Aguerro, Bidal 1998-11-24

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Bidal Aguero discusses his life and opinions.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Bidal Aguerro

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Date: November 24, 1998

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes


Abstract

Tape 1: Childhood, Activities, Baseball, Work, Picking cotton, Movies (1960s), Discrimination, Theaters owned by Preston Smith, Canyon Lakes, Mackenzie Park, Discrimination, Lubbock, Texas, Mahon community, Mom and Pop stores, Education, Mahon School, Building descriptions, Demographics, Activities, Teachers, Special education classes, Description, Drop-outs, Vocational courses, Counselors, Extra-curricular activities, Minority students, Counselors (again), Encouragement for college, High school, Learning to play an instrument, "The Premiers", Texas Tech University, 1967, Minorities, Activities, Social club, Discrimination, Texas Tech Marching Band, Civil Rights, Making changes for the better, Involvement, Campaigns, Elections, Lubbock, Texas, Politicians, Minorities, Elections, Districts, Acceptance of Hispanics, Growth, Arnett-Benson community, Growth (again), Developers, Tornado, 1970, Population shift, "White Flight", Economic development, Impact, Negative, Positive, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 1974, Hispanic businesses, Contributions, Reasons for the three chamber of commerce, Economic development (again), Texas Tech University, Hampton University incident, Thoughts, Justice System, Opinions

Range Dates: 1940s-1998

Bulk Dates: 1970s-1990s


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