Chicanx / Latinx Studies
"Nuestra Tierra" by Malaquias Montoya.
Used with permission from Leslie Salkowitz-Montoya.
For more about the artist and his work,
Find out more about the Chicano Studies Program at San Diego City College
A list of notable Chicanx / Latinx Americans is far too extensive to be included here. Below are just a few you may be interested in knowing that are not necessarily famous. A very small sampling:
Websites - free access - See San Diego and California specific resources below
San Diego and California Specific website:
Note: Check with your professor about the kind of resources acceptable for your paper or project.
Videos and Clips
Access to City College streaming videos is through our home page.
E-Books from our Databases
From our database page, scroll down to Gale e-Books and you will be able to search many quality encyclopedias all at once or individually including but NOT LIMITED TO
Documents of the Chicano Movement
An Atlas and Survey of Latin American History
Encyclopedia of U.S.- Latin American Relations
The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Latino Literature
History of Latinos : Exploring Diverse Roots
E-Books from our Library catalog
To search for e-books in City College Library Catalog, start on our home page.
For City College Students: Access databases containing articles from newspapers, magazines, and peer-reviewed scholarly journals through our home page.
Specific Databases of Interest (Access these and explore the 65+ other databases such as and JStor and Academic Search Complete via the A-Z databases link on the library's home page.)
Get Help San Diego City College LIBRARY Home Page
For simple questions about the library, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
When open, come by the City College Library (R Building) and discuss what you need with a faculty-librarian at the Information Desk (reference). Or call us at 619-388-3288.
Learn how to do research. From the Library's homepage, click on Research Guides and then scroll down to