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Loredo / Impact of Teaching Chicano Studies

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Interview Interview with Agustin Loredo
Subjects Family › Cultural Heritage Gender Roles
Citizenship › Citizenship and Gender
Race Relations
Race Relations › Anglo-Mexican Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-Brown Race Relations
Education › Chicano Studies
Education › Education and Gender
Education › Teachers and Administrators
Media › Supportive Journalists and Editors
Gender and Sexuality
Gender and Sexuality › Sexual Minorities
Student Activism › Student Organizations
Chicano Power
Chicano Power › Chicano Institution-building
Chicano Power › Ideology of Chicano Power
Class and Status › Class, Status, and Gender
Gender and Sexuality › Feminism
Religion › Church organizations › Guadalupanas
Ideology › Chicanoism
Social Justice in Art › Visual Art
Social Justice in Art › Poetry
Recreation and Leisure › Music
Recreation and Leisure › Music › Tejano Music
Tags South Houston High School
Robert E. Lee High School, Tyler, TX
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Interview date 2016-07-15
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Loredo, Agustin
Interviewers Enriquez, Sandra
Rodriguez, Samantha
Locations Baytown, TX
Duration 00:06:47
Citation "Impact of Teaching 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, https://crbb.tcu.edu/clips/4931/impact-of-teaching-chicano-studies, accessed May 26, 2019