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Seattle, Washington,98195

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United Mexican American Student organization

Founder


Education

Sunnyside High School


University of Washington


Yakima Valley Community College


MA

History

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MA

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www.casaoforegon.org

Dr. Erasmo Gamboa
Dr. Erasmo Gamboa is Associate Professor in the Department of American Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington. The authority on Latino history of the Pacific Northwest, he has published extensively on this and other subjects. Along with numerous articles, his award winning books, Mexican Labor and World War II: Braceros in the Pacific Northwest, 1942-1947 and Nosotros, The Hispanic People of Oregon: Essays and Recollections explore the history and experiences of Latinos in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Professor Gamboa's work has enhanced public recognition and understanding of Latinos in the Pacific Northwest.


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• University of Washington Professor Erasmo Gamboa on the history of the Mexican-Americans in the diversely ethnic railroad community of Pocatello;


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Erasmo Gamboa, Professor and Researcher at the University of Washington*


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Historians and authors Laurie Mercier (Washington State University Vancouver), Erasmo Gamboa (University of Washington) and Sandy Polishuk (Portland) will discuss working people in the Pacific Northwest, followed by a conversation with the audience.
• 10 a.m.-noon May 3: Gamboa, "Mexican Labor and World War II: Braceros in the Pacific Northwest."


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February 2014 - Panel Discussion with Dr. Laurier Mercier, Dr. Erasmo Gamboa, and Sandy Polishuk
A child of Mexican immigrant parents, Erasmo Gamboa was born in Texas and spent his youth in the Yakima Valley of Eastern Washington. After attending Yakima Valley Community College, he enrolled at the University of Washington in 1968 where he quickly became a leading student activist. Gamboa helped found the UW Chapter of MEChA and was chairman of the University boycott committee supporting the United Farm Workers' boycott of non-union grapes. Gamboa was also instrumental in the establishment of the UW's Chicano Studies program. He earned an MA in History from the UW in 1973, and his PhD in 1984. He is currently Associate Professor of Chicano Studies and Adjunct Associate Professor of History and Latin American Studies at the UW. Professor Gamboa is the author of numerous articles and books on the history of Latinos in the Pacific Northwest, including Mexican Labor and World War II: Braceros in the Pacific Northwest, 1942-1947; and Nosotros, the Hispanic People of Oregon: Essays and Reflections, which won the Helen and Martin Schwarz Prize from the National Federation of State Humanities Councils.


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