Braceros

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From 1942 to 1964, the Bracero Program allowed millions of Mexican citizens to enter the United States temporarily to work on farms, railroads, and in factories.

Description

From 1942 to 1964, the Bracero Program allowed millions of Mexican citizens to enter the United States temporarily to work on farms, railroads, and in factories. We will explore their stories, legacies, and the hardships they endured to support themselves and their families.

Program Targeted to: 4th – 12th Grade

Program Duration: 40, 60 minutes

 

 

Additional information

Age Group

6th – 8th Grade, 9th – 12th Grade

Topic

History

Subject

Social Studies

Presenter

National Hispanic Cultural Center