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Chicano and Latino Newspapers in the United States: Find Articles

A guide to Spanish language newspapers published in the United States and books, articles and Web resources about Chicano and Latino journalism.

Search Tips

Tip 1. Examples of subjects and key words to use when searching databases and online library catalogs recommended in this LibGuide:

  • Ethnic Press--United States,
  • Hispanic American newspapers,
  • Hispanic American journalists,
  • Newspapers--United States,
  • Journalism--Mexican-American border region,
  • Mexican American and mass media

Tip 2. When searching in special subject databases such as the Chicano Database and the Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI Online), use only words in English or Spanish such as

  • press or
  • prensa or
  • newspapers or
  • periodicos

Request a journal article from another library (ILL)

Log in to ILLIAD for document delivery and interlibrary loan service.

Use ILL to request copies of articles in journals not held by the USC Libraries.

Find Articles related to the US Latino press

Search these specialized databases for journal articles in English and Spanish about Spanish language newspapers in the U.S. and Latinos and the media.

See also an article by USC Prof. Felix Gutierrez entitled "Reporting for La Raza: The History of Latino Journalism in America," Agenda 8.4 (1978), 29-35. The journal is located in Grand Library and can be page in HOMER the online catalog. The call number is HC59.7.A742.

General Journalism and Communications Databases

Search these databases to find more articles related to Chicano and Latino media and newspapers.

Librarian, Special Collections/Boeckmann

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