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Oral history interviews were a major component of the Mujeres Latinas Project. During this period, interviewers recorded oral histories. Once the initial thrust of the project was over, IWA hired several undergraduate students to transcribe the English and Spanish-language interviews.
Some of the interviewees donated photographs, correspondence, and additional family materials to accompany their oral histories. Georgina had immigrated to Iowa from Mexico in the s and later worked with Proteus, a health care organization for migrant workers.
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Coming from a family that had lived in Iowa for many generations, she drew on a deep knowledge of Mexican-American history and culture. A native Spanish speaker who came to the United States from Mexico as a teenager, Iskra conducted oral history interviews and translated brochures and other documents from English into Spanish.
She attended the Latinos Unidos Festival in Clive Looking for mature in San Jose other IWA staff and wrote letters to Latinas telling of our interest in preserving their stories. During the five months she worked on the Mujeres Latinas Project she became passionate about preserving Mexican-American heritage, ensuring that the stories, photos, and words of Iowa Latinas were captured for posterity.
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She secured grant funding to support initiatives to gather the history of groups often absent from historical s and archives, including African-American, rural, Latinas, and Jewish women.