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TEXAS WEEK

November 15, 2013 | Preserving San Antonio History

  • Aired: 11/15/2013
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
The building that once held the studios of the first Spanish language television station in the country is now rubble. It was razed over the protests of Hispanic activists and conservation leaders. But buildings aren't the only way to remember history. We will be joined by two San Antonians well versed on the issue.
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