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"Part III: The Reform" discusses segregation of and other types of discrimination against Mexican-Americans in the 1930s and 1940s; Mexican-American service in the Armed Forces during World War II, where they became the most decorated ethnic group; returning veterans' formation

"Part III: The Reform" discusses segregation of and other types of discrimination against Mexican-Americans in the 1930s and 1940s; Mexican-American service in the Armed Forces during World War II, where they became the most decorated ethnic group; returning veterans' formation of unions and other organizations designed to fight discrimination, segregation, and other racially motivated injustices; work to desegregate unions and the Mine-Mill Union's work to end discrimination against Mexican-American miners; the bracero program and labor organization in the agricultural industry; and desegregation of schools and such other public facilities as swimming pools, dance halls, and theatres.

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    • Part III: The Reform (1940s-1950s)
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    1985
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      F 820 M5 A77x 1985
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    • Copyright, Chicano Media Productions, 1985. Presented by permission of Dr. Christine Marin. A higher resolution version is available.

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    Chávez, Gus, dir. Arizona history, a Chicano perspective. 1985; Tucson, AZ: Chicano Media Productions, 1985. VHS.

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