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COMING - June 13, 2015 - Exclusive Live - Webcast  - "Texas Rising - a Mexican-American Response" - from Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center - Austin, Texas

   
     

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"TEXAS RISING - MEXICAN AMERICAN RESPONSE"LIVE
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center
600 River St. Austin, Texas 78701

June 13, 2015 - 1pm CDT

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Schedule

The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center in collaboration with the Battle of Medina Historical Society will have a panel discussion on the mini series “Texas Rising.”  Texas Rising is currently being aired on the History Channel over a period of ten nights.

Scheduled to speak are Dr Carolina Castillo Crimm History Professor Sam Houston University, Chief Rufus Davis Chief and Tribal Historian Adai Caddo Nation, Jim Estrada Marketing Consultant and Author, Lance Aaron writer and owner Americas Heritage, Gustavo Monsante former TV Anchor Univision and other scholars. Invited are also scholars that appeared as consultants on the series to defend their position.

We will be discussing the potential harm a racially and politically motivated historical inaccurate series could do to our Tejano and Indigenous Communities. The discussion will be filmed for use on our TV program and a possible documentary.
 
 There have been many reviews written on this series and so far they have all been negative.
 
 It is a free event and the public and the press will be invited. The parking is free.  
 
Dan Arellano Author/Historian
President Battle of Medina Historical Society

 

 

     

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