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Mendez v. Westminster Court case
Mendez, et al v. Westminister [sic] School District of Orange County, et al, 64 F.Supp. 544, aff'd, 161 F.2d 774, was a 1947 federal court case that challenged Mexican remedial schools in Orange County, California. Wikipedia
Date decided : 1947
Citation(s) : 161 F.2d 774 (9th Cir. 1947)
Argued : February 18, 1946
Prior action(s) : 64 F.Supp. 544 (C.D. Cal. 1946)
Decided : April 14, 1947
Mendez, et al v. Westminister [sic] School District of Orange County, et al, 64 F.?Supp. 544 (S.D. Cal. 1946), aff'd, 161 F.2d 774 (9th Cir. 1947) (en banc), was a?... Background · Aftermath · Legacy · Sources
Case Summary. Gonzalo Mendez was born in Mexico in 1913. Mendez, his mother, and her other four children moved to Westminster, California, in 1919. In 1943,?...
Mendez v. · In 1947, parents won a federal lawsuit against several California school districts that had segregated Mexican-American schoolchildren. · Racial School?...
Mar 25, 2010 · From a legal perspective, Mendez v. Westminster was the first case to hold that school segregation itself is unconstitutional and violates the 14th?...
Oct 18, 2019 · The landmark ruling in Mendez v. Westminster, in 1946, prohibited segregation in California's public schools. The Mendez family joined with?...
Mendez v. Westminister was a federal court case that fought for the desegregation of Mexicans. Gonzalo Mendez went to enroll his three children to the?...
April 14, 1947: Mendez v. Westminster Court Ruling. Time Periods: Cold War: 1945 - 1960. Themes: Education, Latinx. Share.
Apr 17, 2016 · Sylvia Mendez at her home in Fullerton. Mendez's father, Gonzalo, was at the center of Mendez vs. Westminster, which desegregated California?...
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