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Use Your Words! / Dr Felipe de Ortego y Gasca

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This week on Use Your Words, JJ Amaworo Wilson and Elise Stuart interview Dr Felipe de Ortego y Gasca, considered the founder of Chicano literary history.

Dr Ortego y Gasca has received several awards for his work on Chicano studies; his essay on “The Chicano Resistance” is considered a landmark text in the Chicano literary movement.  He began as a public school teacher and also taught in universities for many years.  He served in the Marines and the Air Force.  He is currently a scholar in residence at WNMU in Silver City, NM and continues to write and make outstanding contributions to the world of literature.

Use Your Words! is broadcast live on the 2nd & 4th Fridays of the month at 4:30pm and rebroadcast the following Fridays at the same time.

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Use Your Words! / Dr Felipe de Ortego y Gasca

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