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Prepared with research collected in Mexicos national archives, a list of U. violations of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, and armed with the U. Confidently concluding that both the evidence and laws were on their side, the long land-claims pilgrimage appeared to be ending.Faithfully, the families relied on their charismatic leader, Reies Lopez Tijerina, to get it done! Schmal Dorinda Moreno Natalie O'Neill Joe Parr David Parra Thenesoya Vidina Martin De la Nuez Elsa Mendez Pea Antonio de Mendoza Casas Dorinda Moreno Maria Angeles O'Donnell Olson Daniel A. Palmern Cordero Joe Parr With sincerest gratitude for the wonderful diversity of articles, information, links, and personal sentiments contributed by readers. We must learn from our mistakes so we can do better, so we can be better, so we are better. D Dorinda Moreno Rafael Ojeda ngel Custodio Rebollo Tony Santiago John P. All of us can't forget the past as we need to embrace the good and bad of our common history.Also recommend the books (l) Trespassers on our own Land by Mike Scarborough. Nava, Master Teacher, Historian, university professor published this book which contains three manuals for writing one's family history: Student, Parent, and Teacher Guides. Introduction: It's never too early to start learning about one's heritage.Using a detailed interview approach, it contains the first-person account of Juan Valdez, a key member of the historic Rio Arriba Courthouse Raid; and (2) New Mexicos Stormy History, by Elmer Eugene Maestas, an excellent account of one of New Mexicos Spanish colonial (land grant) pioneer settler families. I have tried for years to get him to come to Orange County. " He couldn't believe my response, "I just asked." I know it was Dr. It can be used by classes from upper elementary school through college - as well as by parents and children to better understand their heritage.In truth, civil, voting, education, fair employment, and equal housing legislation was passed, simply because Reies Lpez Tijerina and fellow activists urged elected officials into writing and enacting those laws.
Their intention was to confront the district attorney with a citizens arrest for ignoring the will of the people. Albeit at a great price, he brought world-wide attention to the U. After his release, he became a nationally-acclaimed human rights advocate.
Hispanic Population is Changing by Antonio Flores Dr. Garcia Day in Texas by Wanda Garcia National Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 Theme: "Shaping the Bright Future of America" by Juana Bordas An idea to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by Margarito J. Spanish character will supply some of the most needed parts. Spanish-surnamed groups that came later as immigrants.) Interestingly enough, this past June, my wife and I went to Santa Fe, New Mexico and while there attended a presentation on the 50th Anniversary of 1967s Rio Arriba Courthouse Raid, Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico. Unable to find affordable land in Texas, he moved his group to Arizona.
No stock shows a grander historic retrospect --- grander in religiousness and loyalty, or for patriotism, courage, decorum, gravity and honor.... Reies Lpez Tijerina, the raids leader, is a rarely-mentioned public figure whose endless energies fighting injustice are embedded in southwest social history. A gifted speaker, he was persuaded to leave the pulpit and become a social justice activist representing the large marginalized population he fondly called el pueblo.
Mimi Lozano, Editor Mercy Bautista Olvera Roberto Calderon, Ph, D. Through the regional perspectives shared in personal histories and those activities taking place all over the world with a heritage connection to Spain, have helped spread the concept, of our global-connected humanity. Lori Ling San Francisco Bay Area [email protected] statement of our history and our Judeo-Christian belief are right on, God Bless America and also you for your wonderful work. We are watching the fabric of our nation unwind right in front of us.
Receiving information from all over the country (and world) has greatly expanded our historic understanding, for me personally, and for Somos Primos readers. We should remember, forgive, learn and grow into role models for our children and children's children. Own our history as it is the only one we will ever have. May God bless America, "We the People" (all of us) and all our imperfections.
S.: Unless First Americans receive justice first, no other minority group will be so blessed.