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The Fight for Latino Civil Rights

Series: Our Shared History

By Bárbara C. Cruz

The fight for civil rights is stronger today than ever before, particularly for the largest minority population in the United States—Latinos. Learn about Latino history in the United States, from the missionary Father Junípero Serra to the activist César Chávez to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and the continuing struggle for equality and justice.

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