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  • Oviatt Library

    "Justice Not War," circa 1960s. This image of a Latino group protesting the Vietnam War made its way into the personal papers of Julian Nava. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

  • LibrarianJennie Quinonez-Skinner

    "Justice Not War" Repository : California State University, Northridge. Oviatt Library. Urban Archives Center Collection : Julian Nava Collection

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