SOURCE: NBC News
Activist and associate history professor Yolanda Leyva breaks down the complex legacy of Spanish conquistador Juan de Oñate.
SOURCE: New York Times
Tensions between persons with Hispanic and Native American ancestry in New Mexico have been crystallized in protests over a statue of a brutal Spanish conquistador.
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