The Benson Latin American Collection

Mexican American Programs of the Longhorn Radio Network, 1976-1982

Descriptive Summary

Creator Longhorn Radio Network
Title Mexican American Program Collection of the Longhorn Radio Network
Dates: 1976-1982
Abstract Audio recordings including interviews, music, and informational programs related to the Mexican American community and their concerns in the series "The Mexican American Experience" and "A esta hora conversamos" from the Longhorn Radio Network, 1976-1982.
Accession No. 1991-39
OCLC Record No. 23866774
Extent 201 reel tapes, 219 compact discs
Language English and Spanish
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Administrative History

Longhorn Radio Network operated out of the University of Texas' Communications Center in Austin, Texas. The Mexican American Experience series was produced in cooperation with the University of Texas' Center for Mexican American Studies. The Mexican American Experience radio programs are also available as digital audio streaming files through the Onda Latina Project, a joint collaboration among the School of Liberal Arts, The University of Texas Libraries, and the Center for Mexican American Studies to digitize and make available online for research purposes these programs related to Mexican American community and culture in the 1970s and 1980s. More information about the project as well as searchable and browsable audio files and summaries of each program can be found at Onda Latina Project.

Scope and Contents Note

The analog tape reels for "The Mexican American Experience" and "A esta hora conversamos" have now been digitized. They are available as audio files on compact discs in the Rare Books and Manuscrips Reading Room and as audio streaming files through the Onda Latina Project website.

Consists of master reel-to-reel tapes and corresponding digitized compact discs for two series of radio programs: "The Mexican American Experience," which first aired in October, 1976, and "A esta hora conversamos," which first aired in October, 1981. Contains interviews, music, and informational programs related to the Mexican American community and their concerns. Topics covered on these programs include political activities of Mexican Americans, Mexican American folklore and folk medicine, corridos, Tejano music, Mexican American musicians, voting rights, education, health, farm workers' unions and working conditions, and some Mexican and Central American topics. The Mexican American experience was first produced by Alejandro Saenz; writers include Andres Tijerina and Santos Reyes. Subsequent moderators and producers include Armando Gutierrez and Linda Fregoso. Linda Fregoso was also the producer and interviewer for "A esta hora conversamos."

Each entry in the inventory is listed according to its chronological program number. This is followed by the title and descriptive information, the date of recording, the date of final production (in parenthesis) and any rerun information available [in brackets].



Organized into three series: The Mexican American Experience (CDs), A esta hora conversamos (CDs), and Master Reel-to-Reel Tapes of both programs (housed off-site at the Library Storage Facility). CDs and tapes are arranged chronologically according to dates when programs were first aired.


Access Restrictions

The master reel tapes are housed off site at the Library Storage Facility. Contact the Benson archivist for questions or access. CDs, however, are accessible in the Rare Books Reading Room.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

Index Terms

The Longhorn Radio Network Mexican American Programs are cataloged under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas Libraries catalog:
Education, Bilingual--Texas
Mexican American agricultural laborers--Texas
Mexican American musicians--Texas
Mexican Americans--Interviews
Mexican Americans--Social conditions
Mexican Americans--Texas--Songs and music
Mexican Americans--Texas--Politics and government
Popular music--Texas
Other Authors
Fregoso, Linda
Gutierrez, Armando
Reyes, Santos
Saenz, Alejandro
Tijerina, Andres
University of Texas at Austin. Longhorn Radio Network
University of Texas at Austin. Center for Mexican American Studies
Document Types
Compact Discs

Related Material

The Benson Latin American Collection also holds archival recordings of Latino USA.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Mexican American Programs of the Longhorn Radio Network, Benson Latin American Collection, the University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin.

