How an Ethnic Studies Class Took to the Streets and the Internet to Support Standing Rock

I was a community member and activist long before becoming a teacher at Santa Ana High School 17 years ago. The community where I serve and live is urban, inner city. It’s viewed as a place where crime is rampant. Eighty percent of the population speaks Spanish as their primary language. Nonetheless, I know this city—and school—as a place where students care deeply about each other and the community where they live.
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