Mark Grossman Papers
Marc Grossman became involved with the United Farm Workers while a student at UCLA. With his degree in journalism, Mr. Grossman went on to work for UFW legislative candidates writing speeches, press releases, and other public relations and publicity material. He acted as press secretary and administrative assistant to Cesar Chavez, UFW President, for six years, resigning in 1981. His papers mainly reflect his tenure with Chavez, but also include his early involvement with the UFW, including the oral history project he conducted in 1971.
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