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Genealogía de México 32804 Revista Genealogica en Linea: Somos Primos October 2014

Somos Primos, October 2014
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Dear  Primos and Friends:

Lots of good news:  Not only is the general public being informed about the historic presence of Latinos in the United States through public media, more and more of us are making our voices heard by writing, speaking on radio, making presentations, supporting heritage events, and in general, speaking up when history is incorrect.

Together we are making a difference.  Thank you for your contributions, sharing your writings and sending diverse tidbits, always an education.

If you have photos of a Hispanic Heritage Month event that you attended, please send them along with a who-what- when-where sentence or two.

Enjoy October . . .
God bless, Mimi

UNITED STATES
National Latino Museum Taking Shape by David Hood
Latino Americans Wins 2014 Imagen Award
Factors leading to Disunity Among Hispanics/Latinos by Mimi Lozano
Hispanic Heritage -  by Stephen Balkaran
Clinics for medical, societal well-being by Daisy Wanda Garcia
Hispanics by the Numbers
LULAC Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month with Second Annual Federal Training Institute
El Diezyseis and El Cinco in Texas History by José Antonio López
John Vinson and his Flags, 9/11 Tribute
Newspaper clipping a mother saved  in her Bible.
Our American Dream has been  Compromised and our Country is Going Backwards
        by Gilberto Quezada
Congressional Bipartisan Prayer Caucus
Profile America Facts for Features: Hispanic Heritage Month 2014: Sept. 15-Oct. 15
Hispanic Surnames and Family History
Hispanics and the Making of the United States,
        10 Amazing Facts that Tell the Story by Carlos B. Vega, Ph.D.
Latina Style, Inc. Report: The 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the U.S.
Cesar's Last Fast, now on Netflix
Huffington and Comfort Inn Compile List of Latino Heritage Sites


HERITAGE PROJECTS
Texas Before the Alamo Screening
California Mission Project: Exploring Beyond the Model by Christopher Reynolds,
       with comments by Mimi Lozano.
Saturday, October 18, 2014: Campaign to Promote Ethnic Studies Summit
Extensive Heritage Projects by the California Trujillo Primos . . .   going back to the 1920s

HISTORIC TIDBITS
Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana took flight from a rising sea of disaster and defeat.
       by Galal Kernahan


HISPANIC LEADERS
Paloma Noyola Bueno, the Next Steve Jobs Is A 12-Year-Old Mexican Girl
UT establishes Mexican-American studies department
90 New York city schools failed to pass a single black or Hispanic student on state tests,
      study shows by
In One State, More Children Homeschool Than Attend Private Schools.
       Why That Shouldn't Shock You. By Genevieve Wood
School Accused of 'Purging' Christian books by Todd Starnes
Radio Bilingüe and KPFK to Air  presents "Latino Education: Crisis and Response"
Radio Bilingue Discussion Summary by Tom Saenz, Retired Educator
Carlos Slim Foundation Launches Free Online Site for U.S. Latino Community
       by Geeks News Desk Broad Way World

LATINO PATRIOTS
65th Infantry Borinqueneers Reunion and CGM Alliance
Hispanic Medal of Honor Society Tour
Ten Latinos among the 100 High US Military Officers Purged between 2011-2013

EARLY LATINO PATRIOTS
Jim Churchyard speaks up for Spanish participation in SAR
Texas Society of the DAR honors Tejano history in Austin
Houston Chapter of the Granaderos y Damas de Galvez activities
Trip to Mexico City of  Houston Granaderos y Damas
San Antonio Chapter of Granaderos recognize Antonio Joe Lopez
2003 Three-day Galvez event in Long Beach recalled by editor Mimi

SURNAMES
The Spanish Ancestry of King Richard III, by John Inclan
Richard III is John Inclan's 1/2 4th cousin, 15X removed.


DNA
Trujillo DNA
No Descendants Are Left from the First Eskimos  By Charles ChoiResearchers
Modern Europeans are descended from three major groups of ancient humans, not two

FAMILY HISTORY
U.S. Federal Government Agencies Page
From Kimberly Powell, your Guide to Genealogy

EDUCATION
National Hispanic Heritage Month curriculum materials
Paloma Noyola Bueno, the Next Steve Jobs Is A 12-Year-Old Mexican Girl
UT establishes Mexican-American studies department
90 New York city schools failed to pass a single black or Hispanic student on state tests,
      study shows by
In One State, More Children Homeschool Than Attend Private Schools.
       Why That Shouldn't Shock You. By Genevieve Wood
School Accused of 'Purging' Christian books by Todd Starnes
Radio Bilingüe and KPFK to Air  presents "Latino Education: Crisis and Response"
Radio Bilingue Discussion Summary by Tom Saenz, Retired Educator
Carlos Slim Foundation Launches Free Online Site for U.S. Latino Community
       by Geeks News Desk Broad Way World

CULTURE
Alex Ramon presented with the Milbourne Christopher "Illusionist Award"
Barbie Doll Mariachi figure
Ancient Mexican Superstitions
Video: Dia de los Muertos in San Antonio
Wooden Ships With Wind Blown Wings choral reading by Mimi Lozano
National Holidays/Fiestas patrias poem by Rafael Jesús González

