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Beyond Brown: Mexican Struggles for Equality Before and After Brown V. Board

Date and Time: August 26, 2022, 9:00 AM CT

Location: Shepherd's Center Topeka, 4101 SW 15th St, Topeka
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The momentous 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case dismantled racial segregation in public schools. Yet, the segregation experienced by Mexican and Mexican American students is often overlooked. This presentation looks at the ways the Latino communities banded together to fight discrimination and demand equal protection under the law, focusing special attention on Kansas examples. Presented by Valerie Mendoza.

This presentation is part of "21st Century Civics," a collection of resources that invite Kansans to participate in community discussions and learn more about the history of American democracy and the shared responsibilities of citizenship. "21st Century Civics" is made possible with support from "A More Perfect Union: America at 250," an initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Sponsored by: Shepherd's Center Topeka

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For more information about this event, please contact:
Karen Willard
(785) 554-2781
http://shepherdscentertopeka.org

 

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