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The Resource Oral history interview with Harry P. Pachon : President, Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, Kenan Professfor of political studies, Claremont Colleges, Former executive director, National association of Latino elected and appointed officials education fund (1983-1993), by Charles C. Turner

Oral history interview with Harry P. Pachon : President, Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, Kenan Professfor of political studies, Claremont Colleges, Former executive director, National association of Latino elected and appointed officials education fund (1983-1993), by Charles C. Turner

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Oral history interview with Harry P. Pachon : President, Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, Kenan Professfor of political studies, Claremont Colleges, Former executive director, National association of Latino elected and appointed officials education fund (1983-1993), 1997
Title
Oral history interview with Harry P. Pachon
Title remainder
President, Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, Kenan Professfor of political studies, Claremont Colleges, Former executive director, National association of Latino elected and appointed officials education fund (1983-1993)
Statement of responsibility
by Charles C. Turner
Inclusive dates
1997
Creator
Contributor
Interviewee
Interviewer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Topics covered include: Civil rights movement, his move to California, Latino movements, post-doctoral work, his move to Washington D.C.; immigration and naturalization process, tstifying before Congress, NALEO Education Fund, teaching in Claremont, Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, 1996 elections and latino voters, relations between latinos and African-Americans, the Dornan/Sanchez race
Additional physical form
Audiotape recording available in the California State Archives.
Biographical or historical data
Though born in Miami Florida, Harry P. Pachon, completed his education in political studies and began his academic teaching career in California. He received his Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate School in 1973, after which he taught until 1977. Pachon served in two different capacities in Washington until 1981. He accepted and held the post of Professor of Political Studies at CUNY until 1987. From 1987-1993, he was Kenan Professor of Political Studies at Claremont Colleges. He served at President of the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute in Claremont, CA.
Cataloging source
CLU
Form designation
oral history transcript
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Location of originals duplicates
  • The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
  • California State University, Fullerton. Library. Oral History Program.
  • California State University, Sacramento. Library. University Archives.
  • Honnold Library for the Associated Colleges, Claremont, Calif.
  • University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Dept. of Special Collections.
Label
Oral history interview with Harry P. Pachon : President, Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, Kenan Professfor of political studies, Claremont Colleges, Former executive director, National association of Latino elected and appointed officials education fund (1983-1993), by Charles C. Turner
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Publication
Note
Transcript of a 3.5-hour interview completed under the auspices of Oral History Program at Claremont Graduate University and the California State Archives, State Government Oral History Program
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
[6], iii, 101 leaves, bound
System control number
  • (OCoLC)48254075
  • ucoclc48254075
Terms governing use
Copyright to all program materials is assigned by the interviewee to both the Secretary of State, California State Archives, and the program's cooperating institutions. Copies of interview transcripts can be procured from the State Archives and cooperating institutions. Tape copies are not made for sale or for distribution outside the program.
Label
Oral history interview with Harry P. Pachon : President, Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, Kenan Professfor of political studies, Claremont Colleges, Former executive director, National association of Latino elected and appointed officials education fund (1983-1993), by Charles C. Turner
Publication
Note
Transcript of a 3.5-hour interview completed under the auspices of Oral History Program at Claremont Graduate University and the California State Archives, State Government Oral History Program
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
[6], iii, 101 leaves, bound
System control number
  • (OCoLC)48254075
  • ucoclc48254075
Terms governing use
Copyright to all program materials is assigned by the interviewee to both the Secretary of State, California State Archives, and the program's cooperating institutions. Copies of interview transcripts can be procured from the State Archives and cooperating institutions. Tape copies are not made for sale or for distribution outside the program.

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