Thursday, December 28, 2017
The Latest News on our Continuing Coverage: A “Final Blow” to the Law that Banned the Arizona Ethnic Studies Curriculum
For several years, we have been covering the ban of the Mexican American curriculum in Tucson, Arizona both on our blog and in our journal. In addition to four articles, readers can also view our videos of interviews with authors as well as our public forums. For our most recent analysis of this continuing court decision, see the post below by authors Leslie Locke andAnn Blankenship who provided our readers with an in-depth analysis of the decision.
Today, we have learned the U.S. District Court judge has now permanently blocked the Arizona ethnic studies ban that he had found to be racially motivated and a violation of students’ First and Fourteenth Amendment Rights.
Read the latest on this decision:
“Judge blocks Arizona ethnic studiesban he found was racist,” Washington Post, December 28, 2017