Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1968 -1983


Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1968 -1983

Administrative records, litigation files, and special program files.

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The Rockefeller Foundation was established in May 1913 by John D. Rockefeller, by act of the New York State Legislature, "to promote the well-being of mankind throughout the world". From its earliest years, several separate organizations and divisions have carried on the Foundation's work in carefully selected fields. In 1913, the International Health Board (originally the International Health Commission) was formed in order to extend the work of the Rockefeller Sanitary Commission for the Eradi...

Velarde-Munoz, Felix (person)

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Frausto, Eulalio (person)

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Epithet: of Laxton, county Nottinghamshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001391.0x00028f ...

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American Civil Liberties Union (corporateBody)

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Graham, Kenneth W. (Kenneth Wayne) (person)

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Pérez, James R. (person)

Hesburgh, Theodore Martin, 1917-.... (person)

Priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross; executive vice-president (1949-1952) and president (1952-1987) of the University of Notre Dame; member (1957-1972) and chairman (1969-1972) of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. From the description of Papers, 1941-[ongoing]. (University of Notre Dame). WorldCat record id: 25419997 Priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross who was awarded the St. Edward's University's Quest Medal in 1975. Among his many significant jobs and...

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Texas Law Enforcement Community Relations Conference (corporateBody)

California Fair Employment and Housing Commission (corporateBody)

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Couch, Jane A. (person)

Garcia, Manuel H. (person)

Alcantar, Michael (person)

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Obledo, Mario G., 1932- (person)

Biography: 1932- Secretary, State of California Health and Welfare Department, 1975-1982; Harvard Law School, faculty, 1974-1975; MALDEF, president and general counsel, 1968-1974; State of Texas, assistant attorney general, 1965-1968; National Rainbow Coalition, chair, 1989-1993; LULAC, national president, 1983-1985; California Coalition of Hispanic Organizations, chair, 1974-1995. From the description of Papers, 1957-1997. (University of California, Davis). WorldCat record id: 39657...

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Garza, Ricardo L. (person)

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Jina, Dora (person)

Contreras, Joel G. (person)

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Garcia, Miguel F. (person)

Cranston, Alan ; Chacón, Rigo (person)

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Hanten, Linda. (person)

Berkowitz, Marta (person)

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Herrera, Frances M. (person)

Castillo, John, 1792-1845 (person)

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Aveces, Martina (person)

Garcia, ... (Louis) (person)

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Ibañez, Richard (person)

Province, Sarah Anne (person)

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Marenco, Eduardo (Ed) (person)

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Linden, David J. (person)

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Galarza, Ernesto, 1905-1984 (person)

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Shaw, Carl (person)

Korbel, George. (person)

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Sanders, Judith A. (person)

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National Association of Bilingual Education (corporateBody)

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Alamo Area Council of Governments (corporateBody)

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Hernandez, Eduardo (person)

Martinez, Vilma S. ; García, Robert (person)

Navarro, Susan (person)

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Ramirez, Ruby (person)

Moreno, Paul (person)

Lopez, Patricia (person)

Flores, Dorothy A. (person)

Reyes, Ed (person)

Cornelius, Wayne A. (person)

Ross, Diane (person)

Cruz, Juan (person)

Montalban, Ricardo (person)

New World Foundation (corporateBody)

National Institute for Law and Justice (corporateBody)

Valdez, Enrique (person)

Newman, Frank C. (person)

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National Science Foundation (U.S.). Directorate for Research Applications (corporateBody)

Commission for Mexican-American Affairs (corporateBody)

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation (corporateBody)

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Nemerovski, Howard N. (person)

MALDEF training conference at Clear Lake, CA (corporateBody)

BASICS (corporateBody)

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Suarez, Robert H. (person)

de Leon, Armando (person)

Haig, Alexander M. (person)

Kapp, Joe Garcia (person)

MALDEF Conference on Domestic Human Rights (corporateBody)

Atlantic Richfield Foundation (corporateBody)

Markham, Roseanne (person)

Muller, Anna (person)

Gonzales, Fred (person)

Martinez, Levi (person)

Field Foundation, The (corporateBody)

Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project (corporateBody)

National Hispanic Feminist Conference (corporateBody)

Sachem Fund (corporateBody)

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Valdez, Ruben (person)

Smith, William French, 1917- (person)

California State University, Fresno (corporateBody)

Foley, Lee (person)

Klutznick, Phillip. (person)

Continental Bank Foundation. (corporateBody)

KOAT (corporateBody)

Garcia, Joseph (person)

Cantú, Norma E. 1947-... (person)

Asilomar Conference (corporateBody)

Shalan Foundation (corporateBody)

The Shalan Foundation, based in San Francisco, California, was founded in 1973 and closed in 1993. It provided grants to promote environmental balance and economic justice, sustainable development and democracy, participatory planning and healthy communities. Grants were made in the areas of economic planning, resource management, and citizen participation, with particular interest given to sustainable agriculture and forestry, and toxics reduction. From the guide to the Shalan Found...

