Spanish speaking students trigger civil rights showdown in Texas
Tony Castro, a contributor for Voxxi, writes: "When I was a kid in Texas you were forbidden to speak Spanish in school, and perhaps the teachers and administrators who would punish you, if you did, should have been called Amy Lacey. That was the 1950s, before the civil rights legislation of the 1960s that began opening diversity in the country, and it seemed like there was an Amy Lacey in each classroom and in each principal's office in Texas and throughout the Southwest."
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