Arellanes, Gloria

Former member of the Brown Berets; Free Clinic worker; Chicana activist


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5851_T01_online.mp3

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Metadata

Field Value
ID 37
Title An oral history with Gloria Arellanes
Date 2016-05-13
WPA ID WPA_037
OH ID OH 5851
Citation Gloria Arellanes interviewed by Analia Cabral, May 13, 2016, El Monte, California, Oral History #5851, transcript, Women Politics, and Activism Since Suffrage, Center for Oral and Public History, California State University, Fullerton.
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Created At 2017-07-30 19:18:09 UTC
Location El Monte, CA
Language English
Subjects Family → Grandparents
Family → Grandparents
Locations → El Monte, California
Family → Siblings
Chicano/a Movement → Brown Berets → East L.A. Free Clinic
Chicano/a Movement → Brown Berets
Chicano/a Movement → Brown Berets → La Piranya Coffeehouse
Family → Bullying
Direct Action → Marches
Chicano/a Movement → Chicano Movement
Chicano/a Movement → Chicano Identity
Gender and Sexuality → Feminism → Chicana Feminism
Gender and Sexuality → Feminism
Chicano/a Movement → Mexican American Youth Council
Women's Health → Abortion
Law and Public Policy → Welfare
Race Relations → Anglo-Mexican Race Relations
Sexism
Chicano/a Movement → Chicano Moratorium
Chicano/a Movement → Las Adelitas de Aztln
Leadership → Leadership Style
Entertainment and Culture → Native American Culture/Identity
Leadership → Female versus Male Leadership
Family → Childhood Experiences → children of immigrants or refugees
Family → Parenting
Family → Parenting → Motherhood
Women in Politics → importance of women's involvement
Activism → Advice on getting involved

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