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The Texas Border Wall Can't Separate Latinos from Their Memories and Culture

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Written by a Texan, a Tejanp, with history of the Rio Grande's Valley being newly a fenced area. The same area was once Mexican before the Alamo. Written as personal family history, it describes what is best called The Human Condition.

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