Oral history interview with Alicia_Suazo, conducted by Ed Munoz (video)

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Title Oral history interview with Alicia_Suazo, conducted by Ed Munoz (video)
Creator Suazo, Alicia
Contributor Muñoz, Ed A.; Genealogical Society Of Hispanic America, Utah Chapter
Date 2022-06-17
Spatial Coverage Tooele, Tooele County, Utah
Subject Suazo, Alicia--Interviews; University of Utah; Racism against Hispanic Americans; Suazo, Eliud, 1951-2001; Elementary school teachers
Keywords Chicana; Civilian Conservation Corps; Mining; Salt Lake City School District
Description Alicia Suazo discusses growing up in Utah and gaining fluency in Spanish after studying it in college. She talks about her father's military service and work, and expectations in the family home. Suazo recounts becoming more politically active when she was in college and her work as an educator in Title I schools. Suazo also discusses the impact of growing up in a primarily LDS community. She discusses differences in terminology and meaning regarding being Chicana and New Mexican.
Type Image/MovingImage
Genre oral histories (literary works)
Format video/mp4
Extent 00:49:53
Rights Holder Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
ARK ark:/87278/s6ywtvxp
Collection Name Construyendo Latinidad
State Utah; New Mexico
City Tooele
Setname uum_cliw
ID 1948030
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6ywtvxp
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