In celebration of Banned Books Week
"At Tucson High School, ethnic studies programs have improved graduation rates among Latino students. But some state politicians think ethnic studies promote "racial solidarity" and anti-Americanism. When books are banned and the programs eliminated, teachers and students fight back in a modern civil rights struggle."--PBS.org.
Post-film discussion by Eric Juenke, Director, MSU Chicano Latino Studies Program and Associate Professor, Political Science; Maribel Santiago, Assistant Professor, Department of Teacher Education; and Jasmin Vargas, Doctoral Student, Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education.