Interview with Nilda Soto on May 22, 2015, Segment 2

CENTRO: 100 Puerto Ricans Oral History Project, 2013-

Dr. Soto describes her humble beginnings in a shanty town/slum in Puerto Rico, and her parents' occupations as a jitney driver and factory worker, balancing work with raising their children. She states how her parents always encouraged their children to study hard to achieve their goals.


Date
May 22, 2015, Recording date
Interviewee
Nilda Soto
Interviewer
Solmerina Aponte
Duration
2m 35.0s
Location of interview

Interview Location: Open Door Health Center, 151 NW 11 St. Suite W201, Homestead, FL 33030

Language
English
Object Type
Moving Image
Identifier
NSot.2015.5.22.2
Related Keywords
Poverty, Factory workers, Work, Farms, Families
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
University of Puerto Rico, United States. Department of Veterans Affairs
Related Places
Homestead, FL (interview location), Río Piedras (is referenced), Santurce, San Juan, PR (is referenced)
Citation
CENTRO: 100 Puerto Ricans Oral History Project, 2013-. Interview with Nilda Soto on May 22, 2015, Segment 2: NSot.2015.5.22.2. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 17 Oct 2019.
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Repository
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