Between 1910 and 1920 ethnic Mexicans living on the Texas-Mexico border were targets of state-sanctioned violence. Although historians estimate that several thousand Mexican nationals and American citizens were killed, this period of violence has received little public attention.
Refusing to Forget, an award-winning educational non-profit, hopes that in bringing public awareness to this often forgotten period, we can also raise the profile of a struggle for justice and civil rights that continues to influence social relationships today.
An overview of the history of racial violence on the Mexico-Texas border.
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In The Press
Our team is often quoted by news outlets to connect current events to history. See where we have been published and how we are continuing the conversation of racial violence in our community.
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