Oral history with Olivera Masters; 2023-06-26 [Video]

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Title Oral history with Olivera Masters; 2023-06-26 [Video]
Creator Masters, Olivera; Muñoz, Eddie A.
Extent 01:19:53 hours
Source Donors Masters, Olivera; Muñoz, Eddie A.
Date 2023-06-26
Description Oral history of Olivera Masters, dated 2023-06-26. Topics include basic demographics such as birthdate, place of birth, race and/or ethnicity and trilingualism, as well as childhood, education and work background, family history and traditions, food, culture, historical events, and the challenges of living in Utah.
Collection Peoples of Utah Revisited (POUR)
Identifier POUR23_OH001_Masters_Olivera_Video
Contributing Institution Construyendo Latinidad (Constructing Latinx Identity) in the Intermountain West
Publisher Utah Historical Society
Subject Latinidad; Ethnicity--United States; Mexican American families; Chicano; Latinx histories; Bilingualism; Spanish language; Japanese language; Japanese American families; Knife sharpening; Hotel cleaning personnel; Seamstresses; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Book of Mormon; Bible; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mesa Arizona Temple; Undocumented aliens; Hotel cleaning personnel; Eldercare; Electricians; Seamstresses; Missionary; Cowboy; Japanese; World War II; Japan Airlines; Pilots; Divorce; Marriage; California; United States. Passport Services; Arabic language; Muʻammar Muhammad Abū Minyār al-Qadhdhāfī; United States. Air Force; Alcoholism; Boy Scouts; Brigham Young University; Arizona State University; Teacher; Post-graduate work; Law School Admission Test; Attorney; Cornell University; University of Utah; Premature labor; Spanish language; Biochemistry; Doctor of philosophy degree; Mesoamérica; Archaeology; Embroidery; Huipils; Nursing schools; Public health--Research; Cancer--Research; Immigration; Huipils; Code switching (Linguistics); Anthropology; Christmas; Tamales; Thanksgiving; Buddhist temples; Bon; Yukatas; Kimonos; Portulaca oleracea; Kazakhstan; Diné Indians (Navajo); Asians; Microaggressions; Recessions; Geographic information science; Natural history museums; Museum collections; Social justice; Cultural heritage; Indigenous people; Ethnography and education; Master's degree; Anime; Colorism; Generational trauma; Salt Lake City (Utah); Mesa (Ariz.); Hermosillo (Mexico); Sonora (Mexico : State); Aguascalientes (Mexico); Kyūshū Island (Japan); Maricopa (Ariz.); Libya; Vancouver (B.C.); Kazakhstan; Topaz (Utah); Mesa (Ariz.); Minnesota; Ithaca (N.Y.); Alabama
Other Subject Latinx Identity
Genre oral histories (literary works)
Spatial Coverage Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County Utah, United States https://www.geonames.org/5780993/salt-lake-city.html Mesa, Maricopa County. Arizona, United States https://www.geonames.org/5304391/mesa.html
Rights Management Utah Historical Society
Language eng; spa
Type Image/MovingImage
Format video/mp4
Scanned By Michelle Gollehon
Metadata Cataloger Amy Green Larsen
ARK ark:/87278/s69d23bt
Setname dha_pour
ID 2387294
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s69d23bt
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