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    • Faces of Post 41: The 1940s

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • Latinos contribute to World War II, from Luzon and Corregidor to Normandy and Germany.
    • Plácida Elvira García Smith

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Theodore Roosevelt Dam (Ariz.); Salt River Project; Americanization; San Luis (Yuma County, Ariz.); University of Utah; University of California at Berkeley; League of United Latin American Citizens; United Service Organizations (U.S.);
    • Plácida Elvira García Smith’s place in Phoenix history is during post-World War I at Friendly House, established in 1920. Disturbed by the poverty and racism she witnessed within the Mexican and Mexican-American community in south Phoenix, Plácida...
    • María García

    • Raul H. Castro Institute
    • Immigration; Chihuahua, Mexico; Instituto Cientifico y Literario; Yuma, AZ; Immaculate Conception Catholic School (Yuma); Arizona Government; Friendly House; Grant park barrio; League of United latin American Citizens (LULAC); Civil Rights;...
    • While living in Phoenix during the 1940s and 1950s, María García stood out as a woman who courageously spoke up for social issues, even though she was an immigrant and carried a heavy accent. Born in 1898, María grew up in Chihuahua, Mexico, and...
    • AZ tribal connection

    • United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service.
    • Indians of North America--West (U.S.); Water resources development--West (U.S.); Environmental aspects--Indians of North America--Arizona
    • This title contains one or more publications. Bi-annual. The Arizona Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) notes that its newsletter specifically focuses on conserving natural resources on Tribal lands as part of the agency's outreach...
    • Julia Cecilia Cuesta Soto Zozaya

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Mohave County (Ariz.)--History; Mohave County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Asturias (Spain); Retinitis pigmentosa; Sarah Coventry, Inc; League of United Latin American Citizens; Arizona-Mexico Commission; American Women in Radio and Television...
    • Julia Cuesta Soto Zozaya exemplified a moral courage and strong will to succeed. As a teenager, Julia was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa; by the age of 27, she was legally blind. Despite her loss of vision, Julia pursued a series of successful...
    • Narcisa Monreal Espinoza

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Civil Rights; Winkleman, AZ; Salt River Indians; Williams AFB; United Latin American Citizens; Equal Employment Opportunities Commission; Title VII; Arizona Women's Political Caucus; National Organization for women; League of Mexican American Women
    • Throughout her life Narcisa Monreal Espinoza has broken the mold of traditional roles for Latinas from her generation. Narcisa and her twin sister Sofia were born in 1923 in the mining town of Winkelman, Ariz. The Monreal family finally settled...
    • Brothers pay tribute

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona – Latino – Military Service
    • Military veteran Rick Leal puts together an exhibit honoring other veterans, called "The Legacy of Valor."
    • Faces of Post 41: 1970 to 2008

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • American Legion Post 41 pushes into the new century as a local icon of Phoenix. Latino soldiers gain in respect and position, as Operation: Desert Storm and the new Iraq war bring a new generation of troops to the battlefield.
    • Dr. Anna Marie Ochoa O’Leary

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona Border Rights Project; Morenci Miners Women's Auxiliary; University of Arizona; Mexican studies; Fulbright scholars;
    • Anna Marie Ochoa O’Leary is an assistant professor of practice in the Department of Mexican American and Raza Studies at the University of Arizona, where she earned her B.A. in political science and her Ph.D. in anthropology. Her research and...
    • Video: Julia Cecilia Cuesta Soto Zozaya

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Mohave County (Ariz.)--History; Mohave County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Asturias (Spain); Retinitis pigmentosa; Sarah Coventry, Inc; League of United Latin American Citizens; Arizona-Mexico Commission; American Women in Radio and Television...
    • Vignette of the life of Julia Cuesta Soto Zozaya, who exemplified a moral courage and strong will to succeed. As a teenager, Julia was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa; by the age of 27, she was legally blind. Despite her loss of vision, Julia...
    • Video: Plácida Elvira García Smith

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Theodore Roosevelt Dam (Ariz.); Salt River Project; Americanization; San Luis (Yuma County, Ariz.); University of Utah; University of California at Berkeley; League of United Latin American Citizens; United Service Organizations (U.S.);
    • Vignette of the life of Plácida Elvira García Smith, whose place in Phoenix history lies during post-World War I at Friendly House, established in 1920. Disturbed by the poverty and racism she witnessed within the Mexican and Mexican-American...
    • Teresa "Terri" Cruz  Booklet

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Latino communities; Latino studies; Latina studies; Mexican-American Border Region--History; Mexican American women--History--20th century; Mexican Americans--Arizona; Community Service; Chicanos por la Causa (CPLC); Leadership and Education for...
    • Terri Cruz - Arizona Latina Trailblazers, 2012. The Phoenix College Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Media is proud to honor Terri Cruz, recognized as the "mother" of Chicanos por la Causa.
    • Video: Maria Garcia

    • Raul H. Castro Institute
    • Immigration; Chihuahua, Mexico; Instituto Cientifico y Literario; Yuma, AZ; Immaculate Conception Catholic School (Yuma); Arizona Government; Friendly House; Grant park barrio; League of United latin American Citizens (LULAC); Civil Rights;...
    • While living in Phoenix during the 1940s and 1950s, María García stood out as a woman who courageously spoke up for social issues, even though she was an immigrant and carried a heavy accent. Born in 1898, María grew up in Chihuahua, Mexico, and...
    • A moment with Steve Zozaya

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • A moment with Steve Zozaya, at a 2008 photo shoot in the Arizona National Guard Hangar.
    • Faces of Post 41: The 1960s

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • As the Civil Rights Movement gains momentum, so does the Vietnam war. Veterans relate their brave and heartbreaking experiences in battle, while Post 41 members gain influence in local politics and activism.
    • Annual report / Arizona AHEC Program

    • University of Arizona. College of Public Health.
    • Arizona AHEC Program; Health Personnel--Education--Arizona; Medical education--Arizona;
    • This title contains one or more publications. The Arizona AHEC Program is part of the University of Aizona Health Sciences Center. Arizona Area Health Education Centers Program (AHEC).

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