Steiner, William (person)

United farm workers (corporateBody)

Collected by Fr. Victor Salandini. From the description of Clippings from first convention, 1973. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 462019377 The National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) was founded in 1962 by César E. Chávez and other Mexican-American community activists in Delano, California. In 1966, the NFWA merged with the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee (AWOC) to form the United Farm Workers of America, the first successful and largest effort ever to organize ag...

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Hybels, Richard (person)

National Hispanic Leadership Conference (corporateBody)

Barrera, Arturo L. (person)

Flores, Dorothy (person)

Estrada, Esther. (person)

Coalition of Mexicanos/Latinos Against Defamation (corporateBody)

Hunter, David R. (person)

Garcia, Rebecca (person)

Nabarrete, Charles D. (person)

Echeverría, Luis, 1922- (person)

Luis Echeverría (b. January 17, 1922, Mexico City, Mexico) was the president of Mexico from 1970 to 1976....

Ramey, Drucilla (person)

Hernandez, Roland (person)

Smiley, Mary (person)

Juarez, Liza (person)

Aguirre, Hank, 1931-1994 (person)

del Olmo, Frank (person)

de la Rocha, Castulo (person)

American Coalition for Bilingual Education (corporateBody)

Renne, Louise (person)

Arechiga, Dora (person)

Torres, Miguel (person)

IMAGE de California, Sixth Annual Training Conference (corporateBody)

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MALDEF training conference at Bandera, Texas (corporateBody)

Lopez, Gerald R. (person)

Campos, Emma L. (person)

Moreno, Mario (person)

Judicial Selection Project (corporateBody)

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Hamilton, Don (person)

Rabago, Roberto (person)

Melara, Sonia (person)

McKelvey, Judith (person)

Reyes, Pete (person)

Tijerina, Pete. (person)

Montenegro, Raquel (person)

Casso, Henry (person)

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National association of civil rights organizations; founded, 1949-1950, by Roy Wilkins (chairman), A. Philip Randolph, and Arnold Aronson. From the description of Records of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1943-1991 (bulk 1960-1987). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78819919 From the description of Records, 1943-1991 (bulk 1951-ca. 1985). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70937790 ...

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Mexican-American School Litigation Conference (corporateBody)

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Villareal, Rebecca (person)

Hernandez, Frank P. (person)

California State Employees' Association (corporateBody)

History Founded in 1931 CSEA is California's largest state employee organization, representing almost 140,000 state and university workers, managers, supervisors and retirees at the bargaining table and before the California Legislature and key state departments and agencies. From the guide to the California State Employee Association Newsletter Collection, 1970-1975, (California State University Historical Archives California Sta...

Flores, Romeo (person)

Rodríguez, Julio (person)

Barron, Suzanne (person)

Howe, Harold, 1918- (person)

Harold Howe (1918-2002) was U.S. Commissioner of Education, Washington, (1965-1968). Senior Lecturer at Harvard University Graduate School of Education, (1982-1994). From the description of Papers, 1930-2003 (bulk 1965-2002). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 223382642 Educator, foundation executive. From the description of Reminiscences of Harold Howe II : oral history, 1983. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122569804 ...

United States. Federal Communications Commission (corporateBody)

Salinas, Guadalupe (person)

John Hay Whitney Foundation (corporateBody)

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Suarez, Roberto H. (person)

California Census Project Advisory Council (corporateBody)

de Necochea, Fernando. (person)

Soria, Juan. (person)

Martinez, Vilma S. (person)

O'Neill, Beth Cobb (person)

Western Region College Board Conference (corporateBody)

The Census and Human Services in the 1980's Conference (corporateBody)

Mexican-American Lawyer's Club (corporateBody)

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Panovich, Linda J. (person)

Ramage, David (person)

Epithet: Librarian University of Durham British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000298.0x00026f ...

