If you like reading the articles in the Journal of Arizona History, but have found yourself wanting to know more, here’s your chance! Join Arizona Historical Society Museum Curator Dr. Lora M. Key for a virtual talk and discussion on Wednesday, April 22 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Read the article The Right to Represent: Mexican Americans and the World War II Draft Board in Tucson, Arizona for via Project MUSE or pp. 159 – 182 in the Summer 2019 Issue. Dr. Key will give a short presentation about her research, and then open the program to discussion and questions. Dr. Key’s article explores the early civil rights activism of middle-class Mexican Americans who pushed for representation on the local Tucson draft board during World War II.
Read the article and RSVP. Zoom information will be shared with attendees prior to the event. Spots are limited – RSVP today!