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David Ramirez, Bill Luna, Dr. The inherent mniobra of socialism is the equal sharing of misery. Letters to the Editor: Mimi, hope all is well with you as it is with us. I thought you maniobda be interested in including the attached article in the next issue. Thanks again for all you do.

You are one of the greatest assets that we descendants have in telling our great story. One of these days, mainstream citizens of the U. I’m hoping that since the Pres.

Latinos are really making inroads in Tulsa. One area is becoming little Mexico. There are many businesses, smaller shopping centers are becoming “Latinized” with Salon’ de bellizas, panaderias, etc cropping up all over Tulsa.

Many auto repair shoppes are also cropping up. I told my sons: You let a Mexican man be able to purchase a pickup, he will find a lawn mower and start himself a “lawn care” business within a few days.

They have a great work ethic, as well as a good family ethic. We have Mexi- can lawn care workers at this apartment complex. Keep in touch, Amiga Vaya con Dios!

In this issue Annette is sharing information about early Mexican Inquisition, click. John Inclan Galal Kernahan J. The high school section, third floor, was to be named after my father, Dr.

This would be the first high school in the nation to be named after my father, so it was a very special event for me. I flew to Chicago Illinois.

Prior to the dedication ceremony, UNO staff guided me on a tour of the schools. I was so impressed by the building and especially by the students. Each classroom had an official greeter who met visitors as they entered the classroom. Originally the building had been a warehouse and converted into the three schools. Each level has a different color scheme. The students and faculty have a dress code. Juan Rangel recognized Dr.

Rita Hernandez and Bill Luna for their roles in making the event a reality. Torres and the high school after Dr. Torres grew up in the Archer Heights community. He lost his life in the line of duty on August 22, in Bagdad, Dd. She said Naming schools after veterans say a carvxllo because they fought for our country. Family members came to the front of the stand while UNO staff unveiled portraits of the veterans.

After the public officials spoke, Governor Quinn pulled a symbolic lever and the curtain that covered the front of the building dropped to reveal the school carvalko the UNO logo. Next came a display of fireworks. The Governor invited the crowd to converge on the UNO cafeteria for refreshments. The city of Chicago has a population of 1. The campus will help alleviate the problems of overcrowding in riveto that disproportionately affect Hispanic communities in Chicago.


The schools will serve 1, students.

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Incommunity leaders and local priests became involved in reforming Chicago schools. The guiding philosophy at the UNO Charter Schools is effective management is as essential to education as curriculum and pedagogy. The three story school in Chicago is a renovated commercial warehouse, the first floor is for the primary children, second floor for the middle school, and the third, top floor is for the high school students. Wide hallways, lots of wood, glass, metal, and plastic, clean lines, open feeling.

A special thank you to Dr. When Rita asked me to say a few words today at the ceremonies, I began to wonder what message my father would want me to deliver to you today. I had to go back in time to my memory bank of my father’s speeches. Since I was the first born of the Garcia children, I had the honor of traveling with my father to the American G.

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Forum conventions and to many special events. One very special event took place in In the hotel room, maniobbra asked to to hand out these packets of information to the attendees. I protested that this was a formal event. He said, “you do not mamiobra. These people have to listen to what I say for twenty minutes. This gives us an opportunity of sharing information that I want to put in their hands.

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We need to take advantage of the situation. They will take this information with them, and it will touch people. It will help change people. That is what we are about. The message lasted considerably more than the twenty minutes allotted to him. I had plenty of time to distribute the packet of information that my Dad wanted delivered. So today, I am here to deliver a message from Dr. My father believed that education was the key to advancement.

He would attribute the low academic performance to living in a culture that suppresses Mexican Americans and the performance issues resulting from Mexican Americans not knowing our history. Hector Said, “We are a lost people. We do not know who we are, where we are going.

We do not know our history, and a people without history have nothing. He would say, “I challenge you to be better than you are. It is clear our role is to help the younger generation understand who they are as they strive to accomplish their educational goals.

We need to maniibra and embrace our multi-cultural heritage with pride and grasp that we, of all racial groups have the blood of the old world and the new world within our veins. Garcia is a real American hero. Today our youth lack real role models. My father it that role model. When more individuals, especially the youth, study his life and legacy, they will learn the true meaning of love for their fellow man and community.


The naming of this high school after Dr. Hector is the first step. Thank you carcallo Dr. Rita Hernandez and Bill Luna for honoring my Papa in this way, a living structure, a constant reminder of the re and hope for each one of them to succeed, and succeed mightily. Other measures we can take are to become more involved ed ensuring that our history is included in the school textbooks, libraries and in curriculum.

It is important to mentor our youth about the importance of preparing for the future and to do genealogical, family history research. Now it is up to us to ensure that his legacy moves forward. In closing, as my Father would Say. Que Dios Los Bendiga. We need the facilities, discipline, and our history.

Colonel Bernardo Gutierrez de Lara on the road. From November through Maymy wife Cordy and I have travelled to over 20 school campuses in about 10 cities in South Texas. One of the reasons that I have taken this approach is that Ee believe that many cxrvallo the descendants of the first Spanish-Mexican pioneers in Texas are unaware of their rich history. My visits have proven my theory. None of the students or teachers that I have visited with had ever heard of Don Bernardo, the President of the First Republic of Texas.

However, once they hear the presentation, they are very impressed and absolutely awed with his story. I usually get two questions in some form or another from the teachers after the presentations: As I try to remind as many people as I can, Texas history does not start at the Battle of the Alamo. In summary, my presentation has been so positively received that I plan to repeat my visits next school year.

In fivero view, the more that Tejano descendants learn of their lost history and key role of their ancestors in building ve great place we call Texas, the higher their self-esteem and sense of pride.

Hopefully, that will motivate Spanish-surnamed students to stay in school and ds productive members of society. Lopez is a direct descendant of Don Javier Uribe, one of the earliest families that settled in South Texas in They have one daughter, Brenda Jo.