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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Latoya Peterson tagged youthmovement

"President of the school board, Dr. Mark Stegeman wrote a resolution that would dismantle the ethnic studies program by turning only the Mexican American studies courses into elective courses. These courses would no longer be used as core-credit, which are necessary for graduation. The move is a back-door approach to gutting the program, because electives are the first to be subject to budget cuts."

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"It is too simple to look at the protests at the Universidad de Puerto Rico (UPR) and say the student/youth led movement on the island is just about $800. As the American Civil Liberties Union reports, Since the pro-statehood Governor of Puerto Rico Luis Fortuño came into power two years ago, free speech has been under all out assault.

"The report, which calls the situation on the U.S. a colony, a 'human rights crisis' makes special note of how women have been especially targeted by police for physical and sexual assault."

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"Today, it is inspiring to see the number of strong Native American youth eager to learn more of our ancient traditions and cultures from the elders, who are more than happy to share with those who respect them. The youth renaissance is rooted, I think, in the elders’ tenacity, 1970s activism and a backlash against the mass media’s depiction of Native Americans."

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