School dedicated for ‘forgotten’ Mexican-American scholar

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School dedicated for ‘forgotten’ Mexican-American scholar

Cynthia Kennedy, right, of Santa Fe talks to Albuquerque school board member Steven Michael Quezada at the George I. Sanchez Collaborative Community School during a dedication for the new school on Friday. Kennedy is the granddaughter of Sanchez, a noted Mexican-American scholar and civil-rights leader who had been virtually unknown in his hometown of Albuquerque until recently.
A new sign sits in front of the George I. Sanchez Collaborative Community during a dedication for the new school in Albuquerque on Friday. Sanchez was a noted Mexican-American scholar and civil-rights leader who had been virtually unknown in his hometown of Albuquerque until recently.

School dedicated for ‘forgotten’ Mexican-American scholar

Cynthia Kennedy, right, of Santa Fe talks to Albuquerque school board member Steven Michael Quezada at the George I. Sanchez Collaborative Community School during a dedication for the new school on Friday. Kennedy is the granddaughter of Sanchez, a noted Mexican-American scholar and civil-rights leader who had been virtually unknown in his hometown of Albuquerque until recently.
A new sign sits in front of the George I. Sanchez Collaborative Community during a dedication for the new school in Albuquerque on Friday. Sanchez was a noted Mexican-American scholar and civil-rights leader who had been virtually unknown in his hometown of Albuquerque until recently.
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