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In this recording, Dora Quesada discusses her career, including her experiences as a military nurse, time as a civilian nurse, and later work as a public school teacher. Among the subjects she covers are racism in the medical and educational

In this recording, Dora Quesada discusses her career, including her experiences as a military nurse, time as a civilian nurse, and later work as a public school teacher. Among the subjects she covers are racism in the medical and educational fields; conflicts with other medical professionals; the breakdown in relationships between parents, teachers, and school boards beginning in the 1960s, which she attributes to defensiveness on the part of parents; teaching methods and class sizes; political issues involved in teaching; and advocacy to end exploitation of and improve conditions for students.

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    • Dora Quesada Interview (Part II)
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    1998-05-07
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    "Dora Quesada Interview (Part II)," Ocampo Family Papers, Accession #1999-02054, Arizona State University Library.

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