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'You Are Both': A Chicano Arts Historian Celebrates His Mexican American Heritage

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Subject Digital Literacy and Citizenship — Technology Research Tools, English Language Arts — Speaking and Listening, Social Studies — Current Events, US History
Grade Level Grades 9-12
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Tomás Ybarra-Frausto grew up in the 1940s, just outside of San Antonio, Texas, on a ranch that belonged to his grandfather. He was raised in a bilingual family, but when Tomás started elementary school, he was told that he and his classmates could only speak English — not Spanish.

At StoryCorps, Tomás told his longtime friend Antonia how the land he grew up on, coupled with his family’s emphasis on language and culture, helped him appreciate his Mexican American heritage

After spending more than two decades in New York, working as a Chicano arts historian, Tomás returned to his roots and settled back in San Antonio, Texas.

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Lessons of Land, Language, & Culture | Story of the Week
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