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Voting Rights Conference (corporateBody)

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LaGuardia, Lidia (person)

Gomez, Francisco (person)

Gonzales, Virgnia (person)

Grant Foundation (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

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Pena, Albert Jr. (person)

Democratic National Committee. (corporateBody)

Weisberg, Eric (person)

Cisneros, Roger (person)

Kantor, Valerie. (person)

Rosen, Sanford Jay (person)

National Chicano Forum (corporateBody)

Torres, Art (person)

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Herrera, Arthur R., Jr. (person)

Vasquez, Patricia M. (person)

Hewlett Foundation (corporateBody)

Chicano Federation (corporateBody)

Giron Nava, Elsa (person)

Saldaña, Lupe (person)

Alcala, Carlos M. (person)

Levine, Naomi (person)

James Irvine Foundation (corporateBody)

American Issue Forum (corporateBody)

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McKay, Robert B. (person)

Rockwell, Bruce (person)

Guajardo, Tony (person)

South Texas Health Systems Agency (corporateBody)

Rosenblum, Ron (person)

Gutierrez, George San Ramon (person)

Mastro, Justin (person)

Franco, Irene (person)

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (corporateBody)

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Clorox Company (corporateBody)

Oliveira, Annette (person)

Baltazar Baca, A. (person)

United California Bank (corporateBody)

Madrid, Al (person)

Herrera, Joseph (person)

National Coalition on the Hanigan Case (corporateBody)

Vanir Development Corp. (corporateBody)

Montalbán, Ricardo (person)

KBHK (corporateBody)

Hispanic Dialogue (corporateBody)

Aceves, Martina (person)

Joyce Foundation (corporateBody)

Nava, Elsa Giron (person)

Christman, John H. (person)

National Conference on the Administration of Justice and the Mexican-American (corporateBody)

Rosen, Sanford Jay (person)

Ms. Foundation (corporateBody)

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Atlantic Richfield Corporation (ARCO) (corporateBody)

Carmona, Ricardo (person)

Texas Employment Commission (corporateBody)

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Lopez, Ercardo (person)

Southwest Voter Education Project (corporateBody)

Anderson, Valerie (person)

Cortez, Louis (person)

Botello, Jesse Roy (person)

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Garvey, Joanne (person)

Luna, Gregory. (person)

Bernick, Michael (person)

KSFS (corporateBody)

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Herrera, Art (person)

Sosa, Martin (person)

Roos, Peter D. J. (person)

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Workshop on Proposition 13 (corporateBody)

Lopez, Rose (person)

Ramirez, David E. (person)

Baller, Morris (person)

Ku Klux Klan. (corporateBody)

Barron, Rebeca E. (person)

Kraftco Corporation (corporateBody)

KRON (corporateBody)

Exelrod, Alan. (person)

National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (U.S.) (corporateBody)

United States. Commission on Civil Rights (corporateBody)

Platte Valley Action Center (corporateBody)

Gilbert, Steve (person)

United States Department of Justice, Hispanic Advisory Committee (corporateBody)

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Kopp, Quentin Lewis, 1928- (person)

Nogales, Luis G. (person)

Adolph Coors Company (corporateBody)

Dimas, Nick (person)

Spencer Foundation (corporateBody)

American G.I. Forum (corporateBody)

Mendoza, Carlos F. (person)

Madrid, Veronica (person)

Ryan, Leonard (person)

MALDEF training conference in Winter Park, Colorado (corporateBody)

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Eagle, Vernon (person)

American Issues Forum of San Francisco (corporateBody)

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Biography/Administrative History Author and activist, Chris Glaser has published twelve books, including Uncommon Calling, Coming Out to God, and Coming Out as Sacrament, and As My Own Soul: The Blessing of Same-Gender Marriage. His most recent book is The Final Deadline: What Death Has Taught Me About Life. Chris is a frequent speaker and retreat leader across denominational boundaries throughout North America on issues ranging from sexualit...

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Bernick, Michael, 1953-... (person)

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Third World Fund (corporateBody)

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MALDEF training conference at Asilomar (1976 and 1980) (corporateBody)

Lyman, Richard W. (person)

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Roper, Dwight (person)

Aguilar, Gloria (person)

Hayes-Bautista, David E. (person)

Rios, Richard (person)

Lara, Mercedes (person)

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United States. Department of Education (corporateBody)

Williams, Hilary. (person)

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Camacho, Leticia (person)

Fresquez, Gloria C. (person)

Ray, Rosemary (person)

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Brown, Jerry (person)

Hunter, Harriet (person)

Bay Area Urban League (corporateBody)

Lacayo, Vilma (person)

Minority Coalition for Equal Justice (corporateBody)

National Symposium on Hispanic Business and Economy in the United States (corporateBody)

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Haas, Walter A., 1889-1979 (person)

Gutierrez, Jose Angel, (person)

Political activist, elected official, and writer. Born Oct. 25, 1944, in Crystal City, Texas. Graduated from Crystal City High School (1962), Texas A. & I. (B.A., 1966), St. Mary's Univ. in San Antonio (M.A., 1968), and the Univ. of Texas at Austin (PhD., 1976). Founder or co-founder of several Chicano organizations in the 1960s and 1970s, including M.A.Y.O. and the Raza Unida Party. Involved in the political takeover of Crystal City's government by its Mexican American majority; elected pre...

