This day in history the world lost a rising superstar. On March 31,1995 Mexican-American singer Selena Quintanilla-Perez, 23, was shot and killed in Corpus Christi, Texas, by the founder of her fan club
"I don’t think there’s any place in the world where a woman can’t venture." —Ynés Mexía Follow the journey of the first Mexican-American female botanist Ynés Mexía on tomorrow's episode of "Unladylike2020." #Unladylike2020PBS #AmericanMastersPBS @unladylike2020
Mexican-American cancer researcher, Sarah Stewart, paved the way for cancer-preventing vaccines by discovering the link between viruses and cancer. Her work significantly impacted the future of oncology and continues to change lives today. #WomensHistoryMonth
@SaraRamirez . combines entertainment and activism in today’ #LGBTQWomenMakeHistorys . Best known for her groundbreaking role o @GreysABCn , the bisexual Mexican-American actor is a vocal advocate for Latinx culture and LGBTQ rights #WomensHistoryMonth .
Sometimes what’s dead doesn’t always remain. #PennyDreadful returns to with Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. Set in 1938 Los Angeles, this next chapter will explore a mix of the supernatural within a genuine historical backdrop infused with Mexican-American folklore.
While the bloated lobbyists of DC booed Trump and his wounded warriors guests at the World Series — another wounded warrior @DanCrenshawTX sat in the audience. Crenshaw and this Mexican-American immigrant & fellow Texan & had a very different reaction: WATCH ?? God Bless Texas
Judge that Trump attacked for being Mexican-American will hear case on border wall