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Apr 17, 2016 · A portrait of Felicitas and Gonzalo Mendez, who brought the court case Mendez vs. Westminster that desegregated California schools.
They argued that separate schools violated the Fourteenth Amendment. Photograph of Felicitas and Gonzalo Mendez. Felícitas and Gonzalo Méndez. (?Courtesy of?...
Gonzalo Mendez turned over managing the farm to his wife, Felicita. This allowed him time to organize Mexican-American parents to challenge the segregation?...
Felícita Méndez, born in Puerto Rico, and her husband,. Gonzalo ... Pulso de la Ciudad: Felicitas Méndez, una mujer que hizo historia. Excelsior del Condado?...
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?...
200 (108th): Recognizing Gonzalo and Felicitas Mendez for ending segregation in schools in Orange County, California, and for setting the precedent for the?...
The Mendez Historic Freedom Trail and Monument ... civil rights movement, all Americans are indebted to the actions of Gonzalo and Felicitas Mendez, and four??...
In September 1943, Gonzalo Jr., Sylvia and Jerome Mendez went with their aunt, Soledad Vidaurri, and three cousins to enroll at the local elementary school,…
Felicitas Mendez. Sponsored By. Google Celebrates Start Of Hispanic Heritage Month With Doodle Of OC Civil Rights Icon Felicitas MendezThe illustrator said?...
Felicitas Gómez Martínez de Mendez (February 5, 1916 – April 12, 1998) was a Puerto Rican...
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