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de Anda, James (person)

Hartman, Lee E. (person)

Avila, Joaquin J. (person)

Cadena, Carlos C. (person)

La Garda, Lidia (person)

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Shetterly, Robert B. (Robert Browne), 1915- (person)

California Rural Legal Assistance. (corporateBody)

Cardoza, Rafael (person)

Lopez, Alba M. (person)

Romero, Raymond (person)

United States. Community Services Administration (corporateBody)

The Community Services Administration (CSA) was established by the Headstart, Economic Opportunity, and Community Partnership Act of 1974 (88 Stat. 2291: 42 U.S.C. 2701 note) as the successor to the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO). The date of succession was January 4, 1975. As an independent agency within the executive branch it administered Federal anti-poverty programs. These programs, designed to reduce poverty in the United States, were available to the poor in both urban ...

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Panama Canal Treaty Briefing, November 10, 1977 (corporateBody)

Gonzalez, Robert (person)

Conference on Employment Discrimination and the Law (corporateBody)

Segura, Ana (person)

Vera, Eva (person)

Ramos, Carlos (person)

Herrera, Heriberto (person)

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Kauffman, Albert H. (person)

Baltodano, Carlos E. (person)

Sanchez, David (person)

Apodaca, Jerry, 1934- (person)

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Olivarez, Graciela, 1928- (person)

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The Excellence of Dance Initiative, created by the Chicago Community Trust in 2001, was a short-term research and advocacy project designed to strengthen the Chicago dance community. Its purpose was to learn more about the issues and needs of the area dance field, to study the impact of past giving in dance, and to identify and develop some demonstration projects that might be funded by the Trust. Overseen by Chicago Community Trust's senior advisor Sarah Solotaroff, wit...

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Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004) was the 40th President of the United States and served two terms in office from 1981 to 1989. He was born on February 6, 1911, in Tampico, Illinois, the second son of Nelle Wilson and John Edward ("Jack") Reagan. His father nicknamed him "Dutch" as a baby. In 1920 the family resettled in Dixon, Illinois. In 1928 Reagan graduated from Dixon High School, where he had been student body president, an actor in school plays, and a student athlete. He partici...

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Wilbur Van Zile was born August 24, 1904 in New Jersey and at an early age he traveled with his family across the United States, settling in California. Mr. Van Zile always had an interest in short wave radio and dentistry, keeping an active on-the-air radio status and updated licenses; and excelling in dentistry while improving methods for maxillofacial surgery. After earning his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1928 and completing his undergraduate work from the Unive...

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The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is one of the largest Scouting organizations in the United States of America and one of the largest youth organizations in the United States, with more than 2.4 million youth participants and nearly one million adult volunteers. The BSA was founded in 1910, and since then, more than 110 million Americans have been participants in BSA programs at some time. The BSA is part of the international Scout Movement and became a founding member organization of the World Or...

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Edward Moore Kennedy (b. Feb. 22, 1932, Boston, Mass.-d. Aug. 25, 2009), graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in government in 1956, and received his LL.B. from the University of Virginia in 1959. He served in the United States Army from 1951 to 1953. He was elected democratic senator from Massachusetts in 1962, served until his death in August 2009. He was the Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk County from 1961 to 1962, and sought the Democratic nomination for president in 1980....

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Political activist, elected official, and writer. Born Oct. 25, 1944, in Crystal City, Texas. Graduated from Crystal City High School (1962), Texas A. & I. (B.A., 1966), St. Mary's Univ. in San Antonio (M.A., 1968), and the Univ. of Texas at Austin (PhD., 1976). Founder or co-founder of several Chicano organizations in the 1960s and 1970s, including M.A.Y.O. and the Raza Unida Party. Involved in the political takeover of Crystal City's government by its Mexican American majority; elected pre...

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Martínez, César Augusto, 1944- (person)

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Green, Robert (person)

Robert Edward Green (September 30, 1934-January 15, 2003) was born in San Francisco, California. He received his Associate of Arts degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1954, and his JD from Hastings College of Law in 1958. He was admitted to the California Bar in 1959, and after a short stint as a lawyer decided to become a Unitarian Universalist minister. He received his BD from Crane Theological School in 1963, and was ordained the same year at the First Parish ...

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