Tag Archives: Mexico

HIV Crisis on the Texas-Mexico Border

let’s go back to the day that you found out what’s the first thing that went through your mind am I gonna die I I really thought I was gonna die growing up no one ever mentioned HIV to me like it wasn’t in the schools it wasn’t the conversation held at home like I… Read More »

An Examination of Hispanic and Latino History

Wanda Williams: Good evening, everyone. I’m Wanda Williams. I’m an archivist here at the National Archives of St. Louis and I want to welcome you to tonight’s Documented Rights panel examining Hispanic and Latino history. Tonight’s panel is actually panel number six. We launched our Documented Rights series in October. That’s when we opened the… Read More »

The Catholic Church, Behavioral Health, Honoring Treaties | August 24, 2018 Episode Preview

>>FUNDING FOR NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS PROVIDED BY THE MCCUNE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION AND VIEWERS LIKE YOU.>>THIS WEEK ON NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, WHY TREATIES SIGNED BETWEEN TRIBES AND THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT STILL MATTER TODAY.>>EVERY TIME THE U.S. GOVERNMENT TRAMPLES ON TREATY RIGHTS, THEY ARE ALSO TRAMPLING ON THE CONSTITUTION BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT UPHOLDING… Read More »

São Paulo: South America’s MEGACITY

The dramatic cliffs and endless beaches of Rio de Janeiro makes it the city that probably first comes to mind when you think of Brazil. São Paulo, the largest metropolis in the southern hemisphere, is the true economic engine of the world’s sixth most populous country. In 1554, Catholic missionaries with the help of indigenous… Read More »

Mormons and Catholics, WORDS OF WISDOM/ RVING FAMILY

We got some very good friends here in Villa Corona Justin and Leilani and their family. Very good guys Introduce yourselves Por favor. I’m from here from Guadalajara Near Villa Corona. I’m right now living here I’m a seminarian. I hope to be a Priest in four years from now Jose, in Spanish Service and… Read More »

Why is Our Lady of Guadalupe So Important to Mexico?

[Music] guys I’m here at the basilica de nuestra senora de guadalupe and it would be hard for me to overstate just how important this place is to Mexico [Music] now guys before I start this video I have to point out something that should be very obvious I am NOT a religious scholar I’m… Read More »

Converted Muslim Indians in Catholic Mexico – vpro Metropolis

Bonjour Metropolis ! Je suis Eileen, du Mexique. Comme le reste de l’Amérique latine, ce pays est majoritairement catholique. On trouve donc des églises partout, à l’exception d’un petit village… où l’islam s’est développé. Vous savez qu’une communauté musulmane vit ici ? Oui. – Qu’en pensez-vous ? Je les trouve un peu bizarres. Leur religion… Read More »