Ramsey Muniz: El Diez y Seis de Septiembre

Many of our forefathers sacrificed their lives for our sake. Knowing this, we remember el diez y seis de septiembre. It was told that on the morning of September 16th, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang church bells and called the indigenous Mexicanos of Dolores — a small town near Guanajuato, to proclaim Mexico’s independence from Spain. The “Grito de Dolores” or the cry from the small town of Dolores, initiated the the Mexican War of Independence.

Within a month, Hidalgo’s hordes swell to 100,000 – the largest army raised in Mexico since the Aztecs. They won their independence from the Spaniards against all odds!

We who sacrifice remember our forefathers reverently. We do not accept oppression. We do not accept negativity about ourselves. We do not listen to politicians who speak ill of our people and rich ancestry for the sake of votes.

El diez y seis de septiembre is a great part of history in which everyone should take pride, for we all pursue freedom, justice, and love. Feliz diez y seis de septiembre!

Amor,
Ramsey – Tezcatlipoca
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National Committee to Free Ramsey Muñiz
PMB 216 5403 Everhart Rd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78411
Website: http://www.freeramsey.com
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www.studentsfreeramsey.blogspot.com
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