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Battle of Medina Society Mission Statement

 

 

Be Part of History

 

Due to the testimony of the Society’s Founder at the State Board of Education, the Battle of Medina is now in the curriculum to be taught in schools throughout Texas in the 7th grade; it is also mentioned on a plaque on the Tejano Monument; therefore it is vital that the correct version be taught and not the myths that have developed around it. The Tejano Battle of Medina and the Tejano Declaration of Independence have been celebrated in Losoya and San Antonio by the founder for the last 6 years. He has also led 10 expeditions in search of the battle site.  

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Therefore the mission of the society shall be as follows.

 

  • To encourage elected representatives to officially recognize the Emerald Green Flag as the 7th Flag flown over Texas
  • To encourage elected representatives to officially recognize April 6th as the Tejano Declaration of Independence (perhaps a holiday)
  • To archeologically find the battle site of the Battle of Medina (a dig is tentatively being planned for April 14. volunteers needed)
  • To support and participate in the reenactment of the Battle of Medina.(On the school grounds of SSISD in Losoya)
  • To support and participate in the Tejano Declaration of Independence reenactment in front of the Spanish Governors Palace
  • To have plaques installed to honor the wives, mothers and daughters of the Tejanos that suffered and died from the brutality
  • To have a plaque installed to honor the memory of 327 Tejanos that were beheaded on Military Plaza in San Antonio
  • Once located, to have a monument and museum built on or near the battle site of the Battle of Medina
  • Dues will be $25 per year contributions are welcome and all will go to accomplishing the society’s mission.

 

Dan Arellano President and Founder

Battle of Medina Society

PO Box 43012

Austin, Texas 78704

512-826-7569

darellano [at] austin [dot] rr [dot] com

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