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The following oral history is the result of a recorded interview conducted by a CSUMB student. The audio and draft transcript have not been edited for accuracy. This interview is part of the Oral History Community Memory Archive. The researcher is asked to bear in mind that they are listening to an original recording, and reading a verbatim transcript of the spoken word, rather than written prose.


Angelique Guerrero is a 31 year old Watsonville local, and was born on July 5th in Santa Cruz. She currently works as a vehicle purchasing agent for Pick N Pull Auto Dismantler. All throughout her life she was always an active tomboy, spending her birthdays camping or at the park. She loves playing basketball, and was even in the Watsonville Pajaronian Newspaper multiple times for her athletic accomplishments during high school. She also spent a lot of time in her younger years taking care of her mother, who was unfortunately terminally ill. Her mother, along with the rest of her family, is full of love, through which she received a lot of positive support from them when she decided to come out when she was in high school. Angelique met the love of her life, Rebeca, when Rebeca decided to slide into her DMs’ one day. The two have been inseparable ever since, going on five years now. Angelique is a strong willed and confident individual, who encourages others to love themselves and embrace who they truly are.

Interview Date



Alyssa Gardella







Digital Collection

Oral History and Community Memory Archive


Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay


These oral histories express the personal views, memories, and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy or views of California State University, Monterey Bay.

Interview with Angelique Guerrero



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