Index of Programs


The Mexican American Experience

Compact Discs made from Master Reel-to-Reel Tapes
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1-76 "The Significance of a Name" — A look at the "labels" which have been used for Mexican Americans, their origins and the reasons for their use 8/25/76 (9/1/76)
[reruns #40-77]
2-76 "The Family that Stays Together..." 9/8/76 (9/14/76)
[reruns #42-77]
3-76 "A People of Custom and Tradition" 9/14/76 (9/14/76)
[reruns #42-77]
4-76 "The Mutual Aid Societies" 10/7/76 (10/8/76)
5-76 "The Mexican American in the Business World" 10/7/76 (10/8/76)
6-76 "Folklore in Mexican American Society" 10/22/76 (10/28/76)
[reruns #43-77]
7-76 "The Legend of Gregorio Cortez" 10/22/76 (10/28/76)
[reruns #44-77]
8-76 "Some Chicano Profiles" 11/5/76 (11/5/76)
9-76 "A Minority Within A Minority" 11/5/76 (11/5/76)
10-76 "Should I Speak English or Spanish?" 11/22/76 (11/22/76)
11-76 "Bilingual Education: Is It Really Working?" 12/1/76 (12/1/76)
12-76 "The Literature of the Chicano" 12/15/76 (12/15/76)
13-76 "Classical Music With a Chicano Influence" 12/15/76 (12/15/76)
1-77 "The Origins of the 'Zoot Suit' and Its Consequences" 12/21/76 (12/21/76)
2-77 "Reies Tijerina and the Mexican Land Grants" — A look at his fight to get lands returned to the people of New Mexico 12/22/76 (12/22/76 )
[reruns #4-78]
3-77 "The Churro and the Pastor" — A look at the origins of sheepherding in the Southwest" 12/22/76 (12/22/76)
[reruns #5-78]
4-77 "The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo" — A look at the treaty and how it has affected Chicanos 1/14/77 (1/14/77)
5-77 "The Chicano in World War II" 1/14/77 (1/14/77)
6-77 "The Bracero Program" — A look at how and why it came about and how it affected Chicanos 1/28/77 (1/28/77)
[reruns #8-78]
7-77 "The Road to Unionization" — A look at the first major step by Chicano farm workers to organize; the DiGiorio strike 1/28/77 (1/28/77 )
[reruns #9-78]
8-77 "Chicanos and the Media" — How Chicanos have used it, and how it has affected them 2/14/77 (2/15/77)
[reruns #6-78]
9-77 "Mexican Americans During the Great Depression" — Chicanos' problems with repatriation during the 1930's 2/14/77 (2/15/77)
[reruns #7-78]
10-77 "Chicanas and Literature" — Inés Hernández Tovar; Assst. Prof. of American Studies and English and Chicano Studies; Gloria Anzaldúa, Teaching Assistant in Chicano Studies 2/25/77 (2/28/77)
["Note: "#10-77 moved to #31-77"]
11-77 "The Legal System of the Southwest" — A look at the contributions made by Chicanos 2/25/77 (2/28/77)
12-77 "Chicano Theater" — A look at the Teatro campesino and its origins 3/9/77 (3/11/77)
[reruns #10-78]
13-77 "Origins of the Corrido" — A look at Chicano folk ballads and the role they played in Chicano society 3/10/77 (3/11/77)
[reruns #11-78]
14-77 "S.E.R. Jobs for Progress Inc." — George Gómez; Program Coordinator S.E.R. Minority Highway Contractors Division 3/22/77 (3/22/77)
15-77 "Learning to be Militant" 3/23/77 (3/28/77)
[reruns #32-77]
16-77 "Folklore and Society" Félix Peña; Teaching Asst. in Mexican American Studies 3/25/77 (3/28/77)
[reruns #33-77]
17-77 "Farm Workers and Unionization" Esteban Flores; Doctoral student, UT Austin 4/13/77 (no date)
18-77 "Chicano Spanish in the Southwest" Carmen Tafolla; writer and educator 4/13/77
[Note: "#18-77 moved to #37-77"]
19-77 "Chicanos and Education" Dr. George Blanco—Director, Office of Bilingual Education, UT Austin 4/15/77 (4/25/77)
[reruns #38-77]
20-77 "Some Historical Perspectives" Dr. Andres Tijerina; Curriculum Consulant, Univ. of Houston 4/15/77 (4/25/77)
[reruns #39-77]
21-77 "The Chicano Worker" Dr. Vernon Briggs-Prof. of Economics at UT Austin 4/26/77 (5/16/77)
22-77 "Surveillance of the Chicano Movement" Bobby Maggiani; Project Coordinator; Chicano Legal Defense Fund 5/19/77 (5/20/77)
23-77 "Chicanos in the Legal System" Hector F. Fabela; Attorney, Austin, Texas 5/26/77 (6/2/77)
24-77 "Mexican Americans and Mental Health" Reymundo Rodríguez; Executive Associate, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin, Texas 5/26/77 (6/2/77)
25-77 "The Pan American Student Forum" Eddie Aurispa; Deputy Director, Texas Good Neighbor Commission 6/2/77 (no date)
26-77 "Chicanos and the Media" Dr. Jorge Reina Schement; Asst. Prof. of RTF and Mexican American Studies 6/2/77 (no date)
[3rd run of #8-77?]
27-77 "Chicano Music in the Southwest" John Wheat; Producer of Spanish-language programming, KUT-FM, Austin, Texas 6/13/77 (6/15/77)
28-77 "Curanderismo" Dr. Juan Chavira; Dept. of Behavioral Sciences, Pan American Univ.; Edinburg, Texas 3/77 (6/29/77)
29-77 "The Chicano Novel" (Part I) Dr. Ramón Saldívar, Asst. Prof. of English, UT Austin 6/29/77 (6/29/77)
30-77 "The Chicano Novel" (Part II) Dr. Ramón Saldívar, Asst. Prof. of English, UT Austin 6/29/77 (7/6/77)
31-77 "Chicanas and Literature" Inés Hernández Tovar; Asst. Prof. of Amer. Studies, English, and Chicano Studies 7/6/77 (7/6/77)
34-77 "Chicanos and the Welfare System: Part I" Dr. Andres Tijerina; Curriculum Consultant, Univ. of Houston 8/2/77 (8/3/77)
35-77 "Chicanos and the Welfare System: Part II" Dr. Andres Tijerina; curriculum consultant, Univ. of Houston 8/2/77 (8/3/77)
36-77 "Chicano Advocates" Zeke Uballe, Dir., Centro Chicano; and Martin Delgado, Volunteer, Centro Chicano, Austin, Texas 8/9/77 (8/12/77)
37-77 "Chicano Dialects" Carmen Tafolla, writer and educator 8/9/77 (8/12/77)
45-77 "The Chicana Professional" — Martha Cotera, founder of Mexican-American Professional Business Woman of Austin [Host: Gloria Contreras] 9/30/77 (10/10/77)
46-77 "The Chicano in Academics" — Dr. Leonard A. Valverde, Asst. Prof. of Ed. Admin. at UT-Austin [Host: Gloria Contreras], 9/30/77 (10/10/77)
47-77 "Human Services to the Spanish-Speaking Elderly" — Jesse A. Treviño, Asst. of the Director of the National Assoc. for the Spanish-Speaking Elderly, 10/10/77 (10/24/77)
48-77 "The Plight of the Migrant Farm Worker" — Antonio Orendain, Pres. of the Texas Farm Worker's Union, 10/12/77 (10/24/77)
49-77 "The Charro" — Eli Barrón with the Tx State Board of Insurance, and a member of the Austin Charro Assoc., which specializes in Hispanic cultural events, including sports and music [Host: Gloria Contreras] 11/2/77 (11/9/77)
50-77 "Mariachi Music and Bands"—Eli Barrón with the Tx State Board of Insurance, and a member of the Austin Charro Assoc., which specializes in Hispanic cultural events, including sports and music [Host: Gloria Contreras] 11/2/77 (11/9/77)
51-77 "Chicano Folk diseases and their Herbal Cures" Dolores Latorre—anthropologist and author of the book, Cooking and Curing With Mexican Herbs 11/21/77 (11/22/77)
52-77 "Mexican Cuisine" Dolores Latorre, anthropologist and author of the book, Cooking and Curing With Mexican Herbs [Host: Gloria Contreras] 11/21/77 (11/22/77)
15-78 "Chicano Politics" — José Angel Gutiérrez, Founder of the political party, La Raza Unida, and District Judge of Zavala County, Texas 2/15/78 (2/16/78)
