Ethnic Studies Under Fire: The Role of Publishers, Librarians, Teachers, and Activists
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Speaker: Carmen Tafolla
Speaker: Oralia Garza de Cortes
Speaker: Tony Diaz
The removal of educational materials in connection with the elimination of Mexican American Studies classes in the Tucson (AZ) Unified School District sparked a national outcry and resolutions in opposition from the American Library Association, REFORMA, the American Indian Library Association, and others. At this panel, hear from represntatives from the publishing, library, teaching, and activist communities as they discuss the genesis and implications of this controversial decision. This program is sponsored by IFC/AAP/REFORMA.
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