A Leader in the Fight Against School Segregation

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Recently, the Méndez v. Westminster case has begun receiving some of the attention it deserves. A Santa Ana school has been named after the Méndez parents, a television documentary has aired, and a commemorative postage stamp has been issued. And now, there is a book: Philippa Strum’s “Mendez v. Westminster: School Desegregation and Mexican-American Rights.” Méndez was a case ahead of its time and is well-deserving of a book-length treatment. But as even Strum observes, the case wasn’t completely unprecedented.

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