Mexican-Americans who Attended Schools During the Era of Segregation: Case Studies from Southwest New Mexico
|Author: ||Lopez, Linda|
Dr. Linda Lopez looks in the history of the educational history of Mexican-American students in southwest New Mexico. She collects the stories of both students and teachers during the age of segregated schools.
"Dr. Lopez's work is a valuable contribution to the mosaic of oral histories of minority subcultures within the larger majority society comprising the United States. It adds to the oral history tradition of the Federal Writers' Project started as part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, Works Project Administration (WPA) during the great depression."
Professor Laurence Armand French,
Western New Mexico University
Table of Contents
Foreword by Laurence Armand French
Chapter 1: Study Description
Chapter 2: Context
Chapter 3: Accounts of Former Students who Attended Schools Practicing Segregation
Chapter 4: The Teachers
Chapter 5: Mexican-American Families and Southwestern New Mexico Schools During the Era of De Jure Segregation
Chapter 6: The Desegregation of Mexican-American Elementary Students in Grant County, New Mexico
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