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    43 Years After L.A. Walkouts, Are Latino Students Better Off?

    Dec 09, 2011

    Stephanie Espinoza

    The school walkouts were a defining moment for the Chicano movement. At its height, 15,000 mostly Latino students from schools throughout L.A. left their classrooms to protest social discrimination and educational inequality. But how much has really changed for Latino students since those politically charged days in 1968? Maybe not as much as w...
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    43 Years After L.A. Walkouts, Are Latino Students Better Off?

    Dec 09, 2011

    Stephanie Espinoza

    The school walkouts were a defining moment for the Chicano movement. At its height, 15,000 mostly Latino students from schools throughout L.A. left their classrooms to protest social discrimination and educational inequality. But how much has really changed for Latino students since those politically charged days in 1968? Maybe not as much as w...
    Continue to South Kern Sol