Grace Flores-Hughes: A Tale of Survival

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In the 1950s, Taft, Texas, was a segregated cotton town with a sizeable Mexican-American population, all of whom lived on the South Side of the railroad tracks. It was in a part of the state had a history of Anglo-on-Mexican violence, including police brutality and lynchings. Ramona Martinez spoke to one woman was born and raised in Taft, a place where success and upward mobility were not often seen.


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