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UCLA University Archives Civil Rights Project

The Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse is collaborating with the UCLA University Archives to digitize and display documents from a number of important school desegregation cases. The UCLA University Archives, established in 1948, is the official repository for archival university records that document UCLA's decision-making process and cultural history. The University Archives is a unit within UCLA Library Special Collections and is one of ten University of California campus archival repositories.

The University Archives identifies and acquires university records created by UCLA faculty, staff, students, and alumni as they conduct the university's business and/or participate in university activities, and assists researchers to access the processed archival holdings.

310.825.4988
spec-coll@library.ucla.edu

[After the electronic finding aid to the Civil Rights Project is published, include the permanent links (URI = universal resource identifier) here, along with the link to the dataverse repository.]
The below cases represent a special subset of the full Clearinghouse collection.
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1 Crawford v. Board of Education of the City of Los Angeles
63-822854 (State Court)
Filed 1963 - Closed 1982
Los Angeles Board of Education
School Desegregation
Education
SD-CA-0006
Los Angeles County
Coding In Process
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