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George Autobee: oral history memoir of Latino Veteranos Project
Author(s):Autobee, George; Carbajal, Stephanie
George Autobee, Latino Vietnam veteran, describes his service in the Marine Corps, discrimination in the military, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and the Chicano Movement.
Betty Martinez: oral history memoir for Teacher Corps Project
Author(s):Martinez, Betty; Hargrove, Susie
Betty Martinez discusses her family's military heritage, and her home front experiences as the sister of three brothers who served in the air force in Korea and Vietnam, post traumatic stress disorder.
Eufredo "Fred" Martinez: oral history memoir of Latino Veteranos Project
Author(s):Martinez, Eufredo; Rosales, Herio
Eufredo Martinez, Latino veteran, describes his Army experiences in the Vietnam war, and his post war experiences.
Daniel Sandoval: oral history memoir of Latino Veteranos Project
Daniel Sandoval, Latino veteran, describes his Navy service in Korea and the G.I. Forum
Jose Esteban Ortega: Oral history memoir of La Cucaracha and activism
Author(s):Ortega, Jose Esteban; Ortega, Jose A.
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 ...
Rita J. Martinez: Oral history memoir of La Cucaracha and activism
Author(s):Martinez, Rita J.; Ortega, Jose A.
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 ...
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 ...
Selena Herman oral history interview transcript
Selena Herman discusses her biracial heritage in the context of the Chicano Movement and the general Civil Rights Movement.
George Autobee: oral history memoir of Teacher Corps Project
Author(s):Autobee, George; Martínez Martínez, Deborah
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 ...
David Marquez oral history interview
David Marquez describes how and why he became involved in the Chicano Movement, Chicano Studies and activism at Southern Colorado State College (now CSU-Pueblo), Ernie Martinez, teaching Chicano Studies, discrimination at ...