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CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUCION

The Power of Diversity

  • Aired: 01/20/2011
  • 26:50
  • Rating: NR
In a time when the U.S. was not friendly to Greek immigrants, Rose Catacalos Greek grandfather married his Mexican bride who had fled the Mexican Revolution. This episode highlights the blending of many ethnicities that were thriving in Texas at the turn of the century and how those layers of culture formed new expressions of identity when the mass exodus of Mexicans arrived in Texas.
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The blending of ethnicities that were thriving in TX during the Mexican Revolucion.
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