Interview with Norma Stoltz Chinchilla

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Table of Contents 
  •  Introductions 
  •  Personal Inspirations, Influences and Role Models 
  •  How Involvement in the Solidarity Movement Affected Personal Development 
  •  Chinchilla Describes Regrets or Things She Would Have Done Differently

  •  Fear for Personal Safety due to Involvement in the Solidarity Movement 
  •  Proudest Moments as Member of the Solidarity Movement 
  •  How Chinchilla Would Like Her Work to be Remembered 
  •  Concluding Thoughts on Solidarity Movement

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Title:Interview with Norma Stoltz Chinchilla
Abstract:Interview is in English. Norma Stoltz Chinchilla, current professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies at California State University Long Beach, chronicles her experiences with Central American solidarity movements, her initial experiences in Central America, and how her participation in the solidarity movement affected her both academically and personally. In this interview, Chinchilla outlines her history of living and working in Central America, how she initially developed an interest in Central America, and her participation with Central American migrant communities in Los Angeles. This interview was conducted in Austin, Texas as part of the 2014 Lozano Long Conference Micro Oral History Project.
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  • Norma Stoltz ChinchillaRole: Narrator
  • Regina MillsRole: Interviewer
Date Created:2014/02/22
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