Maria Viola Hernandez Camargo (1923 - 2015)

MARIA VIOLA HERNÁNDEZ CAMARGO (September 21, 1923 ~ December 20, 2015), THE DAUGHTER OF MEXICAN REVOLUTIONARY AND METHODIST MINISTER, REV. EMILIO NIEVES HERNÁNDEZ MALACARA, HAS PASSED.

VIDEO SLIDE SHOW AND SOUNDTRACK (with soprano soloist Maria Viola Hernández Camargo, El Coro latino de Los . . . → Read More: Maria Viola Hernandez Camargo (1923 – 2015)

Audience Responds to Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery!

On March 17th we held a private preview screening for Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery at Raleigh Studios’ Chaplin Theater.

The film received tears of joy and a rousing standing ovation from the audience.  In attendance were people who worked on the film, . . . → Read More: Audience Responds to Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery!

Video Clip: Walter's Understanding of Tata Takes a Dramatic Turn

In this scene, Walter’s perceptions of his grandfather change dramatically as he learns more about Emilio’s turbulent past.  Tata was not a simple country boy who came to America looking for a job.  He was a revolutionary who fought alongside Praxedis Guerrero against the . . . → Read More: Video Clip: Walter's Understanding of Tata Takes a Dramatic Turn

Video Clip: Walter's Understanding of Tata Takes a Dramatic Turn

In this scene, Walter’s perceptions of his grandfather change dramatically as he learns more about Emilio’s turbulent past.  Tata was not a simple country boy who came to America looking for a job.  He was a revolutionary who fought alongside Praxedis Guerrero against the . . . → Read More: Video Clip: Walter’s Understanding of Tata Takes a Dramatic Turn

Video - Ricardo Flores Magon and the PLM

Through Praxedis, Emilio became deeply involved in the revolutionary activities of the Partido Liberal Mexicano.  The PLM was a political party dedicated to establishing a society based on economic equality, workers rights and self-determination.  The PLM was founded and led by Ricardo Flores Magon.

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Video - Tata & Cliotilde

Cliotilde Guerrero convinced her parents, the owners of the hacienda Los Altos de Ibarrra, to take in the five year old runaway boy, Emilio. Cliotilde took it upon herself to look after him during the years he lived and worked at the hacienda. They . . . → Read More: Video – Tata and Cliotilde

Video - Emilio & Praxedis G. Guerrero

Emilio Hernandez was mentored by Praxedis Guerrero, who would become one of the architects and heroes of the Mexican Revolution. Both grew up together in the same sprawling hacienda. Emilio was a homeless boy laborer while Prax was the privileged but rebellious son of . . . → Read More: Video – Emilio & Praxedis G. Guerrero

Video - Emilio & Praxedis G. Guerrero

Emilio Hernandez was mentored by Praxedis Guerrero, who would become one of the architects and heroes of the Mexican Revolution. Both grew up together in the same sprawling hacienda. Emilio was a homeless boy laborer while Prax was the privileged but rebellious son of . . . → Read More: Video – Emilio & Praxedis G. Guerrero

Video - About Emilio N. Hernandez

Tata, (Emilio Nieves Hernandez) was a Methodist minister.  He worked tirelessly from 1915 until 1973 with Mexican immigrants from the agricultural camps and urban barrios of Southern California and Arizona.  He dedicated himself to social and economic issues plaguing poor and disadvantaged families, and . . . → Read More: Video – About Emilio N. Hernandez