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Dr. Charles A. Truxillo

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  • Ph.D. , Latin American history
    University of New Mexico
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www.americanborderpatrol.com, 22 April 2014 [cached]
Charles Truxillo Filmmaker Dinseh DSouza, whose 2016: Obamas America grabbed the nations attention during the 2012 presidential campaign, is giving members of the left a voice in his upcoming film, America: The Movie. Charles Truxillo, a Chicano studies teacher at the University of New Mexico, pondered the idea of a North America confederating with Mexico in a country that will be predominantly Latino and Hispanic in a video clip from an interview DSouza did for the film. Truxillo admitted he is in America, but he insisted he is not of America, explaining: I dont necessarily want to be part of their culture.
AMERICAN CITIZENS UNITED - P9. 5/27/11 The Supreme Court Ruled E-Verify is Constitutional!!
www.americancitizensunited.cloverpad.org, 27 May 2011 [cached]
Charles Truxillo, a professor of Chicano studies at the University of New Mexico, said, “I may not live to see the Hispanic homeland, but by the end of the century my students' kids will live in it, sovereign and free.â€
SPOTLIGHT News December 2000
www.denverspiritualcommunity.org, 1 Dec 2000 [cached]
For example, Charles Truxillo, who teaches Chicano Studies at the University of New Mexico, advocates a sovereign country called the "Republica del Norte," or Republic of the North, which would encompass the American Southwest.
Truxillo said that the "Southwestern Chicanos and Norteno Mexicanos are becoming one people again."This should be achieved "by any means necessary," using an overused, but no less menacing, quote by the late anti-white activist Malcolm X.
According to the Associated Press, Truxillo feels it is his job to develop a cadre of intellectuals" who will turn this concept into reality.
Black Activists Joining Minutemen Against Illegal Immigration : Diggers Realm
www.diggersrealm.com [cached]
Charles Truxillo suggests the "Republica del Norte," the Republic of the North, is "an inevitability."
He envisions it encompassing all of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and southern Colorado, plus the northern tier of Mexican states: Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas.
Along both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border "there is a growing fusion, a reviving of connections," Truxillo said. "Southwest Chicanos and Norteño Mexicanos are becoming one people again."
Truxillo, 47, has said the new country should be brought into being "by any means necessary," but recently said it was unlikely to be formed by civil war. Instead, its creation will be accomplished by the electoral pressure of the future majority Hispanic population in the region, he said.
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Truxillo contends states have the right to secede under the Articles of Confederation of 1777, in which states retained "sovereignty, freedom and independence.
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Truxillo, who teaches at UNM's Chicano Studies Program on a yearly contract, believes it's his job to help develop a "cadre of intellectuals" to think about how it can become a reality.
Native-born American Hispanics feel like strangers in their own land, he said
"We remain subordinated," he said. "We have a negative image of our own culture, created by the media. Self-loathing is a terrible form of oppression. The long history of oppression and subordination has to end."
Truxillo said Hispanics who have achieved positions of power or otherwise are "enjoying the benefits of assimilation" are most likely to oppose a new nation.
Professor Predicts "Hispanic Homeland"
ww.aztlan.net, 27 April 2007 [cached]
Charles Truxillo suggests the "Republica del Norte," the Republic of the North, is "an inevitability."
He envisions it encompassing all of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and southern Colorado, plus the northern tier of Mexican states: Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas.
Along both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border "there is a growing fusion, a reviving of connections," Truxillo said. "Southwest Chicanos and Norteño Mexicanos are becoming one people again."
Truxillo, 47, has said the new country should be brought into being "by any means necessary," but recently said it was unlikely to be formed by civil war. Instead, its creation will be accomplished by the electoral pressure of the future majority Hispanic population in the region, he said.
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Truxillo contends states have the right to secede under the Articles of Confederation of 1777, in which states retained "sovereignty, freedom and independence." He contends the Articles were not superseded in that regard by the U.S. Constitution and that although the Civil War settled the question militarily, it was never resolved by courts.
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Truxillo, who teaches at UNM's Chicano Studies Program on a yearly contract, believes it's his job to help develop a "cadre of intellectuals" to think about how it can become a reality.
Native-born American Hispanics feel like strangers in their own land, he said
"We remain subordinated," he said. "We have a negative image of our own culture, created by the media. Self-loathing is a terrible form of oppression. The long history of oppression and subordination has to end."
Truxillo said Hispanics who have achieved positions of power or otherwise are "enjoying the benefits of assimilation" are most likely to oppose a new nation.
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Dr. Charles Truxillo is a native of New Mexico. He attended public schools in Albuquerque and Belen. Dr. Truxillo received his graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of New Mexico, majoring in Latin American, Borderlands, and Asian History. Dr. Truxillo also attended St. Michael's Catholic seminary in California. Later, he worked as an instructor in the University College of UNM, serving as director of the University College's Social Science program from 1988 to 1990. Throughout this period Dr. Truxillo traveled extensively in Mexico, Central America, Spain, and Western Europe. Between 1992 and 1997, he was an Assistant Professor of History at New Mexico Highlands University. While at NMHI, he annually organized student tours to Mexico and sponsored student and faculty forums and symposiums.
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