Intercollegiate Chinese for Social Action: Position Paper
A position paper condemning the ignorance displayed by San Francisco State College towards non-white people living in poverty, particularly residents of Chinatown, and supporting the establishment of a School of Ethnic Area Studies.
- Created by
- Third World Liberation Front
- San Francisco State College
- San Francisco, CA
- Special Collections, San Francisco State University
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