Gracias

We would like to extend a sincere “gracias” to the following contributors of The Children of the Revolución.

From stories to photos to context to well-wishes, My Story is deeply appreciative of all those who conspired with us to make this program a success.

Below are some wonderful resources that helped us help the Children of the Revolución tell their story.

Special thanks to the following:

  • My Story Team

  • KLRN Production Staff

  • Institute of Texan Cultures

  • UTSA

  • Robert Runyon Collection

  • El Paso Public Library

  • Library of Congress – Bain Collection

  • UT Austin

  • Revolution Historian:

    Jennifer Speed, PHD

  • Madero Historian:

    Manuel Guerra

 

George Cortez

Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bakery

Charles A. González

Congressman

Deborah A Cortez

Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bakery

MiChael Cortez

Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bakery

Henry Cisneros

Former Mayor of San Antonio

A.J. Rodriguez

Deputy City Manager , City of San Antonio

Adolfo Aguilar

Chairman/CEO, Creative Civilization

Isaac Ayala

Lieutenant Colonel , U.S. Army, Retired

Alejandro Ortiz

Former San Antonio Police Officer

Tino Duran

CEO and Publisher, La Prensa de San Antonio

Julián Castro

Mayor of San Antonio

Joaquin Castro

State Representative, District 125

Julian Treviño

Senior Lecturer, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, UTSA

Lauro Antonio Garza, MPO

Retired Police Detective, Political Commentator

David Romo

Legislative Assistant U.S. Congress

Rosie Castro

Dir.Center for Academic Transitions, Palo Alto College

Dr. Carmen Tafolla

Writer & University Faculty,  University of Texas San Antonio

Robert Sosa

Director Foundation, Corporate & Government Relations, University of the Incarnate Word

Tomás Ybarra-Frausto, Ph.D.

Independent Scholar

Sylvia Romo

Bexar County Tax Assesor-Collector

Frank Guerra

Marketing Communications

Dr. María Hdz. Ferrier

President, Texas A&M University-San Antonio

A.J. Rodriguez

Deputy City Manager, City of San Antonio

Prof. Joseph Ricardo Danel

UNAM/San Antonio

Charles T. Barrett, Jr.

CEO of Barrett Motor Cars

Ted Terrazas

President Terra Health, Inc.

Virgilio Elizondo

Theologian University of Notre Dame

Alex Briseño

Retired City Manager

Lucille Briseño Morales

Retired Bilingual Teacher

Rosemary Catacalos

Poet and Arts Administrator

Ricardo Romo

President University of Texas at San Antonio

John Phillip Santos

Author and Historian

Charles A. Gonzalez

Congressman

Kathryn O’Rourke

Assistant Professor of Art History, Trinity University

Cecilia B. Elizondo Herrera

Management Counselor, U. S. Embassy Caracas, Venezuela

Patti Elizondo

Emmy Award Winning Journalist

 

One Response to Gracias

  1. Mary M Perales says:

    This message is for Patti Elizondo.
    My Gradfather’s Luz Villarreal ( born apx
    1857) married Faustina Elizondo by Catholic
    Church, in Villa Del Carmen aks El Chipinque
    we were told they had twin girls by this
    Marriage Anita and Loreta, we were told Faustina
    Passed and the girls were raised by their
    Maternal grand parents. Anita dued as a teenager
    My mother mentioned
    To me the Store La Gloria in San Antonio , Tex
    Said they were related

    By the way Congrats on all your works. So
    awesome

    And she said Loreta lived in San Antonio
    And the owners of La Gloria were her family.

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