18-78 "Growing Up Chicano" — Gonzalo Barrientos, State Representative from Austin, Texas [Host: John Wheat] 4/4/78 (4/11/78)
[reruns #42-78]
19-78 "Government Surveillance of Chicano Activism" — Romeo Rodríguez, Research Director for the Chicano Legal Defense Fund [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 4/7/78 (4/11/78)
[reruns #6-79]
20-78 Paula Greenfield, Associate Dir. of the Center for the Study of Human Resources and Project Coordinator for the research component of the Minority Women's Employment Program [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 4/27/78 (4/27/78)
[reruns #38-78]
21-78 "Chicano Farm Worker's Struggle" — Gilberto Cardenas, Prof. of Sociology at UT-Austin 5/4/78 (5/4/78)
[reruns #36-79]
22-78 "Minority Admissions" — Interview with Dr. Isabel Pritchard, Assistant Professor of Government and a visiting assistant professor in the UT-Austin School of Law 5/5/78 (5/8/78)
[reruns #39-78]
23-78 "Chicana Feminism" — Martha Cotera, author of the Chicana Feminist and founder of Information Systems Development [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 5/18/78 (5/18/78)
[reruns #51-78]
26-78 "The Development of Chicano Music" — A brief oral history of the development of Chicano music, including musical examples (Note: short show) [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 6/6/78 (6/7/78)
[reruns #49-78]
28-78 "Little Joe and La Familia" — A report on "Little Joe", Chicano entertainer and musician [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 6/6/78 (6/14/78)
[reruns #47-78]
29-78 "Corridos" — A look at "corridos" as a part of the oral history of the chicano (set to music) [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 6/6/78 (6/8/78)
[reruns #43-78 & #35-79]
30-78 "Minority Discrimination in the Armed Forces" — A report on discrimination faced by racial minorities within the U.S. Army and other branches of U.S. Armed Forces [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 6/6/78 (7/3/78)
[reruns #50-78 & #37-79]
31-78 "Chicanos in Country Music" — Lydia Anderson, disc jockey for KVET Radio in Austin, Texas discusses the impact of Chicanos on modern country music [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 7/13/78 (7/13/78)
[reruns #19-79]
33-78 State Rep. Arnold Gonzales of Corpus Christi, member of the State Higher Education and Health and Welfare Committees of the Texas House [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 7/25/78 (7/25/78)
34-78 "The Mexican American Youth Organization" — Patricia Hernandez, Anna Mendez, and George Ozuna (all members of "MAYO") Note: short program [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 8/1/78 (8/1/78)
35-78 "Texas Farm Workers—The Right to Organize" — Jesus Moya, Texas Farm Workers Union Organizer discusses the fight to repeal the right to work law provision of the 1945 Taft-Hartley Act [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 8/1/78 (8/1/78)
36-78 "A Chicano's Perspective of Cuba" — Paul Velez, a probation officer in Travis County, Tx. and a delegate to the recent Festival of Youths and Students held in Cuba [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 8/11/78 (8/13/78)
40-78 "Interview with Luis Díaz de León, senatorial candidate for La Raza Unida Party this November [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 9/12/78 (no date)
41-78 "Chicanas in the Labor Market" — Gloria Gutiérrez, Special Asst. to the Dir. of the Women's Bureau within the Dept. of Labor [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 9/13/78 (9/14/78 )
[reruns #26-78]
44-78 "The Socialist Workers Party and Its Effect on the Chicano" — Miguel Pendas, a member of the Socialist Workers Party in Texas [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 10/10/78 (10/10/78)
45-78 "The State of Chicano Literature" — Ramón Saldívar, Asst. Prof. of English at UT-Austin [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 10/11/78 (10/11/78)
[reruns #3-79]
46-78 "Corridos and a Folklore Heritage" — Manuel Pena, a graduate student in folklore studies at UT-Austin [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 10-17-78 (10-18-78)
[reruns #4-79]
48-78 "Chicano Poetry" — Angelica Martínez, editor and writer for hte Chicano literary magazine, Tejidos [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 11/1/78 (11/1/78)
[reruns #12-79]
52-78 "Chicano Solidarity Week" — Bobby Maggiani, a member of the Executive Committee of La Raza Unida [Host: Armando Gutiérrez] 11/27/78 (11/28/78)
1-79 Talk with County Judge José Angel Gutiérrez, who is the founder and National Chairman of the independent Chicano political party, La Raza Unida 12/4/78 (12/4/78)
[reruns #14-79]
2-79 Bilingual Education — Dr. Olivia Evey Chapa, Dir. of the Bilingual Reading Academy at Texas A&I University in Kingsville 12/12/78 (12/12/78)
[reruns #18-79]
5-79 "Police Brutality" — Paul Rich, a lawyer speaks on police brutality in Robestown Texas during 1973 11/14/78 (1/11/79)
7-79 Report on the South Texas Community of Crystal City. This small town along the U.S.-Mexican border has been without the use of natural gas for over a year now, after having their supplies cut off in a dispute with the supplier 12/78 (1/18/79)
8-79 50th Anniversary of LULAC—Cynthia Orozco, an historian at UT-Austin 1/25/79 (1/26/79)
9-79 Interview with actor Mike Gómez, one of the principal characters in the hit Chicano play, "Zoot Suit" 1/20/79 (1/28/79)
[reruns #24-79]
10-79 "Migrant Workers" — Carolina Mata former chairperson and present member of the Board of Directors of the North Dakota Migrant Counsel (Note: short show) 2/9/79 (2/9/79)
11-79 "Patterns of Discrimination Among Blacks and Chicanos, 1960 to 1970"—Dr. Tatcho Mindiola Jr. Prof. of Sociology at the Univ. of Houston 2/17/79 (2/18/79)
13-79 "The State of the Chicano Today" — Dr. Tatcho Mindiola Jr., Prof. of Sociology at the Univ. of Houston 2/27/79 (3/2/79)
15-79 "Chicano Health Demographics" — Romeoo Rodríguez, Asst. Instructor in Chicano Studies at UT-Austin 3/15/79 (3/15/79)
16-79 "Chicano Involvement in the Communist Party" — Lorenzo Torres, Head of the National Chicano Commission on the Communist Party and a labor organizer in Arizona and New Mexico 3/23/79 (3/25/79)
17-79 "Chicano-Mexicano Relations" — Dr. Jorge Bustamante, Prof. of Sociology at El Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City, and the author of massive study on illegal immigration into the U.S. 3/29/79 (3/29/79)
20-79 "The Texas Farm Worker's Strike" — James and José Garza, who are members of the Texas Farm Workers League, and were participants in the massive Farmworkers strike near Raymondville, Texas, in the Rio Grande Valley 4/18/79 (4/19/79)
21-79 "Curanderismo" — Dr. Juan Chavira, Asst. Prof. of Clinical Social Science at the Univ. of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio 4/25/79 (4/25/79)
22-79 "Hispanic Youth Unemployment" — Dr. Richard Santos, Prof. of Economics at UT-Austin 4/25/79 (4/26/79)
