Morales, Marciano 1998-05-19

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Founder of Caprock Home Health Services, Marciano Morales talks about his education and discrimination in Lubbock, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Marciano Morales

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: May 19, 1998

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel U. Sánchez

Length: 1 hour 15 minutes


Tape 1: Morales, Marciano, Born in Kansas City, Missouri on January 26, 1936, Parents, From Mexico, Siblings, Father, Occupation, Santa Fe Railroad, Mother, Education, Parents influence, GI Bill, University of Missouri, Bachelors degree in business, Masters degree in public administration, Community involvement, Church, Career, Jackson County Public Hospital, Administrative staff, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Community involvement (again), Minority rights, City councils, Lubbock, Texas, City council, Hispanic representation, Discrimination, Caprock Home Health Services, Region area, Offices, Services provided, Creation, Name, [They are talking about an article on the wall.], Lubbock, Texas (again), Discrimination (again), Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Community support, Texas Tech University, Donation to Health Science Center, Diabetes research, Presidents Council, Dr. Lawless, Million dollar donation, Montford, John, Morales, Marciano (again), Children, Lubbock, Texas (again), Rednecks, Pink necks, Hispanic community, Problems, Politics, Celebración de Exito, Scholarships, Texas Tech University, Minorities, Students, Administrators, Involvement with the community, Night programs, Law school.

Tape 2: Night programs (continued), Lubbock, Texas (again), Hispanic community, Involvement, Elected officials, Helping each other, Business owners, Changes needed, [This side ends after 15 minutes.]

Range Dates: 1936-1998

Bulk Dates: 1936-1998

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