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New Mexico Gov. Jerry Apodaca with civil rights leader Reies Lopez Tijerina at the New Mexico State Capital building in Santa Fe. The New Mexico State Public Education Department building is named after Governor Apodaca. Photographic Collection (#000-654-

New Mexico Gov. Jerry Apodaca with civil rights leader Reies Lopez Tijerina at the New Mexico State Capital building in Santa Fe. The New Mexico State Public Education Department building is named after Governor Apodaca. Photographic Collection (#000-654-

Civil Rights and Justice-The Force of Reies Lopez Tijerina

Wed, Jul 5, 2023, 3:55pm | By Ray John de Aragon

The decade of the 1960s was marked by racial and social unrest, the Vietnam War, protests, tension, and cultural chaos. Heroic national social justice and civil rights leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther...

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