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Woman and child at a demonstration against Principal Davis at Lincoln High School

La Raza Staff1968/1968

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
Los Angeles, CA, United States

A woman and a child at a demonstration against Principal Davis at Lincoln High School.Lincoln High School was one of the participating schools in the East L.A. walkouts of 1968. The walkouts were protests by Chicano students against inequality in LAUSD high schools ranging from poor facilities and poor education to the underestimation of Mexican-American student capabilities by teachers. Digital surrogate produced from negative.

Details

  • Title: Woman and child at a demonstration against Principal Davis at Lincoln High School
  • Creator: La Raza Staff
  • Date Created: 1968/1968
  • Location: Box 1, Folder 2, Negative Sleeve 2, Frame 1A
  • Subject Keywords: Lincoln High School (Los Angeles, Calif.), Parent protest, Protest, Student walkouts, Student activism, Los Angeles (Calif.), Los Angeles Unified School District, LAUSD
  • Type: Photograph
  • Rights: © La Raza Staff - all rights reserved
  • Topics: Lincoln High School Walkouts
  • Collection: La Raza Photograph Collection [Collection #1000], Chicano Studies Research Center, University of California, Los Angeles.
  • Access Terms: Lincoln High School (Los Angeles, Calif.); Parent protest; Protest; Student walkouts; Student activism; Los Angeles (Calif.); Los Angeles Unified School District; LAUSD

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