Centro Legal de la Raza was founded in 1969 to provide free or low-cost bilingual legal aid, as well as community education and advocacy for immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities. Centro Legal was founded by Latino law students from Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley. Centro Legal also hosts a Youth Law Academy, an after-school program which supports Oakland teens in college applications, SAT preparation, and mentoring future law students. Not only does it offer on-site resources, Centro Legal recently released the first database of Resources for Unaccompanied Children and Refugee Families in the East Bay. This website was developed in part by Code the Change, a community of computer science students at Stanford dedicated to using their skills for social justice. This online database offers resources for medical assistance, education, housing, legal services, mental health services, emergency support services. This kind of online resource an example of a digital community archive dedicated to helping the community of Oakland.