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  1. "War altered future for Latinos," El Paso Times, 04/22/2006, by Ramon Bracamontes.

    This article outlines the connection with the WWII Project to El Paso. From a speech given by the project director at the El Paso Museum of Art.
    Courtesy of El Paso Times (Front Cover)

  2. "Play gives voice to Latino WWII vets," Austin American-Statesman - by staff writer Juan Castillo, p. B1. March 24, 2006.

  3. "Who They Are and What They Deserve," and "Collecting Voices," The Austin Chronicle - by staff writer Belinda Acosta, p. 48, 49 and 50. March 17, 2006.

  4. "60 Years ago, veterans got a life-changing gift." Austin American-Statesman - Editorial by Maggie Rivas-Rodriquez. May 23. 2005.

    WWII-era Latino veterans availed themselves of the GI Bill to gain an education, and their lives would be transformed.
    Courtesy of the Austin American-Statesman

  5. "Reinventing Houston: Mexican Americans of the World War II Generation," The Houston Review, Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, article in Vol. 2, No. 2, spring 2005. p. 11-13.
    Reprinted with the Permission of the Houston Review of History and Culture.

  6. "UT researcher project gives voice to World War II's Latinos." Austin American-Statesman By staff writer Juan Castillo. Sept. 10, 2004.

    During interviews conducted across the country, researchers found poignant treasures in stories such as the one told by Diego Campa of Newton, Kan., the son of Mexican immigrants.
    Courtesy of the Austin American-Statesman

  7. "Por la Patria: Dallas Honrar a Sus Veteranos Con Desfile y Ofrenda," Al Dia - by staff writer Vanesa Salinas, Nov. 10, 2003, p. 1.

    As the WWII generation ages, men like Salvador Guerra, a former sailor who served aboard a submarine, are telling their stories to their children and to the U.S. Latino & Latina WWII Oral History Project
    Courtesy of Al Da

  8. "Desfile rinde homenaje a veteranos de guerra. Marcha y honor." Al Dia - By staff writer Vanesa Salinas , Nov. 11, 2003.

    This Veterans Day, the U.S. Latino & Latina WWII Oral HIstory Project notes the contributions of the WWII generation.
    Courtesy of Al Da

  9. "El Pasoans share WWII experiences with students", By David Peregrino. El Paso Times, 02/03/2002, This is based on an interview session in El Paso, as UT students came in to interview WWII subjects at a local Vet Center. Courtesy of El Paso Times

  10. "A Turning Point; A new project is collecting oral histories from latinos shaped by World War II," Austin American-Statesman -by staff writer Suzanne Gamboa, May 22, 2000, p. 1A.

    : With the help of volunteers and students in her journalism classes, the stories of Latino veterans are being recorded on video and audio tape.)
    Courtesy of the Austin American-Statesman

  11. "Preserving the legacy of Hispanics in WWII," El Paso Times, 05/07/2000, by Ramon Renteria. This article includes the stories of the five Flores brothers of El Paso. It is an advance to the May 2000 conference organized by the project.
    Courtesy of El Paso Times

  12. "Capturing memories of Latinos, World War II," Austin American-Statesman --a column by editorial page editor Arnold Garcia, Sept. 27, 1999.p. A9.

    The war had given my parents' generation of Mexican Americans the confidence to challenge the old ways of the old Texas, where signs that read ``No dogs or Mexicans allowed'' and the attitude behind them were a constant.
    Courtesy of the Austin American-Statesman