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A Biography of Helen Miller Bailey, PhD by Rita Joiner Soza

Rita Joiner Soza and MiraCosta College
Business Administration Department

Helen Miller Bailey Research Guide
developed by East Los Angeles College Librarian, Erica Montenegro

Inspiring teachers including
Rita Joiner Soza via Communications
Professor Eric Robertson’s
Better  Educators audio interviews

Los Angeles History, visit Los Angeles
City Historical Society

The History of Mexican-American Migrant Farm Labor visit La Historia Society Museum/Museo de los Barios, El Monte, California

Unwanted Sterilizations in California,
read The Scholar and Feminist web journal article,  “Mas Bebes?”: an Investigation of the Sterilization of Mexican-American Women at Los  Angeles County-USC Medical Center during the 1960s and 70s, Renee Tajima-Pena

Philanthropic Opportunities in California
visit the California Fund and its
CEO Antonio Hernandez-Stern

The Ebell Club of Los Angeles

California Community Colleges
Notable Alumni articles and Frank Cruz


MiraCosta College Library

Helen Miller Bailey Scholarship Fund
at East Los Angeles College Foundation

Helen Miller Bailey Library
at East Los Angeles College

Arizona Historical Society with link to
Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House Museum

Opportunities for Learning and Teaching
at East Los Angeles College

Doc’s Magic Branding and Design
Pamela Meistrell

Monterey Park, California, History

Western Association of Women Historians
and their annual conferences

University of California at Los Angeles
Film and Television Archive

University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism  Professor Felix Gutierrez visit his homepage

Author/Teacher Eckhart Tolle

Los Angeles Public Central Library’s
newspaper and photography archives

California Artists, read
Artists in California, 1786 to 1940

Books by Helen Miller Bailey, PhD
at Amazon.com

California State University Sacramento’s Center for Science, History, Policy, and Ethics project “Eugenics in California”

Childrens Home Society of California
(since 1891)

Opportunities to Learn and Teach at California State University Los Angeles

South Africa’s History via Alan Paton’s 1955 novel Cry the Beloved Country

United Nations Association of
United States of America

Dr. Mary Condon Memorial Book Fund,
San Jose State University

University of California Berkeley

Dr. Julian Nava’s My Mexican-American Journey visit the book’s publisher
Arte Publico Press

California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and its board’s Vice Chair Art Torres