San Antonio, Texas, in the 1930s was a bustling city with a vibrant Spanish-speaking community. But as the Great Depression swept the nation, the city’s underlying economic and racial inequalities became more pronounced. Then one determined young woman stepped in and helped to set things right.
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- Afong Moy
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