Since its inception in 1957, the United States Commission on Civil Rights has been at the forefront of efforts by federal and state governments to examine and resolve issues related to race, ethnicity, religion and, more recently, sexual orientation.
Descriptions of more than 145 series of textual records that include information about African American service men and women from the end of World War I through the Korean War.
Guide to government documents
The CSU-Pueblo Library is proud to be a Federal depository library. Federal depository libraries offer free, public access to their Federal collections.
The United States Government is the largest publisher in the world. It distributes materials in a variety of formats, including electronic, CD, microfiche, and paper. As part of its publishing program, the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) through the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) distributes certain classes of Government documents free of cost to designated libraries throughout the United States and its territories.