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Chicano movement -- Michigan -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Gilberto V. and Minerva T. Martinez papers

Identifier: MSS 389 large
Scope and Contents The Gilberto and Minerva Martinez Papers (1971-1997) contain materials related to Gilberto Martinez's life and political activism in Michigan and Texas. Included are files, photographs, illustrations, newspaper clippings, articles, realia and memorabilia focused on artists, exhibits, political events, political parties - such as La Raza Unida - and business ventures in broadcasting and communications. Of particular note is the history of the flags in Series 5. These flags were those flown...
Dates: 1971-1997

Maria Enriquez papers

Identifier: MSS 298 large
Scope and Contents

The Maria Enriquez papers primarily relate to Enriquez’s involvement with the Flint Hispanic community from 1973 through 1989; most notably, they include the by-laws of M.U.M. (Mujeres Unidas de Michigan), an early Chicana organization in the mid-Michigan area.

Dates: 1972-1989