Alliance of Native Americans of Southern California (ANASCA)
Alliance of Native Americans of Southern California (ANASCA) Collection
Size: 1 box, .5 linear feet
Creator: Alliance of Native Americans of Southern California (ANASCA)
Languages: Collection materials are in English
Repository: UCLA Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies Library
Processed by: Dalena Hunter, Librarian
RIGHTS AND ACCESS
Access restrictions: Access is available by appointment for UCLA faculty and student researchers. All other researchers by permission only. To view the collection or any part of it, please contact the Librarian in person: Haines Hall 135, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 310-825-6060.
Physical access restrictions: None.
Publication rights: Copyright has not been assigned to the UC regents. All requests for permission to publish or quote from collection must be submitted in writing to the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies Library and Media Center. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies as the owner of the physical items and it not intended to include or imply the permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.
INFORMATION FOR RESEARCHERS
Preferred Citation: [Item identification Alliance of Native Americans of Southern California (ANASCA) Collection, Collection 3, UCLA Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
African Americans–Relations with Indians
Alliance of Native Americans of Southern California
Dismukes, Valena Broussard
Indians of North America–Mixed descent
ANASCA was established in 1999 to meet the needs of people of Native American descent in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. It was formally incorporated in June 2000. During its active years, ANASCA published Drumbeat Newsletter and participated in local Powwow’s and other events. ANASCA had an exhibit at the William Grant Still Center in 1999 and participated in Dartmouth Conference with a panel called Black Indians in American History in 2000. ANASCA dissolved its incorporation in 2005.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
The ANASCA Files contain administrative papers and publications related to the organization from its founding in 1999 until its dissolution in 2005.
Folder 1- Newsletter- Drumbeat
Folder 2- News clippings
Folder 3- News clippings- Recipes
Folder 4- Correspondence and Flyers
Folder 5- Meeting Minutes
Folder6- Incorporation and Dissolution
Folder 7- Newsletters, Other Native
Folder 8- News clippings for Drumbeat