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Lopez / Finding Commonalty in Causes

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Interview Interview with David T. Lopez
Subjects Work › Labor Unions
Community Organizations
Community Organizations › Women's clubs
Community Organizations › Community Organizations and Institution-Building
Race Relations
Race Relations › Anglo-Mexican Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-Brown Race Relations
Education › Elementary Education
Education › Secondary Education
Education › Chicano Studies
Education › Education and Integration
Education › Education and Integration › Pairing for School Integration
Education › Education and Integration › Tokenism in School Integration
Education › Education and Integration › Busing
Education › Education and Integration › Resistance to School Integration
Education › Teachers and Administrators
Education › Quality of Instruction
Electoral Politics › Electoral Districts
Ideology › Integrationism
Direct Action › Picket lines
Direct Action › Strikes
Student Activism
Student Activism › Huelga Schools
Student Activism › Student Activism and Training
Chicano Power › Chicano Institution-building
Chicano Power › Chicano Power and Community Organizing
Electoral Politics › Electoral Districts › Single-Member Districts
Ideology › Desegregation v. Integration
Electoral Politics › Latino/a Elected Officials
Education › Quality of Instruction › Textbooks
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Interview date 2016-06-27
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Lopez, David T.
Interviewers Enriquez, Sandra
Rodriguez, Samantha
Locations Houston, TX
Duration 00:06:57
Citation "Finding Commonalty in Causes," from David T. Lopez oral history interview with Sandra Enriquez and Samantha Rodriguez,  June 27, 2016, Houston, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database,, accessed June 22, 2024