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Lopez / Balance Between Community Organizing and Studying Law, Part Two

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Interview Interview with David T. Lopez
Subjects Work › Labor Unions
Work › Agricultural Work › Agricultural Work and Wage Labor
Work › Discrimination at Work
Work › Discrimination at Work › Discrimination at Work: Union Membership
Community Organizations
Community Organizations › Civil Rights Organizations › League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
Community Organizations › Community outreach
Race Relations
Race Relations › Anglo-Mexican Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Geography
Geography › Geographical Descriptions
Geography › Places (Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, and Intersections)
White Resistance to Civil Rights › White Resistance and Tokenism
Education
Education › Higher Education
Education › Teachers and Administrators
Education › Quality of Instruction
Law and Public Policy
Ideology › Liberalism
Chicano Power
Chicano Power › Chicano Institution-building
Chicano Power › Chicano Power and Community Organizing
Law and Public Policy › Public Assistance
Class and Status › Black Professionals
Education › Quality of Instruction › Textbooks
Tags Houston College of Law
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Interview date 2016-06-27
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Lopez, David T.
Duration 00:06:38
Citation "Balance Between Community Organizing and Studying Law, Part Two," from David T. Lopez oral history interview with ,  June 27, 2016, Houston, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database, https://crbb.tcu.edu/clips/4667/balance-between-community-organizing-and-studying-law-part-2, accessed June 24, 2019