Mexican Americans and Segregated Schooling
Ender pointed the way to South by Southwest: Mexican Americans and Segregated Schooling, 1900-195o, by Vicki L. Ruiz. The narrative that follows briefly delineates the institutional nature of segregation "for the cause of Americanization" as well as two significant legal challenges by Latino parents on behalf of their children.
"To this day I just love
going into libraries...there are two places that I can go in and get a
real warm, happy feeling; that is, the library and Bullock's in the
perfume and make-up department."