The Kids Who Got 'The Mexican Repatriation' of the 1930s Into California Textbooks One day in an elementary class in Bell Gardens in Los Angeles County, a group of students learned a piece of history that wasn't in their textbooks that motivated them try to change state law.

The Kids Who Got 'The Mexican Repatriation' of the 1930s Into California Textbooks

The Kids Who Got 'The Mexican Repatriation' of the 1930s Into California Textbooks

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One day in an elementary class in Bell Gardens in Los Angeles County, a group of students learned a piece of history that wasn't in their textbooks that motivated them try to change state law.