CRBB logo

Ortiz / Separation in the Latino Community

sign up or sign in to add/edit transcript

Interview Interview with Rolando Perez Garza and Joe Ortiz
Subjects Work › Occupations
Work › Labor Unions
Work › Agricultural Work › Agricultural Work and Wage Labor
Work › Discrimination at Work › Discrimination at Work: Union Membership
Community Organizations › Women's clubs
Race Relations › Skin Color in Race Relations
Geography › Geographical Descriptions
Geography › Places (Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, and Intersections)
Geography › Spatial and Residential Segregation
Education › Teachers and Administrators
Electoral Politics › Political Clubs
Electoral Politics › Democratic Party
Electoral Politics › Republican Party
Electoral Politics › Politicians
Direct Action › Petitions
Direct Action › Strikes
Direct Action › Direct Action (unspecified)
Consumption
Chicano Power › Chicano Power and Community Organizing
Class and Status › Intra-racial/ethnic Classism
Work › Compensation › Minimum Wage
Electoral Politics › Political Bosses
Direct Action › Protests
Electoral Politics › Electoral Districts › Gerrymandering
Police and Law Enforcement › Federal Law Enforcement
Police and Law Enforcement › Federal Law Enforcement › FBI
Tags sign up or sign in to add/edit tags
Interview date 2016-06-28
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Ortiz, Joe
Perez Garza, Rolando
Locations Houston, TX
Corpus Christi, TX
Duration 00:06:51
Citation "Separation in the Latino Community," from Joe OrtizandRolando Perez Garza oral history interview with ,  June 28, 2016, Corpus Christi, Tx, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database, https://crbb.tcu.edu/clips/4461/separation-in-the-latino-community, accessed May 22, 2019