Cynthia Orozco, Ph.D, professor of history and humanities at Eastern New Mexico University, will discuss how Order Sons of America led to the creation of the League of United Latin American Citizens, the nation’s oldest and largest Hispanic civil rights organization.
SOURCE: My San Antonio
"Referencing the infamous flag from the Battle of Gonzales, this is a slogan that embodies both anti-Mexican and pro-slavery sentiments," argues professor emerita Ellen Clark.
by Martin Halpern
80 years ago, thousands of people rioted at the San Antonio Municipal Auditorium to prevent the Communist Party from holding a public meeting. The story reminds us that words can often incite violence.
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