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Magdalena Gómez Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2011-0071
Abstract Contains correspondence, photographs, CDs, posters, flyers, promotional postcards, press releases that document the life of Magdalena Gómez as a poet, writer, spoken word performer, and social activist for such issues as homeless, arts in K-12 education, teenage bullying, teenage empowerment through the arts, women’s rights, Latino/a and other minorities rights, etc… In addition there are materials such as flyers, posters, correspondence, and DVDs that document Magdalena Gómez involvement...
Dates: 1979-2012

Migrant Farm Worker Clinic Records

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Identifier: 2013-0040
Abstract

The Migrant Farm Worker Clinic Records consist of reproduced health information literature used for distribution at various farms throughout Connecticut which employ migrant laborers. The collection documents the advocacy of health awareness espoused by the clinic as an organization as well as the volunteers, staff and physicians who operate it.

Dates: 1999-2010

North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) Archive of Latin Americana

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Identifier: 1999-0119
Abstract

The NACLA Archive brings together publications from and about all Latin American countries. Predominant throughout are primary sources, with secondary sources consisting mainly of research institutes' working papers and other similar types of scholarship. A large portion of the archive was microfilmed in 1998 by Scholarly Resources, Inc.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1965-1985; 1950-1990s

Diana I. Rios Collection of Ethnic Press Newspapers

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Identifier: 2009-0107
Abstract

The collection contains newspapers collected in conjunction with the University of Connecticut Libraries' exhibit, "The Ethnic American Press: Cultural Maintenance and Assimilation Roles." The collection is comprised of a broad spectrm of non-English and English language papers collected by Diana I. Rios, professor of communication sciences at the University of Connecticut.

Dates: 1992-2009

Cynthia Weill Papers

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Identifier: 2012-0029
Abstract Teacher, art historian, and humanitarian assistance worker, Cynthia Weill has published five children's books that help young children learn to read. Since the publication of her first book Weill has worked with artists across the world, using their work for illustrations in her books. Materials in the collection include books, dummies, correspondence, ephemera, illustrations, manuscripts, notes, photographs, and publications. The materials relate to her publications and include all her...
Dates: 2000-2004, 2009-2011