Braceros, Mexicans, Americans, and Schools: (Re) imagining Teaching and Learning in Mexican America
This article examines the stories of Braceros, Mexican contract workers who participated in an international labor agreement between the United States and México between 1942 and 1964. The stories Braceros tell challenge some conventional historiographical notions that they were powerless agents and victims of exploitative labor practices. The stories shed new light regarding the kinds of agency and power Braceros actually displayed in negotiating certain circumstances specific to their work.
Guajardo, Francisco, et al. “Braceros, Mexicans, Americans, and Schools: (Re) Imagining Teaching and Learning in Mexican America.” Rio Bravo: A Journal of the Borderlands, vol. 23, no. 1, 2014, pp. 9–41.
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