23-79 "More on the Plight of the Texas Farm Workers" — Marcial Silva, an organizer for the Texas Farm Workers Union 5/9/79 (5/10/79)
25-79 "The View of Chicanos in Mexico" — Sylvia Orozco, a Chicana artist and a scholarship student studying in Mexico City 5/24/79 (5/25/79)
27-79 "A Chicano View of Cuba" — Pedro Rodríguez, Assoc. Prof. of Chicano Studies at Washinton State Univ. in Pullman, and a Chicano muralista. Prof. Rodríguez recently spent 5 weeks visiting in Cuba 6/7/79 (6/8/79)
28-79 "Minority Party Politics" — María Elana Martínez, Texas State Chairperson for La Raza Unida Party 6/7/79 (6/7/79)
29-79 (Pt.1) Combined programs #1-76 and 10-76: "Significance of a Name" — A look at the "labels" which have been used for Mexican Americans, their origin and the reasons for their use 8/25/76 (6/29/79)
29-79 (Pt.2) "Should I Speak English or Spanish" — A look at the Mexican American's use of Spanish 11/22/76 (6/19/79)
30-79 Combined program #'s 2-76 and 3-76 9-8-76 and 9-14-76 (6/19/79)
31-79 Combined programs 4-76 and 5-76 10-7-76 (6-19-79)
32-79 Combined programs 6-76 and 7-76 6/20/79
33-79 Combined programs 8-76 and 9-76 6/20/79)
[reruns #52-79]
34-79 Combined programs 12-76 and 13-76 6/20/79)
[reruns #1-80]
38-79 Combined programs 2-77 and 3-77 12-22-76 (8-28-79)
39-79 Combined programs 4-77 and 5-77 1-14-77 (8-29-79)
[reruns #2-80]
40-79 Combined programs 6-77 and 7-77 1-28-77 (8-30-79)
[reruns #3-80]
41-79 Combined programs 8-79 and 9-77 2-14-77 (8-30-79)
[reruns #4-80]
42-79 Combined programs 12-77 and 13-77 3-10-77 (9-4-79)
43-79 Combined programs:(?) 1. Early Chicano folk heroes, and 9-76 11-5-77 (9-6-79)
44-79 Combined programs 1-77 and contributions made by Chicanos during the formation of the Southwestern United States 12-21-76 (9-6-79)
45-79 "La Música Norteña," the traditional music of the Mexican Americans in the areas of Northern Mexico and South Texas [Host: John Wheat](1st in a 3-part series) 5/-/79 (9-14-79)
[reruns #6-80]
46-79 "La Música Norteña," the traditional music of the Mexican Americans in the areas of Northern Mexico and South Texas. [Host: John Wheat](2nd in a 3-part series) 5/-/79 (9/14/79)
[reruns #7-80]
47-79 "La Música Norteña," the traditional music of the Mexican Americans in the areas of Northern Mexico and South Texas [Host: John Wheat](2nd in a 3-part series) 5/-/79 (9/14/79)
[reruns #8-80]
5-80 "The Kennedy Corridos" — study of the "Corridos" that emerged in the Southwest after the assassination of the President John Kennedy in 1963 various in 1979 1/3/80)
[reruns #28-80]
9-80 "Quality Education for Chicanos" — Ruben Bonilla, attorney from Corpus Christi, Texas, and National President of LULAC [Host: Linda Fregoso] 1/31/80 (2/14/80)
10-80 "Mexican American Democrats" — Blandina Cardenas Ramírez, Commissioner of Adm. for Children, Youth, and Families, and a memeber of the Carter, Mondale reelection campaign; and Richard Moya, County Commissioner for Travis County in Austin, Texas, and founder of Mexican American Democrats or MAD, and a supporter of the election of Edward Kennedy for the presidency 1-30-80 (2-15-80)
11-80 "Education for Children of Undocumented Workers"—Interview with Isais Torres, a lawyer from Houston, TX who is involved in court actions involving the public education of children of undocumented workers [Host: Linda Fregoso] 2-23-80 (2-26-80)
12-80 "Making Children Aware of Their Cultures" — Ellen Treviño, Program Director for the Social-Cultural Intervention Project in Corpus Christi, TX [Host: Linda Fregoso] 2/9/80 (2/21/80)
13-80 "The Chicano Movement Today" — Dr. Fred Cervantes, Assoc. Prof. of Political Science at Corpus Christi State Univ. and former Director of Ethnic Studies at the Univ. of Southern California [Host: Linda Fregoso] 3/1/80 (3/7/80)
14-80 Mario Cantú, Chicano activist who recently returned to the U.S. after a self-imposed exile in Europe. Cantú was fleeing a probation revocation at the time of his fleeing the U.S. He was interviewed in early March, while still in jail. Cantú is now out of jail and his current legal cases are pending." 3/5/80 (3/14/80)
15-80 "The Indigenous Movement in Mexico Today" — Prof. Andres Segura, a Captain in the Federación de Concheros de Mexico, an orgnization dedicated to the preservation of the indigenous heritage in Mexico (Interview is in Spanish) 2/13/80 (3/21/80)
[reruns #32-80]
16-80 "The Battered Wife" — Rosa-María Cervantes, a counselor for battered wifes in Corpus Christi, TX 3/1/80 (3/27/80)
17-80 "Corridos del Valle" — Three Chicano filmmakers, David Sandoval, Luis Tórres, and Javier Silva, about the making of their feature length documentary, "Corridos del Valle", which depicts the struggles of the migrant farm workers in a small town in Texas 3/29/80 (4/2/80)
18-80 "The Roles Chicanas Play in Community Activism" — Estella López, a Chicana activist from Los Angeles, California 4/9/80 (4/12/80)
19-80 "Alternative Education" — Francisco Hernández, a Chicano educator from Stanford University 4/18/80 (4/24/80)
20-80 "Changing Sex Roles of Chicanas" — Dr. Lea Ybarra, Professor at the University of California at Fresno where she is also Director of Chicano Studies 4/18/80 (4/30/80)
21-80 "Increasing Ties Between Chicanos and Mexicanos" — Jorge Bustamante, Special Counsel to Mexican President José López Portillo on Immigration Matters, and a former Prof. of Sociology at UT-Austin 4/17/80 (5/2/80)
22-80 Interview with Chicano poet Alurista who also lectures on Chicano Studies at San Diego Universtiy. Also featured is Isidro Ortíz, Instructor of Chicano Studies and Political Science at Univ. of California at Santa Barbara on changing strategies in Barrio organizing 5/2/80 (5/9/80)
23-80 Interview with Dr. Albert Camarillo, Assistant Prof. in the Dept. of History at Stanford Univ. on the historical development of Chicanos in the U.S. Also, an interview with Estevan Flores, an instructor in sociology at Pan Am University in Edinburg, Texas on studies conducted on undocumented immigrants in the U.S. 5/10/80 (5/17/80)
24-80 "Organizing the Undocumented Worker"—Antonio Orendain, director of the Texas Farm Workers Union and Union organizer, Estella Salinas. Interview is in Spanish and concerns the position of the TFW in organizing the undocumented worker, efforts to abolish the right to work law and establish collective bargaining in Texas 5/9/8 (5/17/80)
25-80 Chuy Negrete — educator, historian, and composer 4/20/80 (6/2/80)
[reruns #31-81]
26-80 Interviews with Ricardo Sánchez, poet and author; and Dr. Albert Mata, Asst. Professor in the Dept. of Sociology at UCLA on his extensive studies of heroin addiction amongst Chicanos 4-19-80 (6/2/80)
27-80 Interview with Eddie Canales, newly elected chairperson of the Central Committee of Raza Unida Party in Texas about the re-organization of Raza Unida Party and its role in the political process of the United States 6/8/80 (6/15/80)
