Latino Americans: Hector P. García

Héctor P. García was an especially effective and significant advocate for civil rights in the United States. His grassroots efforts began with fighting for the

What’s In a Name?

Structured as game questions, this activity challenges students to identify cities, states and geographical features whose names tell the story of the Indigenous, Spanish and

Extranjeros and Expansion

In this lesson plan drawing on material from Latino Americans, students learn about how regions, such as Texas, New Mexico and California, had established Mexican

Stories of Arrival

Latinos have come to be part of the United States through many different avenues: immigrants seeking a better life, refugees driven by war, and those

Latinos at the Ballot Box

This lesson drawing on content from Latino Americans examines the evolution of Latino electoral participation with specific reference to the growth of voter participation in

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