Citizens United for Racial Equality Records

collection

Citizens United for Racial Equ

Campus:
San Diego State University
Library:
Library and Information Access
Subject(s):
Citizens United for Racial Equality (Organization : San Diego, Calif.) – Archives ; Race discrimination -- California -- San Diego -- History -- 20th century – Sources ; Civil rights -- California -- San Diego -- History -- 20th century – Sources ; Civil rights movements -- California -- San Diego -- History -- 20th century – Sources ; African Americans -- California -- San Diego -- Social conditions ; San Diego (Calif.) -- Race relations
Description:
Citizens United for Racial Equality (CURE) is a non-profit organization established in 1968 for the purpose of improving racial equality and integration in the San Diego area. CURE has been involved in a variety of social programs and political issues that regard racial equality. The organization has also kept close ties with other local and national groups that are concerned with social problems, such as the Anti-Defamation league, Chicano Federation, and the American Civil Liberties Union. The CURE collection contains virtually a complete run of the Board of Directors meeting minutes, and also the Treasurer's Reports. A number of published materials from other organizations are also present.
Dates covered:
1968-1976
Language(s):
English
Collection Size:
6.25 linear feet
For more information:
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Citation Sample:
Identification of item, folder title, box number, Citizens United for Racial Equality Records, Special Collections and University Archives, Library and Information Access, San Diego State University.
Collection policy:
This collection is open for research. The copyright interests in the materials found in this collection have been transferred to San Diego State University. Special Collections and University Archives can only grant permission to publish materials for which it is the copyright holder.