29-80 Interview with Oscar Zamora, noted Chicano ventriloquist from San Antonio, TX 6/26/80 (7/1/80)
30-80 Interview with Salome Gutiérrez, owner of Del Bravo Record Company located in San Antonio, Texas. He explains the problems of producing Chicano music and promoting it in the United States 6/19/80 (7/4/80)
[reruns #6-81]
31-80 "A Tribute to Mexican General Zaragosa" — interviews Hernán Jaso, Mayor of Goliad, TX about a statue the government of Mexico has dedicated in memory of the famous military hero of Mexican history, Emilio Zaragosa. Goliad was the birthplace of the general. 7/9/80 (7/11/80)
33-80 Examines and highlights the career of Beto Villa, prominent Chicano orchestra leader the 1940's and 50's. Villa, often called "the Mexican Guy Lombardo", popularized the use of the accordion in orchestral music and created a style appealing to all classes of mexicanos throughout the years. 5/-/80 and 7/19/80 (7/21/80)
[reruns #44-80]
34-80 Interview with Dr. Juan Luna-Cardenas, an anthropologist and Aztec Indian who has spent the last 50 years studying the Aztec civilization. In this program Dr. Luna-Cardenas will discuss Aztec culture and the importance for Chicanos of knowing their ancient customs and traditions. (Interview is in Spanish) 7/19/80 (7/25/80)
[reruns #17-81]
35-80 Interview with Joe and Johnny Hernández, founding members and leaders of the popular Chicano band Little Joe, Johnny and La Familia. They discuss their beginnings as Little Joe and the Latinaires, their problems as a Chicano band, and the increasing popularity of Chicano music, especially among anglo audiences. 7/19/80 (7/25/80)
[reruns #16-81]
36-80 Interview with Mayan artist Humbatz Mena, whose work reflects the highly geometric and symbolic art of the Mayan people. In today's program, Humbatz Mena explains how he discovered the mystical relation of his work with his Mayan ancestors, and about the Mayan's use of symbolic art not only as an instrument of education, but also as an interpretation of the universe to their lives. 7/19/80 and 8/1/80 (8/3/80)
37-80 Interview with Margarito Garza, an attorney from Corpus Christi, TX who is also the creator of the Chicano comic-book super hero, Relampago. Relampago is a product of the South Texas barrios who magically receives his wuper powers through the aid of a bruja, and finds himself using his power acting as a defender of justice for Chicanos. 4/-/80 (8/7/80)
[reruns #52-80]
38-80 Interview with David Sandoval, a Chicano filmmaker from Los Angeles, California. Sandoval is also head of the Emancipation Arts, a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide opportunities for Alternative media projects. Sandoval will also talk about opportunities for chicanos in the media today. 8/8/80 (8/9/80 )
[reruns #27-81]
39-80 Interview with Pleny Fisk, Director of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems or Max's Pot in Austin, Texas; and Pablo Aguillon, housing director for CASH or Community Agency for Self Help. The two discuss their work in Crystal City, Texas, implementing alternative energy sources after Coastal States cut-off the city's natural gas supply in 1977. 8/-/80 (9/4/80)
[reruns #9-81 and 34-81]
40-80 Interview with Dr. Rolando R. Hinojosa-Smith, Chicano writer and Professor at the University of Minnesota 8/13/80 (9/9/80)
41-80 Interview with Dr. Luis Plascencia, Professor of Ethnic Studies at UT Austin about the increasingly popular fad of low riding 9/8/80 (9/15/80)
[reruns #36-81]
42-80 Interview with Louis Wilmot one of the founders of LULAC about the reasons for the foundation of LULAC; and Elvira Chavarría, librarian for the Mexican American Library Project at the Universtiy of Texas at Austin about the goals and the plans for the library 9/9/80 (9/29/80)
43-80 Interview with Dr. José Limón, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the UT-Autin, former director of the Mex. Am. Center, and chair of local organizing committee for the Texas NACS (National Association of Chicano Studies) about the history of Chicano scholarly work 10/2/80 (10/2/80)
45-80 "Chicano Literature" — Juan Rodríguez, Chicano literature expert and a member of the Center for Mexican American Studies at UT Austin, about the role and development of Chicano literature. Also in the program, a work by noted Chicano poet Raul Salinas 10/14/80 (10/15/80)
46-80 "The Role of Women in Chicano Labor History" — Devon Pena, an instructor at UT-Auitin discusses his research on the maquiladoras, assembly plants where Mexican women have organized independent unions in order to better their working conditions 10/15/80 (10/22/80)
48-80 Mariachi music — A look at its impact on the U.S. and the rest of the world, and at the future of mariachi 9/-/80, various (11/6/80)
[reruns #20-81]
49-80 Examines the efforts of farm workers nationwide to pass collective bargaining legislation. Interviews with Antonio Orendain, head of the Texas Farm Workers Union, Dr. Rudy De La Garza, Prof. of Political Scinece at UT-Austin; Forrest Waley, A Texas legislator and Chrmn. of the Committee on Agriculture and Livestock, various in 10/-/80 (11/12/80)
50-80 "Our Lady of Guadalupe" — Talks with folklorist Alicia Gonzáles, who specializes in material culture and ritual of greater Mexico and the Southwest, and Father Jerry Burnett of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Austin, Texas. Discussion of the story of the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe 11/-/80 (11/18/80)
51-80 "Chicanas and Heroin Addiction" — Talks with Dr. Albert Mata, Prof. of Sociology at UCLA, about the growing trend for narcotic addiction among Chicanas 11/-/80 (11/21/80)
1-81 Political unrest in El Salvador — talk with Eudelia Talamantez, a Chicana attorney with the Gulf Coast Legal Foundation in Houston, Texas; and carlos Galván, representative in hte U.S. for the Revolutionary Popular Block in El Salvador 11/-/80 (12/3/80)
2-81 "Educating Undocumented Children" — talk with Esteban Flores, instructor at the Univ. of New Mexico, about the problems of educating undocumented children in the U.S. 11/-/80 (12/7/80)
3-81 "Did the Chicano Vote Effect the Outcome of the 1980 Elections?" — talks with Dr. Fred Cervantes, former director of Ethnic Studies at the Univ. of Calif., Associate Professor at Corpus Christi State Univ., and consultant for MALDEF 11/-/80 (12/14/80)
4-81 "Colonias" — Examines the problems of residents who live in colonias, residential subdivisions in the Rio Grande Valley. Interviews with Efraín Bernal and Isaias Aguayo of the Colonia del Valle Agency and various residents of the colonias of the Rio Grande Valley. 12/18/80 (12/18/80)
[reruns #29-81]
5-81 "La Camelia" — Interview with Carmen Tafolla, instructor of Chicano film at UT-Austin, about the tradition of corridos—inparticluar, on corrido known as "Contrabando y Traición" or "La Camelia" 12/-/80 (12/23/80 )
[reruns #25-81]
