Jorge Iber at Sport in American History has post about Evarardo Carlos Lerma. Lerma was born in the United States to Mexican immigrants and was raised by his siblings. Lerma used his athletic prowess in football and brains to graduate from both high school and college. He eventually became a teacher, coach and administrator for public schools in Texas. Iber's posts describes how Lerma used football as way to fight discrimination and create opportunities for himself back in 1930s-1940s Texas.
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Head: living capital. A man or beast with its head is alive, which means it can increase; without it is dead and must be disposed of or consumed, and no longer has creative or sustaining energy (not, at least, until its body, or spirit, are absorbed by the body of another). 55 more words
The text of this post is an exerpt from the book “Inventing the modern world, technology since 1750″ by Robert Bud, Simon Niziol, Timothy Boon and Andrew Nahum, 2000. 318 more words
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