Gloria Gonzalez arrived in downtown Houston early Saturday to observe her first-ever Fiestas Patrias Parade, the fiftieth annual one thrown in Houston to rejoice Mexican Independence Day.
“It’s something you train your family members,” she stated. “Identical to how the U.S. fought for independence here, we additionally fought for freedom too.”
Sept. sixteen, 1810 is the day Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a Catholic priest and leader of the Mexican Warfare of Independence, referred to as for Mexicans to insurgent towards the monarchy of Spain.
The College of Houston, Houston Group School and Bellaire Excessive Faculty have been among the organizations who built floats and performed within the downtown parade.