Category:Hispanic Interview Projects

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The Hispanic Oral History Project documents the diverse perspectives of the Hispanic people of Lubbock and the South Plains. These interviews and accompanying manuscript materials cover a myriad of topics including; early Lubbock, discrimination, politics, education, music, art, cultural celebrations, the May 11th 1970 tornado, commerce, and sport.

Interview projects include Daniel Sanchez in the 1990s-present, as well as David Zepeda in the 1970s (Mexican-Americans on the South Plains) and Yolanda Romero in the 1980s.

See also Category: Spanish Language Interviews