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Chicano/a Research Collection (CRC)

A great source for Chicano/a and Mexican American history!

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Nancy Godoy
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(480)965-2594

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Use the following databases to find primary & secondary resources. (Material not in Chicano/a Research Collection).

When you're looking for resources, use different search terms like: Chicano, Chicana, Latino, Hispanic, Hispano, Mexican American, Mexicanos, etc.

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