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From the records of the UCSF Black Caucus -- formed in 1968 to further the "political and social well-being of African American staff at UCSF." These are production materials for their newsletter, "The Black Bulletin," which documents the ties between the larger California Civil-Rights movement and the African American Faculty and Staff at UCSF. These materials highlight the civil rights health care perspective unique to the Black Caucus, who were heavily involved in activism and advocacy around prison health care and hospital working conditions in California and the Bay Area specifically.
8 1/2 x 11 in. 42 Pages of 42
cum_000060 MSS 85-38, folder 2
Black power Civil rights--1960-1970 Black power--United States
South San Francisco (Calif.)
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