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Texas Rangers mounted on horses in 1915.

Texas Rangers mounted on horses in 1915.

Robert Runyon/Courtesy of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Blood And Betrayal In The Southwest

Latino USA looks into the long and little-told history of segregation, discrimination, and state-sanctioned violence towards Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the Southwest.

Juan Cortina: The Texas Renegade You've Never Heard Of

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The Dark Side of the Texas Rangers

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The History of Anti-Mexican Violence And Lynching

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'No Mexicans Allowed': School Segregation In The Southwest

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This Land Is My Land: The Story Of Reies López Tijerina

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