'No Mexicans Allowed': School Segregation In The Southwest African-Americans weren't the only group of people segregated in U.S. history. We hear from a Mexican-American who was prohibited from attending white schools in the Southwest.
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'No Mexicans Allowed': School Segregation In The Southwest

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'No Mexicans Allowed': School Segregation In The Southwest

'No Mexicans Allowed': School Segregation In The Southwest

'No Mexicans Allowed': School Segregation In The Southwest

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African-Americans weren't the only group of people segregated in U.S. history. We hear from a Mexican-American who was prohibited from attending white schools in the Southwest.