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1.   Story of Latino Civil Rights: Fighting for Justice
Jose E. Limon (Author), Miranda Hunter (Author)
Today, there are millions of Hispanics in the country, spread across every state of the nation. They are the fastest growing minority in the United States-but the fact that they are spread out tends to weaken their influence in any single region. Hispanics must unite to make their case known. This book explains both the history and the current reality of the Latino civil rights movement.
[Grade Level: 4 & Up]
 
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