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Center for Public History, University of Houston; University of Houston Libraries, University of Houston
This is an oral history interview with Carlos Calbillo conducted as part of the Houston History Project. Carlos Calbillo was part of the radical movement during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s. His represents the mobility of the era that sent him from Pasadena, Texas to California to work with Cesar Chavez in the United Farm Worker strikes and to participate in the Chicano Manifesto pronouncement in Denver. His insights into the radical perspective and its accommodation with the moderate Chicano leaders is historically significant. Interviewer: Ernesto Valdés.
Mexican Americans; Calbillo, Carlos C.
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Oral Histories from the Houston History Project
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