Morin, Penny 1998-03-25

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Penny Morin discusses her involvement in different organizations in Lubbock, Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Penny Morin

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: March 25, 1998

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 35 minutes


Tape 1: Morin, Penny, b. in 1953 in Lubbock, Texas, Parents, Siblings, Parents (again), Father, Jobs, Education, Schools, Siblings, English language, 90 to 95 % Hispanic students, Teachers, Junior high school, Discrimination, Favorite subjects, Higher education, Professional development, Parents (again), Involvement with education, Father, Illiterate, but has a wonderful memory, Not pushed to learn, Encouragement, Involvement, Parent Teacher Association, Duties, Awards, Other community work, Hispanic community in Lubbock, Texas, Involvement, Reaching out to the youth, Morin, Penny (again), Contributions to the community, Organizations, Friend to the community, Hispanic community in Lubbock, Texas (again), Politics, Hernandez, Victor, Hispanic representation, Not enough, Hispanic community in Lubbock, Texas (continued), Hispanic representation, Texas Tech University, Hispanic faculty and staff, [ends after 5 minutes].

Range Dates: 1953–1998

Bulk Dates: 1953–1998

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