Former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
John Roland, 86, moved from San Antonio to the East Side neighborhood in Austin in the 1960s to take care of his ailing father. “I remember when white folks didn’t come this side of 35,” he said.
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"If anything was to happen, I would feel ashamed because I failed," Vidaurri said of potentially losing the land to a border wall. "266 years and I don’t want it to come on me or my brothers and sisters that we failed. We have to show people what’s out here. People lived here. They sacrificed. They worked. They died here."
D-Day veteran William C. Scott stands reflected in the three medals he received for his service: a Bronze Star, Purple Heart and Good Conduct Medal.
Delegate at the 2016 Texas Democratic Convention
Monique Sutherland-Trevino smiles after her parents were married on June 26, 2015, the day the Supreme Court decided in favor of gay marriage.
San Antonio cab driver Joe Hinojosa
Traveled from Texas to Ground Zero with Texas Task Force 1 for search and rescue operations.