Enedelia Schofield Hernandez oral history recording Part 2

Title

Enedelia Schofield Hernandez oral history recording Part 2

Description

The second part of an audio recording of an oral history of Enedelia Schofield recorded in March, 2013, about her life in Forest Grove, Oregon. Through this section, Enedelia talks about her time at the Lewis and Clark Law School where she learned the value of study groups and what schools can do for minority students. Through these years in her life, Enedelia redefined what success looked like to her and after working as a clerk for a courtroom for a few years, she switched to education. After teaching at the elementary level, she went into an administrative program that allowed her to also get her master’s degree. Enedelia learned over the years the gift she had of being bilingual and what opportunities were opened up to her, as well as the challenges that were presented. She also talks about what she learned from her first marriage and being a Hispanic woman in each of her social settings. At 11:30 of the recording, there is a few second break as the recording switches.

Extent

1 sound cassette (1 hr.)

Language

English

Identifier

WCM_OH_416b

Rights

In Copyright

Contributor

O'Rourke, Michael

Format

Audiocassettes