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Deborah K. Espinosa: Oral history and memoir of La Cucaracha and activism
Contributor:Espinosa, Deborah K.
Deborah K. Espinosa discusses her experiences as a co-founder of La Cucaracha, an alternative Pueblo Chicano newspaper. She discusses her life from early childhood to adulthood, and her role on the newspaper. She offered ...
Rita J. Martinez: Oral history memoir of La Cucaracha and activism
Contributor:Martinez, Rita J.
Rita J. Martinez, a prominent Chicana activist in Pueblo, Colorado, relates her experiences working on the alternative Pueblo, Colorado newspaper La Cucaracha. A native Puebloan, Martinez describes how she and other ...
Jose Esteban Ortega: Oral history memoir of La Cucaracha and activism
Contributor:Ortega, Jose Esteban
Jose Esteban Ortega discusses his work with the alternative Chicano newspaper La Cucaracha in this interview with nephew Jose A. Ortega. Jose Esteban Ortega fought systemic racism throughout his life, as a student with ...
Freddie 'Freak' Trujillo: Oral history of La Cucaracha and activism
Contributor:Trujillo, Juan Federico "Freddie Freak"
Freddie “Freak” Trujillo discusses his association with La Cucaracha, an alternative Pueblo, Colorado newspaper. In a lively interview, Trujillo tells his story of how, as a young man from Trinidad, Colorado, he encountered ...
Loyola Atencio Gutierrez: Oral history of La Cucaracha and activism
Contributor:Gutierrez, Loyola Atencio
An important part of the alternative Chicano newspaper La Cucaracha was the controversial and politically charged cartoon strip El Chito. El Chito’s creator Lola Gutierrez, in an interview by José Antonio Ortega, reminds ...
George Autobee: oral history memoir of Teacher Corps Project
George Autobee discusses his role as a student organizer in helping to establish Chicano Studies at CSU-Pueblo (then Southern Colorado State College) and also the connection between Chicano Studies and Teacher Corps. He ...
Carla Barella: oral history memoir of Teacher Corps Project
Barella is a former nun who taught at Seton High School. Upon her decision to leave the convent, she got a job in the Teacher Corps program at Colorado State University-Pueblo, then Southern Colorado State College. She ...
Josephine Minjares and Lucille Rivera: oral history memoir of Teacher Corps Project
Contributor:Minjares, Josephine; Rivera, Lucille
Minjares and Rivera talk about their experience as teachers in the Teacher Corps program.
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 ...
David R. Martinez: Oral history of activism, La Cucaracha, and alternative newspapers in Boulder and Pueblo, Colorado
David Martinez reflects on his work with the Pueblo, Colorado alternative newspaper La Cucaracha, his involvement with the Chicano Movement and related topics. Martinez also discusses his upbringing in Denver, Colorado ...