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Clasificación LC   F395.M5
M375 2018
Acervo   Todos los ejemplares
ISBN   Link9780674244825 (paperback)
Autor   LinkMuñoz Martinez, Monica, 1984-
Título   LinkThe injustice never leaves you : anti-Mexican violence in Texas / Monica Muñoz Martinez.
Pie de Imprenta   Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England : Harvard University Press, ©2018.
Descr. Física   387 pages :  illustrations, maps, photographies ;  25 cm.
Bibliografía   Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contenido   Divine retribution -- From silence -- Denial of justice -- Cultures of violence -- Idols -- Reckoning.
Resumen   The Injustice Never Leaves You documents a little known period of state violence in the early twentieth century that targeted ethnic Mexican residents in the Texas-Mexico borderlands. This book takes on the task of explaining why violence occurred, what it meant at the time, and what it means today. It examines a policing regime that killed with impunity between 1910 and 1920. Politicians, historians, the media, and historical commissions of the early twentieth century inscribed a celebratory version of events in newspapers, books, lesson plans, museums, and monuments as a practice of nation building. They disavowed the loss and trauma experienced by residents. The architects of official history and memory, however, did not account for the witnesses and survivors of violence who would pass their own memories from one generation to another. They underestimated residents who would stake a claim in the border region, residents who would share their story with the next generation, residents who would leave records that documented the terror that shaped daily life. More than an act of recovery, this book gives insight into people who lived in a world shaped by violence but who refused to be consumed by it.-- Provided by publisher
Tema   LinkMexicans -- Violence against -- Texas -- History -- 20th century
  LinkMexicans -- Civil rights -- Texas -- History -- 20th century
  LinkMexican-American Border Region -- History -- 20th century
  LinkState-sponsored terrorism -- Texas -- History -- 20th century
  LinkJustice -- History -- 20th century
Ubicación   F395.M5 M375 2018Library Info
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