by Michael Hogan
Few remember the pivotal role played by a small social club in New York City during the Civil War and beyond.
Jim Crow-style discrimination against Mexican-Americans routinely occurred in Texas, some of it even into the 1960s.
SOURCE: Ruidoso News
Orozco is the author of "No Mexicans, Women or Dogs, the Rise of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement," a history of the origins of LULAC.
SOURCE: Houston Chronicle
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