas Women's Meeting Participation Booklet

A booklet of names of women who contributed to and worked on the Texas Womens Meeting.

International Women's Year Sign, Exterior

Mujeres Latinas en Acción sent delegates from Chicago, including college age women like Nancy de los Santos, to the International Women's Year Conference in Mexico City. The first conference of its kind, the IWY brought women from across the world together to discuss issues impacting their lives.

Girl sitting in a window sill

Black and white photograph of a girl sitting in a window sill.

Elderly man in suit, walking in front of Boycott March

Elderly man in suit, walking in front of Boycott March. The UFW Illinois Boycott was part of a nationwide series of boycotts that the United Farm Workers of America (UFW) spearheaded during the mid 1960s and 1970s. These boycotts alerted the national consumer of the grape and lettuce strikes that had erupted in California and other states.