Ector High School Students 1977

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Hispanic students from Ector High School in Odessa and the assistant principal discuss several areas of concern to Mexican-Americans. These areas include illegal aliens and prejudice.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Ector High School Students

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Date: c. 1977

Location: Odessa, Texas


Length: 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Emma Lopez [speaker], Moving to another section of town, Louis Tejarina [speaker], Moving to another section of town, Manuel Ramirez [speaker], Moving to another section of town, Delma Rivas [speaker], Moving to another section of town, Ramon Sabela [speaker], Prejudice in the United States Army, Aurturo Gonzales [speaker], Background, Prejudice encountered, Treatment of people, Illegal aliens, Yolanda Martinez [speaker], San Antonio, Mexico, Lifestyles, Houses, Wedding ceremony, Ricky Ramirez [speaker], Esmeralda, Mexico, Recent flood, Celebrations, Betty Mendoza [speaker], Womanhood ritual in Mexico, Yolanda Martinez [speaker], Prejudice encountered, Moving to another section of town, Ricky Martinez [speaker], Moving to another section of town, Betty Mendosa [speaker], Moving to another section of town, Ector High School, Odessa, Texas

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: c. 1977

Bulk Dates: c. 1977

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