Hernandez, Victor 1998-04-02

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Victor Hernandez discusses his life, career and involvement on the city council.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Victor Hernandez

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Date: April 2, 1998

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 1 hour, 10 minutes


Tape 1: Hernandez Victor, Attorney, b. August 27 1961 in El Paso Texas, Parents, Names and birthplaces, Mother, Housewife, Father, Crane operator, Siblings, Married, Aurora Chaides, b. in El Paso Texas, Children, Aurora (again), Justice of the Peace, Three degrees from Texas Tech University, Nursing, Human Development and Family Studies, Law, Childhood, Father (again), Animals, Farm life in the middle of the city, Father (again), Mother (again), Customs and traditions, Easter, Christmas, Midnight Mass, Religious, Siblings (again), Education, Integrated schools, School activities, University of Texas at El Paso, B. B. A. in management, Activities, Parental influence, Texas Tech University School of Law, Hispanic Community, Differences between Lubbock and El Paso, City council member, Personality, Gone full circle, Discrimination, Over stepping authority, City council member (again) – 1993, Opening up opportunities, For Hispanics, For everybody, City’s television broadcasting station, Problems, Indiana Avenue, Issues, Relationship with Chancellor John Montford, Minorities on the city council, Patterson T. J., Mayor, Sitton Windy, Re-election campaign, Contributions/finances, Issues/stands, Sitton Windy (again), Representation, Career choices, Law profession, Opinions, Independence, Community involvement.

Range Dates: 1961-1998

Bulk Dates: 1961-1998

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