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The records consist of conference materials documenting the Yale Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA), African American Studies, the Black Student Alliance at Yale, and a study documenting conferences on AIDS and HIV infections.
Although La Casa Cultural currently resides at 301 Crown St., the Chicano Students association was originally located in the same building as the Asian American Students Association. The shared space that would be known as the Chicano and Asian American Cultural Center was finally established in 1981. This collection contains information on the foundation of the AASA and the acquisition of the Center space.
The papers include correspondence, subject files, writings, clippings, audio and video recordings, and other materials that document the career of William Sloane Coffin, Jr. The collection includes documentation relating to the civil rights movement, Vietnam War protests, amnesty for war resisters, the Peace Corps, Operation Crossroads Africa, and Yale University during the time when Coffin served as chaplain of Yale University.
A resource center concerning the history of New Haven and its families from the time of the New Haven Colony in the 17th century to the present. Founded in 1862, the Library provides the materials and assistance required by the scholar and the student of the history and genealogy of New Haven. Located at 114 Whitney St.
Selected New Haven and Connecticut newspapers
For more newspapers published in New Haven, use the "Subject Browse" in Orbis and search for "New Haven (Conn.) - Newspapers".