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Julio Llanas discusses his life, career and the importance of education.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Julio Llanas

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: June 10, 1998

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 1 hour 15 minutes


Tape 1: Llanas, Julio, b. in Buda, Texas on June 7, 1949, Parents, Married in 1946 or 1947, Father, Migrant worker, Family, Lubbock, Texas – 1951, Siblings, Education, Frenship School District, Awareness of college, Only told about college during junior and senior year of high school, Vietnam War, Classmates and friend are drafted, Higher education, A way to not go to the Vietnam War, Parents opinions, Father’s opposition, Mother, Father (again), Work at Reese Air Force Base, Success, Higher education (again), Texas Tech University, Involvement, Getting serious, Father’s view (again), Graduating, Became a counselor, Minority students, Motivation for college, Role models, Environment, South Plains, Helping students become educated, Problems for Hispanics, Education, Importance, Minority student (again), Education, Finances, Llanas, Julio (again), Higher education, Involvement (again), Taking a stand against certain issues, Classmates, Musician, "The Premiers", Texas Tech University (again), As an employee, Relationship with other administrators, Minority oriented programs, Counselor of minority students, Fighting the "establish", Discrimination in getting a job, Education, Obtaining the highest degree, Minority representation.

Tape 2: Minority representation (continued), High school counselor, Community organizations, Importance, Lubbock, Texas (again), Progression, Economic growth, Having harmony, Hopwood decision, [ends after 15 minutes].

Range Dates: 1949 – 1998

Bulk Dates: 1948 – 1999

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