María Canino Interview Three, Tape 2, Side A

CENTRO: Centro Oral History Project (COHP) / Latino Educational Media Center (LEMC), 2003-2008

Canino continues to speak about her involvement in the Center for Puerto Rican Studies and the relationships that Centro had with other US and Puerto Rican institutions in its early days. Canino discusses how Centro's mission has shifted since its founding. She believes that Centro must maintain its commitment to activism if it wants to uphold the social justice component of its mission. At the end of the interview she briefly discusses Centro's impact, including helping the growth of the Puerto Rican community, bringing the community's issues to the forefront, and opened doors for future Puerto Rican students.


Date
November 13, 2007, Recording date
Interviewee
María Josefa Canino
Interviewer
Lillian Jiménez
Duration
17m 36.0s
Language
English
Object Type
Sound
Identifier
COHP.MCan.2007.11.13.2a
Related Keywords
Latino studies, Education, Politics, Activism, Community
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
Maria Teresa Babin, Frank Bonilla, Marcia Rivera, Angel Quintero Rivera, Emilio Gonzalez, Center for Puerto Rican Studies, City University of New York. Hunter College, Young Lords, Puerto Rican Student Union, ASPIRA Association
Related Items
María Canino Interview One, Tape 1, Side A
María Canino Interview Two, Tape 1, Side B
Citation
CENTRO: Centro Oral History Project (COHP) / Latino Educational Media Center (LEMC), 2003-2008. María Canino Interview Three, Tape 2, Side A: COHP.MCan.2007.11.13.2a. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 22 Sep 2019.
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