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Mexican Americans were allowed to vote, unlike African Americans who didn't have the power to vote. Both have some things in common things they had discrimination and were separated in schools.
Compare and Contrast the fight for Civil rights for Mexicans and African Americans

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  1. You've written about conditions and results. The question is asking about the "fight for civil rights."

    What did people DO to gain civil rights -- for themselves or for others? Who was involved? For whose civil rights were they fighting? What did they actually do?

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