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Library's copy includes a second DVD with closed captioning by NCOD.
Director of photography, Russ Carpenter.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1985.
This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives.
Bill Brinsfield, Navarre Perry, Ann Richardson, Gail West, Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Leon Singer, Luisa Vargas, Doug Jacobs.
Narrator, Harold Cannon.
Focusing on one of the earliest school desegregation cases, uses dramatizations, archival footage, and recollections of witnesses to examine the response of the Mexican-American community in Lemon Grove, Calif., to a 1930 school board attempt to create a segregated Mexican school in the district.
Commentary on one of the earliest school desegregation cases in U.S. history.
DVD generously provided by Campus Quality Fee.
Soundtrack in English and Spanish, with English subtitles.