Oral History Interview with Arturo Solis-Gereda
Streaming video (Zoom platform), duration 42:12. Includes transcript and closed-captioning.
Scope and Content
This experience reflects society's situation in 2020 perfectly, an online-conducted interview is really keeping up with the times so to speak. Being able to connect with a Sacred Heart Alumni, whom was apart of the original four introductory classes at the University in its novice stages, speaks volumes on how "once you're a Pioneer you're always a Pioneer". The interview takes place with Ansonia and Central American native, Arturo Solis on November 22, 2020, at 8:30 p.m. via Zoom. The story, lifestyle, and experience of the interviewee is a cultural sonic boom, incorporating values and lessons from both Central and North America and how they are applied/conducted during these trying times of COVID-19.
Class (Course Number and Name)
SO-201, Poverty and Inequality in the US
Gerald Reid, Ph.D.
Solis-Gereda, A. (2020, November 22). Oral history interview with Arturo Solis-Gereda, by C, Barroso [Streaming video]. Covid-19 Oral Histories. Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT.
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