Peaceful protest organizer calls for unity in face of regressive fear

A church leader in Indianapolis involved in organizing a massive immigration rally in 2006 said he had witnessed regressive change since the historic protest, and urged community members of all backgrounds to move forward by learning from the past. 

By |2018-10-02T13:22:32-04:00September 28th, 2018|Hidden History, Hispanic Heritage Month, Local, News|0 Comments

Hidden History: A Community Built on Faith

The Spanish brought Catholicism to the Southwest in the 16th century.  As pilgrims in a new environment, many of them turned to retablos –or painted images of saints on wood- for comfort.

By |2018-09-11T12:41:30-04:00August 27th, 2018|Hidden History, Hispanic Heritage Month, News|0 Comments

Hidden History: The Arrival of the Conquistadors

Long before the 1540 arrival of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, the very first conquistador to venture into what is now New Mexico, the towering Zuni Pueblo village of Hawikku was the center of Zuni Pueblo society.

By |2018-09-06T16:31:09-04:00August 27th, 2018|Hidden History, Hispanic Heritage Month, News|0 Comments

Hidden History: Hispanic Music and Culture

The culture of Southwest can not only be seen in the enchanting landscapes, but heard in the sounds on radio. New Mexico music has slowly become a genre of its own and stays true to the roots of where it came from.

By |2018-09-06T16:31:29-04:00August 27th, 2018|Hidden History, Hispanic Heritage Month, News|0 Comments