Topic: Chicano Research Center, Richard Soto, Chicano Movement, Community History, Books,
Segment: Chicano Research Center: Archives of Chicana/o History
Participants: Richard Soto, founder of Chicano Research Center
Broadcast Air Date: 1/24/20
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
Station: KUCR 88.3 FM Riverside, CA
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- How does the library represent an accumulation of life experiences?
- How do you move from Vietnam in 1966 to the Chicano Movement of 1968?
- The Plan de Santa Barbara,1969
- What was the Sacramento State University program that recruited community activists to be agents of change by providing scholarships for Bachelors, Teaching degrees or Masters?
- In 19650’s why were most jobs held by Raza in agriculture, domestic help or as small independent business owners?
- Why did JC Penny limit its employment of Chicanas/ Chicanos to the Christmas season during the bracero program?
- How do you take a Chicano history class without books?
- Have you read the book, North from Mexico: The Spanish-Speaking People of the United States, by Carey McWilliams 1948?
- Is the 1964 book Mexican-Americans of South Texas (Case Study in Cultural Anthropology) by William Madsen, racist?
- When did Richard Soto, meet Jose Montoya and the Royal Chicano Air Force?
- How do you teach a Chicana history class when the field of Chicana History is being made by the people outside of the class room?
- How do you teach Chicano history in reverse by using the daily newspaper articles ?
- Turning 40 books to fill one shelf into 20,000 book library
- Who is Oscar Zeta Acosta’s son?
- Who attended Corky Gonzalez’s Crusade for justice in Colorado?
- What happened at the second Chicano Moratorium, 1972?
- What is a Pocho?
- Are corridos like oral text books?
- Why did the private collection of books and memorabilia become a public library?
- Have you read the magazine , Joaquin?
- Was the biggest success of the Chicano movement, the educational attainment of the following generations?
- The Chicano Research Center is not just a library; the Center is also an archive of Chicano movement.
- The Smithsonian Museum is interested in the material archived at the Chicano Research Center.
- Who has the 1949 poster of Dolores Fernandez running for the pageant of Reyna De las fiestas Patrias in Stockton California?
- Have you read Josefina Fierro: California Blacklisted Latina by Carlos Larralde and Michael Lynch III?