Sylvia Mendez: Education Equality Activist

Series Barrier-Breaker Bios By J. M. Klein

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Publisher Cavendish Square Imprint Cavendish Square ISBN


Sylvia Mendez: Education Equality Activist

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When she was only eight years old, Sylvia Mendez was part of a legal battle that ended segregation for Hispanic students in California. Seven years later, that barrier-breaking court case set a precedent for ending segregation across the country for students of all races and backgrounds. With this biography, readers will learn how Sylvia Mendez's parents fought for Hispanic students in California, how Mendez herself persevered through court cases and harassment at her new school, and how she is fighting for student today.
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Series Nonfiction: Social Studies K-2 (Grades K-2)

Series Nonfiction Social Studies Grades K-2

Series Nonfiction: Social Studies K-2 (Grades K-2)

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