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Juan Espinosa oral history interview transcript
Juan Espinosa, Chicano activist, describes how and why he became involved in the Chicano Movement, why he started a Chicano newspaper, family upbringing, his opinions on Columbus Day and the traditional view of American ...
Group Interview: Deborah Espinosa, Juan Espinosa, David R. Martinez, Rita J. Martinez, Pablo Mora, Jose Esteban Ortega, Freddie Freak Trujillo. Oral history of La Cucaracha
Contributor:Martinez, David; Ortega, Jose Esteban; Mora, Pablo; Espinosa, Deborah K.; Espinosa, Juan; Martinez, Rita J.; Trujillo, Juan Federico "Freddie Freak"
In this interview conducted by José A. Ortega, seven founding members of the alternative Chicano newspaper La Cucaracha talk about how they created one of the most long-lasting as well as successful publications to come ...
Juan Espinosa: Oral history memoir of La Cucaracha and The Pueblo Chieftain
Juan Espinosa, a columnist and editor at the Pueblo Chieftain for 22 years, details his work with the alternative Chicano newspaper La Cucaracha. Espinosa tells the story of how, after returning from the Vietnam War, he ...