Oral history with EdTrujillo; 2023-05-24 [Transcript]

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Title Oral history with EdTrujillo; 2023-05-24 [Transcript]
Creator Trujillo, Ed; Muñoz, Eddie A.
Extent 01:24:45 hours
Source Donors Trujillo, Ed; Muñoz, Eddie A.
Date 2023-05-24
Description Oral history of Ed Trujillo, dated 2023-05-24. Topics include basic demographics such as birthdate, place of birth, race and/or ethnicity, 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_Trujillo_Ed
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; Family; Mexican Revolution, Mexico, 1910-1920; High school; Indigenous people; Prohibition; Tequila; Tequila industry; Single mothers; Supermarket; Cleaning; World War II: Rosie the Riveter (Symbolic character); Post-traumatic stress disorder; X-rays; Home ownership; Cinco de Mayo (Mexican holiday); Independence Day (Mexico); Día de los Muertos; Fourth of July; Thanksgiving; Christmas; New Year; Mining; Segregation; Desegregation; YMCA; Basketball; Newspaper carriers; Movie theaters; Projectionists, Motion picture; High school students; Scholarships; College preparation programs; Copper; University of Arizona; Dow Chemical Company; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Discrimination; Minority groups; Airplanes; Civil rights; Engineering; NASA; Assassination; United States. President (1961-1963 : Kennedy); Chemical engineering; Graduate School USA; California Institute of Technology; Pasadena (Calif.); Nobel Prize winners; Kimberly-Clark Corporation; University of Utah; Graduate students; College instructors; Doctor of philosophy degree; Spanish Speaking Organization for Community Integrity and Opportunity (est. 1968; Utah); English as a second language; Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement Program; Minority engineers; Marathon Oil Company; Polymer chemistry; Skiing; Assistant professor; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Society; Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement Program; MESA; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Morton Thiokol, Inc; International Business Machines Corporation; Retirement; Granite School District (Salt Lake City, Utah); Religious discrimination; Millcreek (Utah); Los Angeles (Calif.); Bisbee, (Ariz.); Miami, (Ariz.); Kansas; San Sebastián del Oeste (Jalisco, Mexico); Puerto Vallarta (Mexico); Guadalajara (Mexico); Mexticacán (Mexico); Teocaltiche (Jalisco, Mexico); Phoenix (Ariz.); Tucson (Ariz.); Freeport (Tex.); Globe (Ariz.); Littleton (Colo.); Ogden (Utah)
Other Subject Latinx Identity
Genre oral histories (literary works)
Spatial Coverage Millcreek, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States https://www.geonames.org/5778352/millcreek.html; Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States https://www.geonames.org/5368361/los-angeles.html
Rights Management Utah Historical Society
Language eng; spa
Type Text; Sound
Format application/pdf
Scanned By Michelle Gollehon
Metadata Cataloger Amy Green Larsen
ARK ark:/87278/s6z2bz29
Setname dha_pour
ID 2387309
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6z2bz29
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