OH 1564

Community activist. Her experiences as an activist in the Mexican-American community of Fort Worth, Texas. Her youth in the coal-mining town of Bridgeport, Texas; experiences concerning discrimination in Bridgeport; closing of the mines in 1931 and the family move to Fort Worth; her work with the Mexican Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth in its outreach programs for Latinos; tensions between Anglos and Latinos; Mexican-American social activities and celebrations; her work in amnesty and citizenship programs; political activities; evolution of the Northside neighborhood.

About this Oral History

Physical Description 83 pp.
Terms of Use Open
Interviewer(s) Dulce Ivette Ray, Roberto Calderon
Date of Interview January 31, 2004

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