The 1960's was a tumultuous decade in United States history, particularly for Mexican Americans in Texas seeking educational and political equality. In this edited transcript of an interview with prominent Chicano leader and Raza Unida founder José Angel Gutierrez, Manuel Medrano examines the various forces that shaped the life and career of the civil rights activist. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Medrano, M. (2010). José Angel Gutierrez: An Oral History Conversation. Journal of South Texas, 23(3), 19–32.
Journal of South Texas