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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Written Works

Biographical Materials

Feminist Publications and Memorabilia

Legal Case Materials

The Benson Latin American Collection

Yolanda Alaniz Papers, 1971-



Descriptive Summary

Creator Alaniz, Yolanda, 1950-
Title Yolanda Alaniz Papers
Dates: 1971-
Abstract Written works, biographical materials, feminist publications and memorabilia, and materials about political or sexual discrimination cases make up the papers of labor organizer, feminist, and journalist Yolanda Alaniz.
Accession No. 1984-2
OCLC Record No. 23597699
Extent 9 inches
Language English
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Yolanda Alaniz was born on 11 March 1950 and raised in the Yakima Valley of eastern Washington. She became involved in the labor movement as an employee at the University of Washington where she was one of the founders of the Staff Rights Organizing Committee (SROC). She has also been a member of the Freedom Socialist Party, United Workers Organization, and National Hispanic Feminist Conference, among other Seattle, Washington, and national organizations. Alaniz has written on the Chicano movement and women's rights.

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Scope and Contents Note

Written works, biographical material, feminist publications and memorabilia, and materials about political or sexual discrimination cases, 1971-present, make up the papers of labor organizer, feminist, and journalist Yolanda Alaniz. The papers contain information about Alaniz, her activities, and about several lawsuits dealing with discrimination on political or sexual grounds. Included is a six-part series, The Chicano struggle: a racial or a national movement? by Alaniz and Megan Cornish. Some other works by Alaniz were co-authored by Monica Hill.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

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Index Terms

The Yolanda Alaniz Papers are classified under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas Libraries catalog:
Alaniz, Yolanda, 1950-
Frasier, Clara
Woo, Merle
Freedom Socialist Party (U.S.)
Radical Women (Seattle, Wash.)
Feminists--Washington (State)
Mexican Americans--Politics and government
Radicalism--Washington (State)
Trade-unions--Washington (State)--Seattle
Other Authors
Cornish, Megan
Hill, Monica

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Yolanda Alaniz Papers, Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin.

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Box and Folder Inventory

 

Written Works

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1 1 Articles by Yolanda Alaniz
2 Chicano Struggle: A Racial Or a National Movement?

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Biographical Materials

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1 3 Materials about Alaniz, 1981
4 United Workers' Union, Student Journalist, and Freedom Socialist Party/Radical Women, 1974-1978

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Feminist Publications and Memorabilia

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2 1 Radical Women Publications
2 A Union That Wins: United Workers' Union
3 United Feminist Front
4 Radical Women, 1978
5 Peace and Freedom Party, 1976-1980
6 FSO/RW Publications and Correspondence, Feb-Apr 1990
7 Memorabilia: Radical Women T-shirt
8 Radical Women's 23rd Anniversary Conference

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Legal Case Materials

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2 9 The Story of Clara Frasier vs. Seattle City Light
10 Subject File: Clara Frasier v. Seattle City Light

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