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The Fall of Mexica-Tenochtitlan

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Our story begins in the night of August 12 of 1521. Our Great Tenochtitlan has supported 79 days of continous attacks.

About 2,500 equipped with artillery invaders mercenarios, 300 horses, 12 brigs, barges of disembarkation with tubes, hundreds of canoes and of which included 200,000 treasonous allies!

...they have taken the greater seat and the great Teocalli. Seeding seas of cadaveres are everywhere with polvora they laid in the Chapultepetl aqueducts, of the Tepeyacatl, and also the vias of potable water. District after district they were cannonaded, they set afire. ...read more

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The Sleepy Lagoon Case and the "Sailor Riots of 1943"

Mexican Youth of 1942
World War II and in the U.S. the Japanese are taken to "relocation camps" and in East Los Angeles about 600 Mexican youth are arrested without cause.

Few months later, the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Army invade the streets of Downtown Los Angeles and East Los Angeles to beat up any Mexican kid they can get. (news article click here)

All along the authorities did nothing to stop it ( rather they escorted them) and the media, the newspapers and the "L.A. Times" hailed them as heroes. People were killed, women raped and communities destroyed. It is well documented yet nobody wants to talk about it. ...read more

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La Noche Triste
MEChA These (Aztecs) then came and I told them to observe how they could not triumph, and how each day we did them great harm and killed many of them and tha we would not cease until there was nothing left of them. They replied that they had indeed seen how much they had suffered and how many of them had died, but that ...read more

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Complete History of the Spanish Invasion of Mexico. See Below

MEXICA TIAHUI

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Spanish Invasion of Mexico
 ·  Part 1: Cortés and La Malinche
 ·  Part 2: La Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz
 ·  Part 3: War with Tlascala
 ·  Part 4: Massacre at Cholula
 ·  Part 5: La Gran Tenochtitlán
 ·  Part 6: Desperate return to Cempoala
 ·  Part 7: La Noche Triste
 ·  Part 8: Tlatelolco
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Alta California and Aztlan

Latino Population from the U.S. Census 2000
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Booming Minority
Latinos make up 12.5 percent of the U.S. population. Here's how they rank as a percentage of population in the nation's counties.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau


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Los Angeles

Student Population in Cal State University Los Angeles
MEChACensus for the academic year 2000 are in, showing that Latinos make little more than half the population of Cal State L.A. Data collected from the Office of Analytical Studies to provide the campus community with pertinent information about the University

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