• What MLK Jr. might have had to say about the banning of the Mexican American studies program in Arizona
    posted by James Garcia at 21 February, 6:36 PM  0 
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    “History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.”

    Join free-thinking Americans on Feb. 29 in a national read-in in support of the children of the Tucson Unified School District and against the outlawing of ideas.

    See AZethnicstudies.com for more information.



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    Bio: James E. Garcia is a playwright, journalist, university lecturer, and Phoenix-based media communications consultant. As a journalist, he has been a reporter, columnist, magazine and newspaper editor, foreign correspondent, and television, radio and online commentator. He is the owner of Creative Vistas Media, co-founder of The Real Arizona Coalition (therealarizona.org), immediate past chair of the Arizona Latino Research Enterprise, and the author of more than 20 plays.


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