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Banned ethnic studies books take refuge in a Phoenix underground library

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By Alexis Ariana Hermosillo

Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012
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After ethnic studies classes and books were banned in Tucson in 2010, Puente Arizona, a migrant and human rights group, created an underground library in Phoenix featuring many of the controversial books, which anyone can now check out. Cronkite News reporter Alexis Ariana Hermosillo has more on the story.

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