Monica Muñoz Martinez on the Border, Violence, and UvaldeHistorians in the News
tags: mass shootings, violence, Texas, Mexican American history, border, Latino/a history
Michelle Garcia, journalist, essayist, Soros Equality Fellow and Dobie Paisano writer-in-residence, and Monica Muñoz Martinez, associate professor of history at the University of Texas-Austin, talk about the border security apparatus at Uvalde, and the history of violence and discrimination at the South Texas and Mexican border.
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