Stolen Education
The Legacy of Hispanic Racism in Schools

Stolen Education - The Legacy of Hispanic Racism in Schools
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Jessica

We enjoyed the film. It was almost as if we were in a real movie theater watching this film. There were many times my students reflected on the social injustices of the students in Texas. This is a must see film for all students!!!!

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Richard

I have seen this video twice and could watch it, even show it to my students 1000 more times. Yes, it has its slower parts, but, those are the times in the documentary when the viewer has the opportunity to think and reflect on what these children experienced. It's not something to be rushed ...Read more

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Ariel

My own grandmother was unfortunately one of the South Texas Mexican American students who was not even allowed to finish school and forced to work in the cotton fields as a child. This breaks my heart that she and many other faced similar fates, and that their story is still very much so ...Read more

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Jessie

The content of this film is terrific, but the pacing is s-o s-l-o-w it is difficult to watch.

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Anonymous

A topic that is often not discussed or believed that "it couldn't have been that bad". Sadly, the interviewing of both Mexican-Americans and Anglos made it more plausible. My mother saw much of this and it was after the court case, so it didn't go away; it was just hidden better. Like many ...Read more

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