Castillo, Johnny 2002-11-08

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General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Johnny Castillo

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Date: November 08, 2002

Location: Lubbock, Texas


Length: 00:44:11


Introduction, Background, Siblings, Education, Living conditions growing up, Parent’s work/education, Pay & Labor laws, Best/worst memory of childhood, Different ways of saying “Mexican American”, Offensive words, Religion, Catholics & drinking, Many religions in the family, Right to speak language of choice was not an option in the 60s, Many were prejudice in the 60s, Equal Rights, In the service, Violence in the service, “Join the service after high school”, Benefits during/after joining the service, Thoughts Hispanics and their college going rates, Then, no college, work, work, work, Now, parents encourage more education, Cultural assumptions, Accomplishments, Employment/education, Race/culture, Name calling, Type of clothing/accessories worn, The new generation

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