Listening to the pained but determined voices of those who attended schools in oxnard generations before me has brought new depth and dimension to my understandings of race residence and the elusiveness of educational equality these are the insights i share in this book. In strategies of segregation david garca presents the story of deliberate school segregation from the 1920s through 1974 in oxnard california a coastal agricultural city north of los angeles county the book relies heavily upon an analysis of the local newspaper school board minutes and real estate and legal records. Strategies of segregation unearths the ideological and structural architecture of enduring racial inequality within and beyond schools in oxnard californiain this meticulously researched narrative spanning 1903 to 1974 david g garca excavates an extensive array of archival sources to expose a separate and unequal school system and its purposeful links with racially restrictive housing . Strategies of segregation is a provocative and engaging book that will broaden our understanding of the history of mexican american education this book is a must read for historians and education policymakers rubn donato author of mexicans and hispanos in colorado schools and communities 1920 1960 strategies of segregation is a welcome addition to emerging studies on race . Strategies of segregation paperback race residence and the struggle for educational equality american crossroads 47 by david g garca university of california press 9780520296879 296pp
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