Latino American Studies Research Guide
MSU Libraries research guide
Gilberto V. and Minerva T. Martinez papers, 1971-1997
The collection consists of materials related to Michigan and Texas and the life and political activism of Gilberto Martinez.
This collection contains the papers of the following individuals:
Contains meeting minutes from the Southwest Michigan Migrant Resource Council from 1994-2000 as well as newspaper clippings on migrant labor, immigration and other agricultural labor issues.
Gonzales, Juana & Jesse Gonzales
Contains reports, newsletters, reprints, unpublished papers and news clippings relating to Chicano student activism on campuses, Chicanos and Latinos in the arts and materials on the history of Chicanos and Latinos in Michigan including agricultural labor and migrant workers.
Gordillo, Paulo R.
Contains documents, news clippings and correspondence on Cesar Chavez commorations, various news articles on Lansing area issues including the Q-106 radio program on a controversial Cinco de Mayo radio broadcast & a resulting "Media and Community Relations Summit.
Martinez, Gilberto V. and Minerva T.Martinez
Contains files, photographs, illustrations, newspaper clippings, articles, realia and memorabilia focusing on artists, exhibits, political events, political parties and business ventures in broadcasting & communications in Texas and Michigan.
Contains reports, conference materials, meeting files, news articles, fliers, pamphlets, & training manuals dealing with labor, leadership training, educational issues, affirmative action, political advancement, and community support programs
Rochin, Refugio I.
This collection of news clippings and articles focuses on immigration, free trade, labor and the experiences of Chicanos and Latinos and particularly those of the undocumented immigrant.
Contains reports, unpublished papers and news clippings related to Latinos in education including bilingual education and higher education;
Contains conference materials, meeting files, news articles, flyers,and pamphlets that focus on educational issues, affirmative action, political advancement, and community support programs at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, as well as some events in the greater Detroit area.