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Mexican Witness - October 9, 2013

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Published on Oct 25, 2013

Between 1942 and 1964, as many as 300,000 Mexican laborers—called braceros—were employed as farmhands or railroad workers in the United States. The Bracero Program eventually became the largest guest worker program in U.S. history. Veterans and family of the Bracero Program now living in the Kansas City area discussed their experiences in this panel conversation moderated by Christopher Leitch.

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