Andrews, Richard and Gor, Beverly
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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 Richard Andrews and Beverly Gor conducted as part of the Houston History Project. Dr. Richard Andrews spoke about his background and experience with public health and how he became involved with the HOPE Clinic. He recounted his early days working at the HOPE Clinic, describing the clinic’s status at the time and the problems that he personally encountered at the clinic as a physician. Dr. Andrews also briefly discussed his current work and the clinic’s current needs and future plan. Dr. Beverly Gor spoke about the founding of and her involvement with the Asian American Health Coalition and the HOPE Clinic. She talked about the early days of the clinic and the clinic’s growth and achievements over the years. Dr. Gor gave details pertaining to the clinic’s role during and after Hurricane Katrina. She also talked about ongoing projects and her hope and plans for the clinic in the future. . Interviewer: Thu Huong Vu.
Emigration and immigration; Asian Americans; Andrews, Richard; Gor, Beverly
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