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Ethnic Studies
African American Genealogy Research - An Introduction to Resources
by Valencia Mitchell - Last Updated Apr 20, 2017
An introduction to the research and resources available for African American genealogy.
African American Music Appreciation Month
by The Librarian, Valencia Mitchell - Last Updated Jun 10, 2017
A guide to selected resources for researching African American music and musicians.
Art 104 - African Art
by The Librarian - Last Updated May 4, 2016
A wide variety of library resources relating to African Art.
Art 105A - Latin America and the Caribbean: Pre-Columbian
by The Librarian - Last Updated Feb 15, 2017
Research Guide on the Arts of Latin America & the Caribbean: Pre-Columbian
Art 106 - Mexican Art
by The Librarian - Last Updated Feb 15, 2017
Library resources on Mexican art.
Art 107 - Asian Art
by The Librarian - Last Updated Feb 15, 2017
A wide variety of library resources related to Asian Art.
Black Images in Popular Culture
by Lynda Sampson - Last Updated Feb 15, 2017
Research guide supporting ART108/HUM108 Black Images in Popular Culture
Body Art
by The Librarian - Last Updated Feb 15, 2017
Many groups or individuals used tattooing, piercing, body painting, and other forms of body modification and adornment to mark affiliation and identity, as parts of rites of passage, and as decoration.
Cesar Chavez
by The Librarian - Last Updated Mar 21, 2015
Library resources relating to Cesar Chavez.
Cultural Heritage
by The Librarian - Last Updated Apr 5, 2017
Library resources related to the heritages of a wide variety of cultures.
Day of the Dead -- Dia de los Muertos
by The Librarian - Last Updated May 4, 2016
Día de los Muertos is a time to honor and celebrate deceased loved ones.
Discrimination
by The Librarian - Last Updated Apr 19, 2017
Los Angeles - History
by The Librarian - Last Updated Nov 10, 2014
Mendez v Westminster
by The Librarian - Last Updated Oct 24, 2016
National Hispanic Heritage Month: Sept 15 - Oct 15
by The Library - Last Updated May 16, 2017
Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
Tan - The Joy Luck Club
by The Librarian - Last Updated Oct 14, 2016
“Then you must teach my daughter this same lesson. How to lose your innocence but not your hope. How to laugh forever.” ― Amy Tan
Tan - The Kitchen God's Wife
by The Librarian - Last Updated Jun 5, 2017
“Chance is the first step you take, luck is what comes afterward.” ― Amy Tan, The Kitchen God's Wife
Transracial Adoption
by The Librarian - Last Updated Jul 19, 2016
 

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