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Mexican Americans - An Historic Profile

El Paso Public Library Border Heritage Center

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    Produced by the Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'Rith and presented in the form of a lecture by labor activist Maclovio Barraza, this film traces the history of Mexican Americans and their culture, beginning with the encounter between the Aztecs and Cortez. The film focuses on the separation of Mexican-Americans from mainstream society, and how it is manifested in working conditions and social struggles of La Raza.