Separate is Never Equal
<div>Duncan Tonatiuh website</div> www.duncantonatiuh.com Duncan Tonatiuh- Images And Stories, Imágenes e Historias
<div>2:08 minute Book Trailer</div> www.youtube.com Texas Bluebonnet Award nominee book Separate Is Never Equal: Sylvia Mendez and Her Family's Fight for Desegregation by Duncan Tonatiuh.
<div>2:57 minute Wilson Center Interview-- Mendez v. Westminster: School Desegregation and Mexican-American Rights</div><div>Everyone's familiar with the landmark Supreme Court case, Brown v. Board of Education, and its iconic place in the annals of American civil rights and jurisprudence history. But another case that addressed segregated education set the stage for what was to follow with Brown, and thanks to Philippa Sturm's newest book, the case, Mendez v. Westminster, is finally given its due. No history of the civil rights movement is complete without the inclusion of Mendez and the pivotal role it played in the struggle for equality. In this episode, we revisit the legal issues and legacy of this underappreciated Ninth Circuit real life drama.</div> www.youtube.com Everyone's familiar with the landmark Supreme Court case, Brown v. Board of Education, and its iconic place in the annals of American civil rights and jurisp...
<div>2:20 minute video of Sylvia Mendez talking about her experience</div> www.youtube.com Sylvia Mendez was 9 when her father became a plaintiff in a lawsuit that forced the Westminster school district, in Orange County, Calif., to allow children ...
<div>2:20 minute video clip of Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient: Sylvia Mendez--Sylvia Mendez was 9 when her father became a plaintiff in a lawsuit that forced the Westminster school district, in Orange County, Calif., to allow children of Mexican descent to attend schools with white students.</div> www.youtube.com Sylvia Mendez is a civil rights activist of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, who is famous for the integral role she played in Mendez v. Westminster. As an ...
<div>Sylvia Mendez Information</div> sylviamendezinthemendezvswestminster.com Home
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<div>Reader's Theater Script</div> docs.google.com A Reader’s Theater Script brought to you by Bound to Stay Bound Books Separate Is Never Equal: Sylvia Mendez & Her Family’s Fight for Desegragation Written by Duncan Tonatiuh Script Adaptation by Aimée van Heyst, TBA Committee Member Readers: Narrator 1 Aunt Soledad Mr. Mendez Narrator 2 ...
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<div>Library of Congress site</div> www.loc.gov In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court legally ended racial segregation in public schools, overruling the “separate but equal” principle set forth in Plessy v. Ferguson. This guide provides access to digital materials, websites and print resources.
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<div>8:37 Video of Mendez vs. Westminister</div> www.pbslearningmedia.org In 1946, eight years before the landmark Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education, Mexican Americans in Orange County, California won a class action lawsuit to dismantle the segregated school system that existed there. In this video segment, Sylvia Mendez recalls the conditions that triggered the lawsuit and her parents' involvement in the case.

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