7-81 "Pocho" — Interview with José Antonio Villarreal, author of "Pocho", publ. in 1959, perhaps the first novel by a Chicano of Mexican parents which addresses the experiences confronting a Mexican family living in the U.S. 1/-/81 (1/14/81)
8-81 "Immigration to the U.S.: Mexico's Position"—Interview with Dr. Jorge Bustamante, special cousel to Mexican president López Portillo and PhD graduate from Yale Univ. He discusses Mexico's position on the immigration of Mexican citizens to the U.S. 12/-/80 (1/19/81)
[reruns #32-81]
10-81 Interview with Dr. Jorge Bustamante, professor of political science at El Colegio de Mexico and Dr. Rodolfo de La Garza, professor of government at UT-Austin and expert on Mexican political affairs 1/26/81 (1/29/81)
[reruns #35-81]
11-81 Interview with Amparo Ochoa, a protest singer from Mexico 1/30/81 (2/5/81)
[reruns #37-81]
12-81 Bicultural education in the U.S. — Interviews Dr. Walter Smith, Attorney Norma Soliz, Dr. José Cardenas, and bilingual ed. teacher Alma Rincones 2/10/81 (2/16/81 )
[reruns #38-82]
13-81 Bilingual education in Texas with a focus on the federal district ruling by Judge Wm. Wayne Justice. Interviews with Tx. Attorney General White MALDEF attorney Norma Solis, Texas Education Agency's Tom Anderson, Dr. Walter Smith, Dr. José Cardenas, and student José Montalvo 2nd week in Feb. 2/20/81
14-81 Interview with TIERRA band members (TIERRA has been on national TV on American Bandstand, Solid Gold, and Soul Train. Some hits are: "Zoot Suit Boogie", "Latin Disco", and "Together" (co-hosted by Linda Fregoso and Reporter Alma Díaz) 2/25/81 (3/1/81)
[reruns #28-81]
15-81 Interview with Devon Pena, instructor of Chicano studies at UT-Austin, and Victor Nelson Cisneros, a labor historian and currently working for the National Rural Center 3/4/81 (3/6/81)
18-81 Interview with José Montalvo, a Chicano poet, with an introduction by Dr. Yolanda Broyles, a professor of German and Chicano Studies at UTSA 3/14/81 (3/25/81)
[reruns #39-82]
21-81 Interviews with farm workers in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas: Josefina Castillo and John Gonzales. They discuss lack of toilet facilities, pesticikdes and water in the fields. Also interview with union organizer Alfredo De Avila about wages andohter worker's demands, including child laborers 3/20/81 (4/17/81)
22-81 Profile of Chicano musician Esteban Jordan 4-18-81 (4-24-81)
[reruns #38-81]
23-81 Interviews Tony de la Rosa, a pioneer in the popularization of Conjunto music. 4/-/81 (5/5/81)
[reruns #39-81]
24-81 Interviews Dr. Larry Trujillo, Asst. Prof. at UC/Berkeley; and Attroney Vicente Gonzales with the Civil Rights Litigation Center in San Antonio and Texas State Representative Juan Hinojosa about police crimes in Texas 5/-/81 (5/7/81)
26-81 Interview with Valerio Longoria, a genius in Texano accordian playing and a mentor for many contemporary Chicano musicians, currently recording for Discos Joey label in San Antonio 5/-/81 (5/22/81)
30-81 Recounts the involvement of women in the Mexican Revolution focusing on the impact of one woman, La Adelita, who became a legend. Guest is Dr. Shirlene Soto from Calif. State Univ. and author Marta Cotera from Austin, TX 4/2/81 and 5/22/81 (6/19/81)
[reruns #27-82]
33-81 Profiles South Texas accordianist Flaco Jiménez 6/25/81 (7/12/81)
[reruns "yes"]
40-81 Interview with writer David Ruíz and Charles and Pauline Sullivan of the Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE). Profiles the involvement of ex-convict Ruíz in the reform of Texas Prisons. (Legal case: Ruíz vs. Estelle) 8/19 & 25/81 (8/28/81)
41-81 Examines Reagan administration's proposal on immigration, including the temporary worker program and amnesty for undocumented workers living in the U.S. Guests: former Immigration and Naturalization Serv. director, Leonel Castillo and Dr. Jorge Bustamante, special cousel to Mexican President Lopez Portillo on Immigration. 8/-/81 (9/4/81)
42-81 Interviews Richard Avena, regional director for the Southwest Office of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and Texas State Senator Carlos Truan, special advisor to the Commission on Civil Rights. Both discuss the upcoming extension by congress of the Voting Rights Act and the history of discrimination in the electoral process to minorities... 9/8/81 (9/11/81)
43-81 Examines the voting trend of Chicanos in comparison with the general voting trend in this country. Chicanos have been going to the polls more while the general population has been voting less. Part of the reason is the increasing birth rate among Chicanos. Calderon also talks about the Voting Rights Act and how it has helped to alleviate voting barriers for Chicanos 9/15/81 (9/18/81)
[reruns #42-82]
45-81 Mariachi music: focusing on Black, Indian and Spanish influences. Includes comments by noted ethnomusicologists and a "live" performance by Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan, Jalisco (update of an earlier show) 9/-/79 (10/-/81)
[reruns #9-82]
46-81 Educating undocumented children — discusses the Supreme Court case with Attorney General Mark White and L.A. attorney Peter Schey who represents immigrant children. Also guests are Mr. López, an undocumented worker from Mexico and Rogelio Nuñez and Nestor Rodríguez who started a school for undocumented Mexican Children 10/3/81 (10/9/81)
47-81 "Seguin" — A look at this film which is based on Juan Seguin who fought for Texas independence from Mexico. Also guest is Jesús Treviño, filmmaker, and critics Juan Rodríguez from Texas Lutheran College, and Rosuara Sánchez from the Univ. of Calif. in San Diego. (Scheduled to air on PBS Jan. 1982) 9-10/-/81 (10/19/81)
[reruns #28-82]
48-81 Chicano art is discussed with art historian Dr. Pedro Rodríguez, from Wash. State Univ. and with Chicano artist Amado Peña whose art work is found in major U.S. art galleries, including the Smithsonian Institution and in Europe. Dr. Rodríguez discusses the development of Chicano art and its major trends. 10/19-21/81 (10/22/81)
[reruns #43-82]
49-81 Our Lady of Guadalupe, national symbol of Mexico. Talks with Alicia Gonzales. 11/-/80 (10/29/81)
[reruns #29-82]
50-81 Interview with Chicano psychologist Gus Barón, editor of the book, Notions in Chicano Psychology Barón talks about the new trend in Chicano psychology which takes cultural factors into consideration when treating the psychological problems affecting Chicanos 11/2/81 (11/6/81)
[reruns #30-82]
51-81 Chicanos at Christmas time — Raquel Pérez and Carmen Tafolla talk about "Posadas", "Misa de Gallo", and other religious customs relating to Christmas. This program includes Christmas music of "Little Joe, Johnny y la Familia", and "Los Alegres de Teran", along with other Chicano Christmas songs. 11/11-12/81 (11/15/81)
[reruns #50-82]
