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    • Roberto Jiménez video interview and transcript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Spanish language--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago
    • Roberto Jiménez is son of “Tio Funfa” Jiménez. Today he lives in the small mountain town of Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico, but did live for some years in Detroit, Michigan, traveling back and forth in the 1950s, “when there were not that many...
    • Amparo Jiménez video interview and transcript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Puerto Ricans--Personal narratives; Spanish language--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community...
    • Amparo Jiménez lives in Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico where she is very active within the Catholic Church. Ms. Jiménez is daughter of “Tio Funfa Jiménez” whose children and their offspring left Puerto Rico and grew up primarily in Detroit and...
    • Pedro J. Mateo video interview and transcript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Puerto Ricans--Personal narratives; Spanish language--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community...
    • Pedro Mateo is from Salinas, Puerto Rico and now lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He first came to Grand Rapids in the 1950s, but quickly moved to Indiana Harbor to work in the steel mills alongside many other Puerto Rican immigrants of that era. ...
    • Charlyne Martínez-Villegas video interview and transcript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Puerto Ricans--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago
    • Charlyne Martínez-Villegas came to Grand Rapids, Michigan from New Jersey where she loved it because there were many Puerto Ricans. In Grand Rapids she was only one of a few. Another reason that she loved New Jersey is that that is where her...
    • America “Mecca” Sorrentini inerview and transcript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Puerto Ricans--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago; Puerto Rico--Autonomy and...
    • America Sorrentini was born in Puerto Rico. She moved first to Boston and then to Chicago, arriving in the 1970s. Ms. Sorentini's parents were prominent organizers and activists in the struggle for Puerto Rican self-determination, working primarily...
    • Patrick Mateo video interview and transcript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago
    • Patrick Mateo is a Young Lord who was born in the United States but lived many years in Puerto Rico. His family is from Salinas. But he and his siblings grew up in Chicago starting at Van Buren, the old La Madison barrio, and in Grand Rapids,...
    • Felícitas Nuñez interview and trancript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago
    • Felícitas Nuñez lives in Bermuda Dunes, California. She and Delia Ravelo are co-founders of Teatro de Las Chicanas. The concept began when women of Movimiento Estudíantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) brought their mothers to a university setting....
    • Carlos Vasquez video interview and transcript

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Mexican Americans--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago; Mexican Americans--Michigan
    • Carlos Vazquez is from Detroit, Michigan but he was born in Mexico and his family is from Ciudad Juárez on the border with Texas. Mr. Vasquez’s family settled in Detroit in the 1940s and 1950s. Mr. Vasquez is a musician who has played in several...
    • Pedro Mateo video interview and transcript, interview 2

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); Mexican Americans--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago; Mexican...
    • Oral history of Pedro Mateo, interviewed by Jose 'Cha-Cha' Jimenez, on 3/8/2012 about the Young Lords in Lincoln Park.
    • Billy “Che” Brooks video interview and transcripts

    • Young Lords (Organization); Puerto Ricans--United States; Civil Rights--United States--History; Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill.); African Americans--Personal narratives; Social justice; Community activists--Illinois--Chicago; Hampton, Fred, 1948-1969;...
    • Billy “Che” Brooks is Deputy Minister of Education of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP) and Director of YouthLAB@1521 through the Better Boys Foundation. In 1969, Mr. Brooks was very close to Chairman Fred Hampton who was the main...
    • Outdoor arms inspection

    • World War, 1939-1945; United States--History, Military; Michigan--History, Military; United States. Army. Signal Photo Company, 166th; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 26th; Soldiers; Military life; Photographs
    • Captain Emil J. Schmidt, of the 39th Signal Company, coordinating an arms inpsection for the 26th Infantry Division at US base, 1944.
    • Soldiers communicating in a message center in Europe

    • World War, 1939-1945; United States--History, Military; Michigan--History, Military; United States. Army. Signal Photo Company, 166th; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 26th; Soldiers; Military life; Photographs
    • Soldiers of the 26th Infantry Division communicating in a message center of the 39th Signal Company somewhere in Europe, 1944.
    • Women dancing for soldiers at non-commsioned officers club

    • World War, 1939-1945; United States--History, Military; Michigan--History, Military; United States. Army. Signal Photo Company, 166th; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 26th; Soldiers; Military life; Photographs
    • Women dancing for soldiers of the 26th Infantry Division at non-commsioned officers club, 1944.
    • Soldiers participating in field training

    • World War, 1939-1945; United States--History, Military; Michigan--History, Military; United States. Army. Signal Photo Company, 166th; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 26th; Soldiers; Military life; Photographs
    • Soldiers of 26th Infantry Division participating in field training at US base, 1944.
    • Three soldiers outside a message center

    • World War, 1939-1945; United States--History, Military; Michigan--History, Military; United States. Army. Signal Photo Company, 166th; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 26th; Soldiers; Military life; Photographs
    • Three soldiers outside a message center at a US base, 1944.
    • Commando Kelly introducing Ernest Childers

    • World War, 1939-1945; United States--History, Military; Michigan--History, Military; United States. Army. Signal Photo Company, 166th; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 26th; Soldiers; Military life; Photographs
    • Charles E. "Commando" Kelly of the 26th Infantry Division introducing the first American Indian Medal of Honor winner, Ernest L. Childers. Photo is signed and inscribed by Kelly, 1944.
    • Soldiers leaving a non-commisioned officers club

    • World War, 1939-1945; United States--History, Military; Michigan--History, Military; United States. Army. Signal Photo Company, 166th; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 26th; Soldiers; Military life; Photographs
    • Soldiers of the 26th Infantry Division leaving a non-commisioned officers club (NCO) on US base, 1944.

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