by Frank P. Barajas
The new name of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, whatever it will be, should have a recognizable footnote so people can learn not only about the totality of Oxnard’s history but also its relationship with larger national currents.
by Michael Hogan
Few remember the pivotal role played by a small social club in New York City during the Civil War and beyond.
Jim Crow-style discrimination against Mexican-Americans routinely occurred in Texas, some of it even into the 1960s.
SOURCE: Ruidoso News
Orozco is the author of "No Mexicans, Women or Dogs, the Rise of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement," a history of the origins of LULAC.
SOURCE: Houston Chronicle
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