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Loredo / Community Connection and Interest in Chicano Studies

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Interview Interview with Agustin Loredo
Subjects Family
Family › Children
Family › Extended Family Networks
Family › Parenting
Family › Childhood Experiences
Migration › Migration from Latin America to Texas
Citizenship › Voting and Voter Registration
Housing › Neighborhoods
Housing › Neighborhoods › Residential Segregation
Housing › Exclusionary Zoning
Housing › Sub-standard Housing
Community Organizations
Race Relations
Race Relations › Race Relations with Other Ethnicities
Geography › Geographical Descriptions
Geography › Places (Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, and Intersections)
Geography › Spatial and Residential Segregation
Geography › Geographic Disparities in Infrastructure
Education › Higher Education
Education › Chicano Studies
Education › Teachers and Administrators
Electoral Politics › Voter Registration
Recreation and Leisure › Travel
Chicano Power
Chicano Power › Chicano Institution-building
Chicano Power › Ideology of Chicano Power
Work › Types of Work
Ideology › Chicanoism
Family › Parents
Tags University of Houston
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Interview date 2016-07-15
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Loredo, Agustin
Interviewers Enriquez, Sandra
Rodriguez, Samantha
Duration 00:06:32
Citation "Community Connection and Interest in Chicano Studies," from Agustin Loredo oral history interview with Sandra Enriquez and Samantha Rodriguez,  July 15, 2016, Baytown, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database,, accessed June 17, 2024