52-81 Chicano Christmas Cultural Customs — Carmen Tafolla and Raquel Pérez talk about the “Tamalada” the “Bunuelos” and the bilingual songs and poems which are part of the X-Mas practices of Chicanos. Includes the Chicano version of “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”, “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and other popular Chicano Christmas songs. 11/9-11/81 (11/19/81)
[reruns #51-82]
1-82 Interview with Dr. Hector P. García, founder of the American G.I. Forum and also served as U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. in 1967 nad as Commissioner to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. He represented former President Kennedy for the signing of the special treaty with the West Indies. He now lives in Corpus Christi, TX. 11/27/81 (12/2/81)
[reruns #44-82]
2-82 Chicanos in the Midwest — Interview with Virginia Ortega and Andre Guerrero with the Ohio Commission of Spanish Speaking Affairs; about the problems facing Chicanos in education, business and employment, and activities of the Commission in assisting Ohio's Chicano population. (1st in a 2-part series) 12/1/81 (12/9/81)
[reruns #31-82]
3-82 Chicanos in the Midwest — Interview with Virginia Ortega and Andre Guerrero with the Ohio Commission of Spanish Speaking Affairs; about the cultural practices of midwestern Chicanos, their music, art, and how they've managed to keep Chicano culture alive.(2nd in a 2 part series) 12/3/81 (12/14/81)
[reruns #32-82]
4-82 Curanderismo, Mexican folk healing with guests Dolores Estrella, a curandera and Dr. Barnard Ortiz from Wayne State Univ. in Michigan, who's an expert in medicinal herbs; and Dr. Juan Chavira, author of "Curanderismo Mexican American Folk Healing". 11/27/81 (12/15/81)
[reruns #33-82]
5-82 Profiles life and career of Chicana singer, Lisa López. López has appeared on Mexican national television, broadcast in the U.S. on Spanish Int'l Network. Her hit, "Si quieres verme llorar" was #1 on the Latin Amerian charts. And, "Wrong Time to Love You" made the U.S. charts. 12/16/81 (12/17/81)
[reruns #34-82]
6-82 Social classes and women in Aztec society — Interviews historian, Iris Blanco about Aztec society before and after its conquest: how Aztec society was stratifies into two classes: noble and popular, and how the role of women was transformed when the Spaniards conquered Mexico. Blanco has written several articles about the role of women in Aztec society and conducted her research in Mexico and Spain. 12/28/81 (1/8/82)
[reruns #35-82]
7-82 Health and education issues facing Chicanos in California, particularly in the San Diego area — Interviews Faustina Solis, instructor at the Universtiy of California's Med. School; and Rosario C. de Baca of the Education Superintendent's Advisory Board talks about the gains and setbacks of California's education system. 12/-/81 (1/17/82)
[reruns #36-82]
8-82 Bakery in a Chicano barrio — Interviews Joe Avila, a panadero, or breadmaker, and the bakers employed at Joe's Bakery who explain how Mexican "pan dulce" is made. Explores some of the folklore about "Panaderos" — including the rumors about their working hours and the names people call the Chicano breadmakers. 1/18/82 (1/22/82)
[reruns #37-82]
12-82 George I. Sánchez Jr. and Sr. High School — a visit to this school which is operated by Chicanos for Chicano students. It provides alternative education for students who have dropped out of traditional schools. Talks to the director, principal, teacher, and students about the philosophy and environment of the school. 2/2/82 (2/24/82)
[reruns #45-82]
13-82 Vince Cabeza de Vaca, historian, and Carlos Sánchez, journalist aout Ku Klux Klan activities. Cabeza de Vaca has been tracing klan activities in Southern California. Sánchez is a working reporter who has written a full length feature about the Klan. Both express their views about the targeting of undocumented Mexican workers by thje Klan, and the implied threat to Chicano workers. 12/-/81 and 2/-/82 (5/1/82)
[reruns #46-82]
14-82 Asociación de Reclamantes vs. the United Mexican States — Interviews attorney María Guirre Schultz, land grant heir. The legal case involved land grants lost in the U.S. after the Mex. Amer. War of 1848; land grant descendents are suing the Mexican government for 1 billion dollars, 5/2-7/82 (5/8/82)
[reruns #47-82]
15-82 CALO (Chicano barrio language) — Interview with Leticia Galindo has studied the language and its use by women across the Southwest and that while viewed as a negative language by some, Chicano professionals are beginning to retain the language at a much greater level, 2/-/82 (3/12/82)
[reruns #48-82]
16-82 Dr. Henry Cisneros, Mayor of San Antonio, 1st Chicano to be elected mayor of a major metropolitan area, 3/16/82 (3/18/82)
[reruns #49-82]
17-82 Drug abuse in Chicano communities — Interview with Dr. Albert Mata, Prof. at the Univ. of Wisconsin and an expert on heroin and other drug abuse in Chicano communities. He discusses the recent trend among Chicano youth of using drugs for conflict situations, 3/22/82 (3/25/82)
[reruns #52-82]
18-82 Corridos — Drs. José Villarino and José Cuellar from San Diego State Univ. talk about their role in Chicano culture; particularly, the drug-smuggling corridos—their evolution in poetic and musical structure. Also, several contraband corridos interpreted by Chicano musicians, 3/25/82 (4/2/82)
20-82 Chicano theater — Interview with Dr. Jorge Huerta, 1st Chicano with a PhD in Drama. He teaches Chicano theater at the Univ. of Calif. and author of Chicano Theater: Themes and Forms 3/26/82 (4/16/82)
21-82 "Conjunto" music or "Musica Texana" — Features accordianists Tony de la Rosa, Flaco Jiménez and Esteban Jordan -/-/81 (4/22/82)
22-82 Gains made by Chicanos in the past 20 years, the impact of the Chicano movement, and Chicano politics in the future — Discussions with Dr. Rudy de la Garza, dir. of the Mex. American Center at UT-Austin and Dr. Gilbert Cardenas, Sociology professor 4/28/82 (4/30/82)
23-82 Susana Alexander's one-woman show: "If You Allow Me to Speak" about Latin America. Her show consists of literature of Latin American women, which begins with the writings of Indian women and ends with texts of contemporary writers. 4/29/82 (5/7/82)
24-82 Mexican American Research Center, a non-profit group involved in economic development in Chicano communities. Since 1974 the Center has helped community groups and public officials in securing monies for improving their community. The Center also assists individuals interested in starting a business and is a resource library for federal and state grants, 5/11/82 (5/13/82)
25-82 Chicano Literature dating back to the 19th century and later the Chicano movement. Features comments of Chicano literary critics, authors, and poets, as well as many examples of earlier works (1st in a 2 part series) 12/81 through 5/82 (5/25/82)
26-82 Chicano Literature dating back to the 19th century and later the Chicano movement. Features comments of Chicano literary critics, authors, and poets, as well as many examples of earlier works (2nd in a 2 part series) 1981-82 5/28/82


