Meet the Charro: Mexican Cowboys Fighting to Save the Art of Horsemanship
Pixel Magazine

Considering that Spanish was spoken in Arizona long before English and rancheros were raising cattle in Arizona more than 300 years ago, before the US was founded, I find the idea of Mexicans feeling like outsiders in Arizona rather painful.

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