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Being Mexican American is hard

Being Mexican American is hard

M&TC: This Mexican American flag by Nacho Becerra has us star struck! How do we get one? Also are we looking too into this if we counted 33 stars on this flag but Mexico has 32 states, so does that make the USA número 33rd? Read his only...

M&TC: This Mexican American flag by Nacho Becerra has us star struck! How do we get one? Also are we looking too into this if we counted 33 stars on this flag but Mexico has 32 states, so does that make the USA número 33rd? Read his only...

Mexican American

Mexican American

MexicanAmerican Gothic   Day of the Dead Art by UrbanArtByMelody, $48.00

MexicanAmerican Gothic Day of the Dead Art by UrbanArtByMelody, $48.00

neomexinaismos so true, when you are born in the U.S. this is what happens

neomexinaismos so true, when you are born in the U.S. this is what happens

Mexicans be like..... i want that shirt!

Mexicans be like..... i want that shirt!

Click visit site and Check out Cool "Proud Texas" Shirts. This website is outstanding. Tip: You can search "your name" or "your favorite shirts" at search bar on the top.

Click visit site and Check out Cool "Proud Texas" Shirts. This website is outstanding. Tip: You can search "your name" or "your favorite shirts" at search bar on the top.

Take control of your mind & Educate yourself.  Cesar Chavez, Mexican-American farm worker, later labor leader and activist.

Take control of your mind & Educate yourself. Cesar Chavez, Mexican-American farm worker, later labor leader and activist.

Mexican And American Flag Tattoos On Shoulder photo - 2

Mexican And American Flag Tattoos On Shoulder photo - 2

Alicia Dickerson Montemayor (Latina activist)  Age: Died in 1989 at age 86  Roots: Mexican  How She Changed the World: The Mexican-American activist from Laredo, Texas, was one of the first truly inspirational Latina women. She crossed a lot of barriers for women, becoming the first woman elected to national office (that wasn’t created for a woman specifically) as vice president general of the League of United Latin American Citizens and also the first woman associate editor of the LULAC…

40 Latinas Who Have Changed the World!

Alicia Dickerson Montemayor (Latina activist) Age: Died in 1989 at age 86 Roots: Mexican How She Changed the World: The Mexican-American activist from Laredo, Texas, was one of the first truly inspirational Latina women. She crossed a lot of barriers for women, becoming the first woman elected to national office (that wasn’t created for a woman specifically) as vice president general of the League of United Latin American Citizens and also the first woman associate editor of the LULAC…

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