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La Voz de Austin July, 2010.pmdprinter - La Voz Newspapers

La Voz de Austin July, 2010.pmdprinter - La Voz Newspapers

La Voz de Austin July, 2010.pmdprinter - La Voz

Austin, Buda, Del Valle, Kyle, San Marcos Free Gratis Volume 5 Number 7 A Bilingual Publication July, 2010 La V Voz (512) 944-4123 Dr. Cynthia E. Orozco is a historian who teaches at Eastern New Mexico University - Ruidoso. Originally from Cuero, Texas, she earned her bachelors degree from The University of Texas at Austin and her MA and Ph.D. from The University of California at Los Angeles. She is the author of No Mexicans, Women or Dogs Allowed: The Rise of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement. The following interview was conducted last month at the State LULAC Convention which was held here in Austin, Texas. Cynthia Interview Jaime Herrera interview Mariah interview La Voz: Let’s begin this interview by sharing with our readers some insight on your latest book. Dr. Orozco: My latest book is No Mexicans, Women or Dogs Allowed: The Rise of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement, a history of the origins of LULAC. LULAC is the oldest Latino civil rights organization in the country and was founded in 1929 and has 700 councils today. I am proud of this book. My parents were Mexican immigrants, I grew up poor in Cuero, and now have a Ph.D. La Voz: How did you come up with this title? Dr. Orozco: The title reflects the history of the era of racial segregation against La Raza. Whites excluded and segregated Mexicandescent people in schools, private businesses and public facilities especially from around 1910 to the 1970s. The book also talks about how and why Mexican Continued on Page 5 Dr. Cynthia E. Orzozco and Dr. Emilio Zamora at the State LULAC Convention in Austin, Texas

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