Dr. Ricardo Romo
The first Chicano murals originated in 1965 on the walls of Cesar Chavez’ United Farm Workers [UFW] union headquarters in Delano, California. A decade later, supporters of Chavez’ UFW union marched from the Texas Rio Grande Valley to Austin with stops in San Antonio....
Broncos capturó su sexta estrella en Veteranos Águilas de Nava se coronó campeón del Torneo Thanksgiving 2019
Por Sendero Deportivo Broncos de Reynosa SA bajo la dirección de su fundador y mánager Roberto Garza, ganó la serie final al duro rival Águilas de San Luis, propiedad del coach José Luis Mendoza y dirigidos por Héctor Javier Chapa Sr. Broncos en el segundo partido de...read more
Let’s Talk About It
By Yvette Tello Two women are arguing about what normal is. One says the woman should take care of her husband and children and allow him to earn the money to pay the bills. The other woman says her man stays home and takes care of the home and children and she earns...
Just a Thought
By Leonard Rodriguez This column highlights inspiring stories of Latino leaders. For more than 500 years, Latino men and women have positively influenced the face of United States society. Let us celebrate these outstanding hispanics. Patrocino Barela Losing his...
Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Chancellor Sister Jane Ann Slater, CDP has earned the rare distinction of being the first woman to serve as Chancellor of the Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church in San Antonio, Texas. Her road there has spanned two states,...read more