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The Racist Roots of the War on Sex Ed

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The Clash of Population and Prejudice in Madrigal v. Quilligan

Mural (element) in Boyle Heights, East L.A. Photograph: Mictlan Murals In August 1973, Guadalupe Acosta was admitted to the county hospital in East Los Angeles...