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Sally Gallosa Oral History Interview

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Sally Gallosa shares her work experiences at Mountain Bell from 1973 until 2000 where she worked first as a phone operator and then as a Maintenance Administrator and finally as a Plant Line Assigner. Gallosa was also a member of the Communication Workers of America CWA locals in Deming and Albuquerque, NM. During her tenure at Mountain Bell, she served as a Union Steward assisting her members with workplace issues that included disciplinaries, grievances, seniority, and job changes. She describes the discrimination she experienced as a Hispanic and also as a woman. She is currently active with CWA RMC 70010, retired CWA members. Interview by Anais Garvanian.

The Working People's History of New Mexico Project (WPHNM) is an oral labor history project created to gather the labor stories of working people in New Mexico. While part of the interviews focus on the specific jobs that the interviewees performed, the interviews also explore labor-management relations as well as union, workers council, and social activism participation.  The interviews contain information about family and social relationships and offer themes of social and historical interest in New Mexico and the US.

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