Cuevas, Jose 2001-02-01

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Jose Cuevas talks about the difference between growing up in Texas and Colorado and the prejudice and racism he experienced growing up as a Hispanic in mainly Anglo communities. He then talks about the business he opened and his work in politics.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Jose Cuevas

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Date: February 01, 2001

Location: Midland, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 00:39:13


Background; Born in Kingsville; Family background; Early education; Racism; Growing up; In sports; Child and young adult memories; Extra curricular activities; Role models; College; Move to Midland, TX; Building careers in politics and business; Growing business; Beginning career in politics; Ethnicity in politics; Loans; Other recollections; Civic Organizations; Hispanic role models; Ambitions and hope; View on giving; Change in leadership.

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