A esta hora conversamos

Compact Discs made from Master Reel-to-Reel Tapes
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1 "Diez y Seiz de Septiembre" - How/why chicanos celebrate the holiday [Host: Alma Diaz] 9/11/1981
2 "Women's Community Organization" - Chicanas organizing in the barrios [Host: Alma Diaz] 10/23/1981
3 "South Texas Nuclear Project" - Pros/Cons of the STNP Power Plant for Latinos in Austin and surrounding areas [Host: Alma Diaz] 10/30/1981
4 "Checking it Out" - Locally produded national television program featuring Latinos and Latino issues [Host: Alma Diaz] 11/6/1981
5 "Racism on Campus" - University of Texas minority students discuss various issues/prejudices they face [Host: Alma Diaz] 11/13/1981
6 "Christmas" - What it means for Latino families who cannot afford to give their children gifts for the other families who help them [Host: Alma Diaz] 12/18/1981
7 "Alternative Chicano News Media in Austin" - Arriba and The Austin Light [Host: Linda Fregoso] 1/8/1982
8 "Conditions and Criminal Process for Texas Prisoners" - Treatment of prisoners, success of rehabilitation, parole, etc. [Host: Alma Diaz] 2/5/1982
9 "Chicano Psychology" - Ethnic and racial factors affecting the upbringing and psychological outlook of Latinos, common problems and issues facing them [Host: Alma Diaz] 2/12/1982
10 "Higher Education for Chicanos" - Reaganomics and how federal budget cuts to socials programs like financial aid affect the Latino population [Host: Alma Diaz] 2/19/1982
11 "Bilingual Elementary Education" - Early Childhood and other special programs for English learners and migrant children at Austin's George I. Sánchez Elementary, and how these programs are affected by federal budget cuts [Host: Alma Diaz] 2/26/1982
12 "Chicano Law Students" - UT Law School's Latino student population and how their cultural backgrounds affect their learning styles and other experiences in law school [Host: Alma Diaz] 3/5/1982


Master Reel-to-Reel Tapes

These analog tapes are housed off site at the Library Storage Facility.
Mexican American Experience
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1 1-36 Programs: #1-76 through #20-78
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2 1-36 Programs: #21-78 through #25-79
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3 1-36 Programs: #27-79 through #24-80
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4 1-36 Programs: #25-80 through #14-81
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5 1-43 Programs: #15-81 through #17-82
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6 1-2 Programs: #26-82 through #33-82
A esta hora conversamos
3-14 Programs: 9/11/1981 through 3/15/1982