AUSTIN: Researcher Needed for PBS Documentary About Mex-Amer Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s

From Pamela Mann

RESEARCHER NEEDED FOR PBS DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE MEXICAN AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT OF THE 1950S

We need a researcher to do a day or two (or maybe more) of picture and document research for A CLASS APART, a new documentary for PBS about the Hernandez v. Texas Supreme Court case of 1954 and the post WWII Mexican American civil rights movement. A CLASS APART is directed by Carlos Sandoval (“Farmingville”) and is a production of Camino Bluff Productions. More info about the film is at www.caminobluff.com

We’re in the middle of editing the film and are looking for some images (photos, documents, etc.) to help bring the story to life. We’re in New York City and it’s hard for us to come to Texas, so we’re hoping to hire a student or other Austin-based researcher who can find us what we need in the Benson Latin American Collection and possibly other parts of the University of Texas Library. We will provide very specific guidance and a reasonable stipend for the work.

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Pamela Mann

Librarian for U.S. Latino Studies and the Caribbean

Benson Latin American Collection

The University of Texas Libraries

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Center for Mexican American Studies
The University of Texas at Austin
West Mall Building 5.102
1 University Station F9200
Austin, TX 78712

(512)471-4557
(512)471-9639 fax
cmas@uts.cc.utexas.edu
www.utexas.edu/depts/cmas

Contributed by:
Center for Mexican American Studies
UT Austin

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La Nueva Raza News
http://www.lanuevaraza.org

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