Cobos, Everardo 2000-06-23

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Dr. Everardo Cobos is a medical doctor at The University Medical Center. He is originally from Mexico; he addressed his thoughts about different cultures and ethnicities.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Everardo Cobos

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Date: June 23, 2000

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Lubbock, Texas

Length: 00:59:15


Introduction; Background; Ancestry; Moved to El Paso; The only black school in El Paso; University of Texas at El Paso; Medical School; University of Texas at San Antonio; Hospital affiliated with Texas Tech; Military obligation; Dreams as a child; Decided to work in health care; Tension in school; Medical School; Love for helping people; Director of cancer center; Identifying with patients; Obligation; Satisfaction; Faculty members and students; Ignorance; Bridge between students and patients; Clinical studies; Training and education; Research; Cancer; Agriculture field; Racial Harmony; Misconceptions and stereotypes; Fear of the unknown; Multiracial country; Labels; Hispanic; Mexican; Spanish-American; Chicano; Identifying with a culture; Anglos; Asians; Mass Media; Acknowledging ancestry; Representation; Lubbock media; Little minority representation; Interest in Chicano writing.

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Transcript: No transcript available

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