The History of REFORMA Documentary

LHRT News and Notes continues its celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month:

This video is a special treat–it covers the first half century of REFORMA (the National Association to Promote Library & Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish Speaking). Let’s be inspired by its history today!:

“The Legacy of REFORMA: the First 50 Years,” a documentary produced by Mario A. Ascencio and Carlos Rodriguez for REFORMA’s 50th Anniversary includes interviews with REFORMA’s founders and leaders including Elizabeth Martinez, John Ayala, Roberto Trujillo, Cesar Caballero, Luis Herrera, Albert J. Milo, Sandra Rios Balderrama, Roxana Benavides, Lucia M. Gonzalez, Tess Tobin, Romelia Salinas and Nicanor Diaz.

One thought on “The History of REFORMA Documentary

  1. Ruth Quiroa October 1, 2023 / 1:45 am

    Thank you for sharing this link. Such a beautiful documentary and important history to maintain. Ruth Quiroa

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