Paths to Discovery: Autobiographies from Chicanas with Careers in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering
Norma A. Cantú, editor
Through their testimonios—personal stories—a group of trailblazing Chicanas trace how their interest in math and science at a young age developed into professional careers.
2008. 264 pp. 6x9. Paper: $19.95
ISBN: 978-0-89551-119-5
Winner of 2009 International Book Award, 2nd Place - Nonfiction, Biography in English
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Serving Blacks and Latinos with AIDS: A Case Study from Los Angeles
Rodríguez, and Vera F. Owens. 1990.
Working Papers Series Two, No. 2.
Paper. $2.00.
Study of how poverty affects Blacks and Latinos with AIDS.
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Antología del Saber Popular
Robe, Stanley L., ed. 1971.
Monograph Series, no. 2. 75 pages.
Paper. $25.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-001-4.
A selection, in Spanish, of folktales, jests, legends, beliefs, popular
medicines, prayers, verses, children's games, riddles, and customs. Tremendous archival, historical, and literary value.
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Sembradores; Ricardo Flores Magón y el Partido Liberal Mexicano: A Eulogy and Critique
Gómez-Quiñones, Juan. 1979.
Monograph Series, no 5. 173 pages.
Paper. $30.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-010-3.

Story of the anarchist's trials and tribulations.

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Humanidad: Essays in Memory of George I. Sánchez
Paredes, Américo, ed. 1977.
Monograph Series, no. 6. 144 pages.
Paper. $30.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-007-3

Collection of essays by top Chicano educators.
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Chicano Workers: Their Utilization and Development
Romero, Fred E. 1979.
Monograph Series, no. 8. 160 pages.
Paper. $20.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-011-1.

Provides a comprehensive statistical profile on the Chicano labor force.

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Mexicano/Chicano Concerns and School Desegregation in Los Angeles
Haro, Carlos M. 1977.
Monograph Series, no. 9. 92 pages.
Paper. $20.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-012-x.

Focuses on the famous desegregation case of Crawford vs. Board of Education, the first desegregation case in the United States.

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A Community under Siege: A Chronicle of Chicanos East of the Los Angeles River, 1945-1975
Acuña, Rodolfo F. 1984.
Monograph Series, no. 11. 523 pages.
Paper. $25.00
ISBN: 978-0-89551-066-9.

The first edition of Acuña's famous history of Chicanos living in East Los Angeles.

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The Gypsy Wagon
Rodríguez, Armando R. 1974.
Creative Series, no. 2. 90 pages.
Paper. $35.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-005-7.

Vignettes on the daily life of Chicanos.

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Hechizo Spells
Sánchez, Ricardo. 1976.
Creative Series, no. 3. 321 pages.
Paper. $50.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-024-3.

Powerful prose and poetry, with illustrations.

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Criticism of Traditional Postsecondary School Admission Criteria: A Search for Alternatives
Haro, Carlos M. 1978.
Occasional Paper Series, no. 1. 57 pages.
Paper. $20.00.
ISBN: 978-0-89551-019-07.

A critical examination of how college admissions criteria affects the nonwhite and poor.

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Essays on La Mujer
Sánchez, Rosaura, and Rosa Martínez, eds. 1977.
Anthology Series, no. 1. 194 pages.
Paper. $25.00
ISBN: 978-0-89551-020-0.

An important, pioneering collection of Chicana feminist writings.

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Action Research: In Defense of the Barrio
Barrera, Mario, and Geraldo Vialpando. 1974.
Pamphlet no. 1. 36 pages.
Paper. $30.00
ISBN: 978-0-89551-017-0.

Interviews with famous Chicano activists.

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Down from Colonialism
Rodríguez, Jaime E. 1983.
Popular Series, no. 3. 46 pages.
Paper. $20.00
ISBN: 978-0-89551-064-2.

Rodriguez's distinguished faculty lecture.

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