The Spanish general not only helped build the Chapultepec castle, but was rumored to be helping Mexico plan its independence.
Category - History
The only real castle of the Americas is also the place where two cultures crossed swords in September 1847.
Antonio López de Santa Anna was far from a perfect person, but he lived an interesting life.
Latinos/as have fought a century long battle against discrimination within the American school system. And it's still not over.
Emiliano Zapata was an outlaw, an activist, and a celebrity all in one.
The legacy of the Chicano Moratorium serves as a painful and powerful reminder of how far we have come, and how far we still have to progress.
Francisco "Pancho Villa" may have had other intentions than just burglarizing a quiet town.
Contrary to portrayal, Chicanos and Mexicans have been some of the biggest defenders of U.S. freedoms.
There's a reason Mexican American street gangs transcend economic class, geography, and even centuries.
The Mexicans did not fight Nazi Germany or Italian fascism, but Japanese imperialism in Luzon and Formosa.