Segregation in education -- California.
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains articles and documents related to the Mendez v. Westminster case. These records were put together by Christopher Arriola, a Deputy District Attorney for the County of Santa Clara who appeared in Sandra Robbie's 2003 documentary film Mendez vs. Westminster: For All the Children.
The Ayala family papers consist of photos, personal correspondence, and documents of the Ayala sisters and photos of their parents and their classes. Included is a transcript of Isabel Ayala's testimony in the Mendez v. Westminster trial and ephemera related to the legacy of the case.
This item is a short film on DVD titled "Mendez v. Westminster: Families for Equality" and was created by Erica Bennett. It was donated by Bennett in January of 2011.
This collection contains materials regarding the "Mendez v. Westminster 60th Anniversary and Official U.S. Postage Stamp Unveiling" event held at Chapman University on April 14, 2007.
This collection contains items that belonged to the Guzman family, who participated in the Mendez v. Westminster case of 1946. The collection includes family realia such as articles of clothing, textiles, a watch, a homemade doll, and other records such as a news clipping and family photographs.
This collection contains an original (second) copy of James Kent's master's thesis from the University of Oregon. The thesis is titled "Segregation of Mexican school children in Southern California" and the research was used as evidence against him and the Orange County schools during the Mendez v. Westminster trial.
This collection contains the original artwork that was used to design the Mendez v. Westminster Commemorative Stamp in 2007. The artwork was created by artist Rafael Lopez and donated by him on October 20, 2010. The collection also includes two posters that feature the stamp design.
This collection consists of material related to Mendez v. Westminster and was donated by the Los Angeles Law Library.
This collection contains material donated by Professor Mike Madrid, Ph.D., Education Director at Chapman University, and consists of material that is related to the Mendez v. Westminster case.
This collection consists of photographs, clippings, correspondences, and other documents related to Arthur Palomino and his family, including some records related to the Mendez v. Westminster case of 1946.
This collection contains digital photographs from the celebration of the dedication of Mendez v. Westminster group study room and Mendez v. Westminster Archive.
This collection contains invitations, programs, and certificates from the celebration of the dedication of Mendez v. Westminster group study room (located on the third floor of Leatherby Libraries) and Mendez v. Westminster Archive, in honor of the Sayre Family, held on October 14, 2009.
This collection contains ephemera such as flyers, programs, invitations, letters, exhibit guides, pamphlets, and other papers from events regarding the legacy of the Mendez v. Westminster case of 1946.
This collection contains a copy of Sandra Robbie's film, Mendez Vs. Westminster: For All the Children / Para Todos Los Niños.
This collection contains materials regarding the the USPS Mendez v. Westminster Commemorative Stamp event of 2007, and the grand opening and dedication ceremony for the Gonzalo and Felicitas Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School in 2001. Also included are digital images of Santa Ana Board of Education Meeting Minutes from 1946 and 1947.
This collection contains Westminster School District board meeting minutes, Westminster Elementary school class photographs, other documents, commemorative stamps and stamp memorabilia.