Interview with Darlene Tenes, founder of CasaQ (Casa Querida) and the Farmworker Caravan, and her mother Lily Tenes Sanchez, an activist for social justice in the 20th century. Topics covered include family history, her father’s book on his experience as a bullfighter, CasaQ’s work to amplify Chicano and Mexican content in the arts and crafts sphere, culinary arts, the COVID-19 pandemic and farmworker relief efforts, mariachi, and events at Our Lady Guadalupe Catholic Church. As part of the Mosaic Atlas project, SJSU students and faculty from the Anthropology and Geography departments interviewed people who support and produce art throughout the Bay Area.
Darlene Tenes, Lily Tenes Sanchez, and Jan English-Lueck. "Mosaic Atlas: Interview with Darlene Tenes and Lily Tenes Sanchez ." Mosaic Atlas Interviews (2022).
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