Interview with Tony Martinez

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Title

Interview with Tony Martinez

Subject

Streets and avenues (The Bronx, New York) -- Davidson Avenue -- Tremont Avenue -- Burnside Avenue
Music and musicians -- Afro-cuban music -- R&B -- hip-hop -- Fat Joe -- Big Punisher ("Big Pun")
Schools and education -- P.S. 26 -- J.H.S. 80 -- Bronx Science High School -- Fordham University
Ethnic groups and nationalities -- African Americans -- Cubans -- Afro-Cubans -- Dominicans
Arson and housing abandonment
Neighborhoods (The Bronx, New York) -- Morris Heights -- University Heights -- West Bronx
Youth culture and gangs -- Baby Five Percenters -- youth programs
Racism and discrimination -- education discrimination -- colorism -- Cuban Revolution, racial division
Religion and spirituality -- Santeríma (Lucumí) -- Catholicism
Drugs and addiction -- heroin -- crack cocaine -- marijuana -- PCP

Description

Transcript of an oral history with Tony Martinez, Afro-Cuban educator and community worker, conducted originally through the Bronx African American History Project and dual-listed under the Bronx Latino History Project.

Creator

Martinez, Tony

Publisher

Bronx Latino History Project
Bronx African American History Project

Date

May 31, 2006

Contributor

Naison, Mark

Format

PDF

Language

English
Spanish

Type

Oral history

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Naison, Mark

Interviewee

Martinez, Tony

Transcription

Original Format

PDF

Duration

01:22:11

Files

Martinez, Tony.mp3
Martinez Tony.pdf

Citation

Martinez, Tony, “Interview with Tony Martinez,” Bronx History Online, accessed June 28, 2022, https://digital.bchslibrary.org/items/show/556.

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