Estrada, Luis 2013-09-25

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This interview features Luis Estrada. Estrada discusses his time coming from Mexico to America. He describes his struggles in school, and where he began to find his passion in drafting. Estrada also discusses his family’s store and the work he has done for his community in Lubbock, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Luis Estrada

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Date: September 25, 2013

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 01:40:10


History of Barrio de Guadalupe, School in the United States, Playing basketball, Playing football, School days, After high school, Learning how to draft, Marking Cinco de Mayo with a historical marker, Working with Mexican-American student organizations, Mexican-American students on campus, Mexi Pepsi Program, Boycotting Lubbock Power and Light, Estrada stressing the importance of bilingualism, Tejano music, Good friend becoming an engineer, Importance of an education, Historical significance of the Cinco de Mayo

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Transcript: Transcript available on Dspace

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