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those with Mexican decent were removed from the panel. Even though approximately 15 percentof the county’s population at that time were of Latino decent, yet still nobody with a Latinodecent serve on the jury in the past 30 years. They said there a break in the fourteenthamendment because of all white jury selection panel. The jury found him guilty and wassentence to life but was bold enough to appeal the case.13Luckily the chief justice at that timeEarl Warren ruled in partiality of Hernandez and arranged his conviction to be fair and right toequal right in judicial manner.14. Hispanic civil right movement started gaining victories andstarted spreading over other places.15The Voting Right Act was put into law in 1965. This right was a huge victory as MexicanAmericans were able to participate in voting activities. A little setback for the Hispanic was, they12J. Delloro. “Educate to organize’: Reflections on Building the Dolores Huerta Labor institute.” (DukeUniversity Press,2008), 19-2113“Background- Mendez V. Westminster Re-Enactment,” (United States Courts Government, 2018),Para3-6.14Martin, Jay. "The saga of Hernandez v. Texas."Texas Books In Reviewno. 2-3 (2007): 4.LiteratureResource Center, EBSCOhost(accessed August 19, 2018).15Carl Allsup, “Hernandez V. State of Texas” (The American G.I. Forum, 1982), Para. 1-2
8were only presented with English only ballot to cast their vote, as this also viewed as unfair tothe non-English speakers. The extension was able to put an end to the discrimination againstlanguage minority ten years later. This was a huge step as Latinos were able to get voting itemsin Spanish. The first Latino voter registration organization was created formed in 1974. It wasestablished by William Velasquez. they journey through several states in the aim of consolidatingleadership with other minorities in respect to training, education and the likes. They were simplyaiming to protect and guide future political leaders. They concentrated on “get out the votecampaigns” and launch voters registration crusades in other to influence more Latinos to partakein voting activities. The organization was smart to know the effect the Latino vote will creates ifthey were given the chance to vote. Their hard work and sensitization were believed to beinfluential as we have more than 3 million registered voters currently.The Equal Education Opportunity Act was passed in 1974. This law permits education inschools. Students were still having issues with language barrier even though the school systemwas set to provide quality education to each student. This issue led to the creation of the Englishas Second Language program (ESL) and the English Language Learners program (ELL). Mainlyfor students that are struggling to speak English. The Hispanic kids were look low upon becausethey did not speak fluent English or clearly read in English. Teachers were not paying muchattention to these kinds and help them to succeed. Most these kids demonstrated the ability to

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The American, Mexican American, Brown v Board of Education, Hispanic and Latino Americans, Chicano, United Farm Workers, C sar Ch vez

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