In a time when the United States was not friendly to Greek immigrants, Rose Catacalos Greek grandfather married a his Mexican bride who had fled the revolution to seek a safe future in the United States. This episode of the Children of the Revolución highlights the blending of the 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 due to the Mexican Revolution. Jennifer Speed and Ricardo Danel comment on the importance of understanding the mutual Mexico/Texas history born of the revolution. Katherine O'Rourke and Charles Gonzalez introduce the infamous “Doctor Urrutia” from came from Mexico to distance himself from Porfirio Diaz’s fallen regime. John Phillip Santos looks at the long cultural migration of the Mexican people who remain in constant flux to this day. Finally, a fascinating history on how San Antonio became the second largest Chinese community in the U.S.

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