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Oviatt Library • 25 weeks ago

Handbook of the Supreme Council of the Mexican-American Movement, circa 1945. This organization, whose theme was "Progress Through Education," was created in 1945 to "improve, social, educational, economic, and spiritual conditions among Mexican-Americans and Mexican people living in the United States of America". The organization had its roots in the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Supreme Council of the Mexican-American Movement Papers. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

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