Moralez, Eusebio Chevo 1999-06-22

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Eusebio discusses the problems and discrimination with politics in Lubbock, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Eusebio "Chevo" Moralez

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: June 22, 1999

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 2 hours


Tape 1, Side 1: Moralez, Eusebio "Chevo", Born in Pecos, Texas on January 25, 1951, Parents, Origins, Siblings, Occupations, Education, High School, Activities, School government, Changes to school rules, Discrimination, Speaking Spanish, Small town businesses, Segregation, Texas Tech University, Student protests - 1969, Hispanic students, Organizations, Changes, Recruiting new students, Discrimination, Texas A&M University, Recruiting new students (continued), Minority Athletes, Minority coach, Lubbock, Texas, Discrimination, University of Hampton case, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal survey, Politics, Chamber of Commerce, 3 separate chambers, Reasons, Problems, City council members, Sitton, Windy, Racial problems, Single-member districts, Law suit, Voter’s rights, Demographics, Economics.

Tape 2: Lubbock, Texas (continued), Politics (again), City Council, Minority members, Hernandez, Victor, Public opinion, Changes, Problems, Discrimination, Law suits (single–member districts), Tornado of 1970 – Lubbock, Texas Destruction, Changes it brought about, Forces from outside Lubbock, Texas, Demographics, Voter turnouts, Hispanic community, Traditions, Politics (continued), Moralez, Eusebio "Chevo", LULAC, Documents, Donating to Archives, Members, Founders, History, Family, Documenting family history, Settlers, Migrant farm workers.

Range Dates: 1951-1999

Bulk Dates: 1980-1999

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