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Eloisa Corona Oral History Interview

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Eloisa Corona grew up in a Union family as her father was George Quintana, a 50 year member of the Albuquerque Local #16  of the Laborers' International Union of N.A.  She started her Union life as a member of the CWA Local at the Telephone Company in Albuquerque, NM and went on to join the AFT (American Federation of Teachers) Education Assistants' Union. Corona also worked at the AFT Educational Assistants' Union office and co-taught CPR classes as an AFT National Instructor. Interview by Diane Pinkey.

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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