ToshaCollins-Unit4

ToshaCollins-Unit4 - against Mexican people, not blacks....

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Historical Lemon Grove, CA This is Lemon Grove, CA back in the early 1900’s. Then, it was a city that was known for its citrus groves and agriculture.
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Historical Lemon Grove, CA Here is the historical lemon landmark today. It sits in the middle of the city of lemon grove to remind everyone of the great things it had to offer back in the day.
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Historical Lemon Grove, CA These are the citrus groves that made Lemon Grove, CA what it is today.
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Historical Lemon Grove, CA What makes Lemon Grove similar to the 1960 civil rights movement is the Lemon Grove Incident back in the 1930’s. Roberto Alvarez vs the Board of trustees of the Lemon Grove School District was the first successful school desegregation court decision in the history of the United States. The only thing different, was that it was
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Unformatted text preview: against Mexican people, not blacks. Racism is racism, no matter what the race may be. Here is the class that Mr. Alvarez fought for. He is the only adult in the picture. Historical Lemon Grove, CA Lemon Grove today. There is a railroad up the street that was built back in the 50s, however, these tracks are trolley tracks for public transportation. This is the Atherton Chapel. This church was built in 1897. It was named after Rev. Isaac Atherton. He was the first minister in the town and paid $100 towards the $900 cost to build the church. This is the Atherton Chapel today. It is now known as the Parsonage Museum in Lemon Grove. The actual bricks from the remains of the chapel line a walkway known as angels walk....
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