Martinez, Julian

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Julian Martinez talks about his life, education and his experiences as a Charro

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Julian Martinez

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Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 01:06:15


Background, Born at Lubbock, Texas, Family information, Child hood experiences, Decision receiving higher education, Work and school, Early jobs, Conflicts, South Plains College, Ruckus at Rodeo Event, UPS, Charro parade (18.30 min to 19.13 Spanish), Charro demonstration, Still learning, Discipline, Pride in Ancestry, Ethnic Dressing, Expensive, Midland, Texas, Travel on weekends to practice, Outsider, No discrimination, Presentations, Morton Texas, Schools, Other activities, Neighborhood association, Horses, Incidences, Cutting the excess gum of horse, Taming horse, Sombrero, Incidences of friends in Midland, Mostly horse related, Try not to intervene, Hope to carry on tradition, Respect of tradition, Sincerity in efforts, Many Flavors in Mexican heritage, Similarities, Interview ended

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