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The KUT Longhorn Radio Network Presents: Mexican American Experience Collection

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.

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Displaying 4 programs with the keyword Birth Rates

 

1.

Recent Voting Trends Among Chicanos

Theme:
Politics

Series:
Politics

Host:
Linda Fregoso

Interviewee:
Bill Calderon

Broadcast date:
Sep 18, 1981

Description:


Bill Calderon of the Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project (SVREP) discusses Chicano Voting patterns and the recent increase in Chicano voter turn-out. In spite of the general decline in voter turn-out, Chicano voting has increased by...

 

2.

The Disappearance Of Authentic Chicano Culture

Theme:
Culture

Series:
Family

Host:
Richard Goodman

Interviewee:
Richard Goodman

Broadcast date:
Jun 19, 1979

Description:


In this talk, host Richard Goodman first explores the history and recent transformations of Mexican American families. He discusses some of the popular conceptions of Mexican families and argues that most are far from the truth. In the past,...

 

3.

Chicano Health Demographics

Theme:
Society

Series:
Health

Host:
Armando Gutiérrez

Interviewee:
Romeo Rodríguez

Broadcast date:
Mar 15, 1979

Description:


Romeo Rodriguez, assistant instructor of Chicano Studies at UT-Austin, discusses his research on the mortality rate of Chicanos in comparison to Anglos and African Americans. Rodriguez seeks to understand how ethnicity and socioeconomic factors...

 

4.

The Family That Stays Together...

Theme:
Society

Series:
Social Issues

Host:
Richard Goodman

Interviewee:
Richard Goodman

Broadcast date:
Sep 14, 1976

Description:


Host Richard Goodman explores the history and recent transformations of the Mexican American family. He discusses some of the popular conceptions of Mexican Families, and argues that most are far from the truth. In the past Mexican families were...

 
 

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