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Mendez (birth name: Felicita Gómez) was born in the town of Juncos in Puerto Rico. The Gomez family moved from Puerto Rico to the mainland of the U.S. There they faced, and were subject to, the discrimination which was rampant throughout the United States. Felicitas and her siblings were racialized as "black."
Felicita Mendez fought against discrimination in the California public education ... Gonzalo Mendez went to school in Westminster school district as a child.
5 days ago · ... child to desegregate the all-white William Frantz Elementary School in Louisiana in 1960. However, decades previously, Felicitas Mendez,?...
Feb 4, 2015 · Felicitas Mendez would have none of it. ... American citizens may be traced back to her formation as the child of Puerto Rican migrants who did?...
Apr 17, 2016 · As a child, Sylvia Mendez thought her parents' court case was all ... But it wasn't a playground that Mendez's parents, Gonzalo and Felicitas,?...
Aug 26, 2015 · GONZALO AND FELICITAS MENDEZ were like so many other Mexican American families living in California in the 1940's. Gonzalo and?...
6 days ago · In life, Felicitas Mendez, born in 1916 as Felicita Gómez Martínez, was ... Despite being born in Puerto Rico, as a child she and her family were?...
Thurgood Marshall represented Sylvia Mendez and Linda Brown. ... was a child when she was turned away from a California public school for "whites only. ... new East Los Angeles high school, Felicitas and Gonzalo Mendez Learning Center.
Mendez and four other Mexican-American fathers filed a lawsuit in the federal court of Los Angeles against four Orange County school districts on behalf of nearly?...
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