Mexican American studies ban back in court

A judge plans to rule soon on a challenge to an Arizona law that ended the Mexican American Studies program in Tucson’s largest school district. Rene Martinez, one of the teacher plaintiffs in the original lawsuit, talks about the background of the case.

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Rene Martinez: Plaintiff in First Mexican-American Studies Ban Trial

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