Dr Blandina Cardenas Interview – Part 2

by: Chuy Ramirez
Posted: 2/22/2021
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Video: Dr. Blandina Cardenas Interview - Part 2

Interview Date: February 9, 2021

Chuy Ramirez continues his conversation with Dr. Blandina Cardenas discussing the Spring 1968 student walkout at Edgewood ISD in San Antonio, Filing of the Rodriguez case; Employment at Edgewood, the original Mi Tierra Restaurant, a young Henry Cisneros, Hank Aguirre, and others.

Chuy Ramirez is an attorney practicing law in the Rio Grande Valley since 1983, and dabbles in writing.

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