BOOKS AND PRINT MEDIA
View from the Pier by Herman Sillas: Charlie Ericksen
UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center New Collections: Nohemi Lozano Holtzman
Patriots from the Barrio by Dave Gutierrez
Int'l Latino Book Awards Now Open to Entries for 2015
Recollection of a Tejano Life by Antonio Menchaca Reviewed by Rosie Carbo
Somos en escrito Magazine lastest features by Armando Rendon
Nuestra Palabra Radio Show


ORANGE COUNTY, CA
Oct-Nov: Heritage Museum of Orange County, Journey Stories
11: SHHAR Monthly Meeting: Frances Rios
       "Flowers of Our Lost Romance" the rich secular music
        heritage of California revealed
 Bea Armenta Dever celebrated a surprise 80th Birthday
The Basque: From the Pyrenees of France and Spain to
        Orange County, California  1860-1890 By Mimi Lozano
Oct 18: National Hispanic Business Women Assn: Retail
Lorenzo (Larry) Luera  LULAC, How Much do I owe You?
LULAC Great Park veterans cemetery proposal to governor


LOS ANGELES COUNTY
Plaque Honors Reporter killed covering the 1970 Chicano
       Moratorium by Adolfo Flores
Moctesuma Esparza honors his dad -- Don Francisco!
Institute for Baseball Studies, to be located at Whittier College.
October 5,7,9: Three Free Music Concerts by Musicians from Manta,
     Ecuador  to perform in Monterey Park, La Puente, and Hollywood.

CALIFORNIA
October 11, 2014: San Francisco Latino Heritage Fair
Preserving San Francisco's Latino Voices by Leslie Nguyen-Okwu
History of Neighborhood House in Logan Heights, San Diego County:
       Johnny Rubalcava  by Maria E. Garcia
History of Neighborhood House in Logan Heights: Paul "Paulie" Torres by Maria Garcia Sutro Library Exhibit: Romanticizing the Frontier:
       Ango-European Encounters with Indigenous Peoples

SOUTHWESTERN, US
My Days as a Colonist / Soldier with Don Juan de Onate – Part 9 by Louis F. Serna
Juan Nepomuceno Cortina Goseacochea (May 16, 1824–October 30, 1894)
Villagra's Demonio, story and sketches by Louis Serna

TEXAS
Chile Bowl
Tejanos on the Eve Independence,  delivered September 16, 2014  by Dr. Andres Tijerina
Texas Ranger Memorial Cross Dedication for Don Juan Antonio Ximenes
Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say
Oct 25th: "After San Jacinto: Restoring Juan Seguin"
Col. Jose Francisco Ruiz, Texas Patriot by Frank and Karla Galindo
Vaqueros, Ranchos and the Texas Cattle Drives by Joe Perez
My Early Personal Life by Jose M. Pena, Part 6
Take a step back into time when my ancestor lived, experienced, and died.
        The history of Texas 1824-1885 by Gloria Candelaria

EAST COAST
Photo:  Washington Monument dedication
Smithsonian Latino Center Newsletter
Photo: Lincoln Monument under construction
North Carolina History Project

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
Find Shows 1913 Black Film Cast
September 15th, 1829 -- Mexico frees slaves

INDIGENOUS
Woman unearths past of forgotten Indian cemetery by Felicia Fonseca,
U.S. to pay Navajo tribe $554 million in landmark settlement by Steve Gorman
Interview on "Indigenous People's History of the United States" with  Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

SEPHARDIC
Extracts from History of the Jews in Spain, online resource by Ray Rayburn

ARCHAEOLOGY
The Mystery of the Two Missing Mastodon Tusks by J. Gilberto Quezada
Colombia's pre-Columbian Artifacts Repatriated from Spain

MEXICO
September 10th, 1770 -- Spanish colonizer of South Texas dies in Mexico City
Mexico's "Diez y Seis de Septiembre: Distributed by "Lared Latina"
La Independencia de Mexico by Dan Arellano
General Jacinto B. Trevino G.
Buscando Nuestras Raices  Flores/Florez by Mimi Lozano
Eugenio Eligio Gilberto, Jorge de la Peza. Baptism
Informacion Matrimonial De D. Gilberto de la Peza  y de Da. Virginia Perez Arce.

CARIBBEAN, PUERTO RICO AND CUBA
The Cuban Genealogy Club of Miami
Raul Reyes Castañeira Borinqueneer veteran of the 65th Infantry Regiment, Puerto Rico
     by Frank Medina

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
The Confederate South Still Lives, in Brazil y Sumitra
Guatemala Mayans: from victims of discrimination to perpetrators? by Edgar Calderon
My Early Professional Life by Jose M. Pena, Part 7

PHILIPPINES
10 Reasons Why Latinos and Filipinos Are Primos by Vanessa Erazo
Filipinos in Mexico by Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.
New Philippines by Eddie AAA Calderón, Ph.D.
Philippines Plans to Give Muslims Autonomous Zone by Jim Gomez
Wilfred Galila, writer

SPAIN
Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation
The Catalonians by Mimi Lozano

INTERNATIONAL
Houston Mall shop closed 9/11 to honor martyrdom of Imam       Ali who flew  one of the planes into the twin towers.
Vladimir Putin's speech - shortest speech ever
In every country where the Muslims are in the Minority
Porpoise Rescues Dog


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