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  • Tags: Discriminación racial en restaurantes

Affidavit sworn by Henrietta Castillo to Alonso S. Perales that states that Anita Gomez, Lucy Elizondo, and Henrietta Castillo were refused service in the dining are of PK Cafe. A waitress and the manager told them that Mexicans were served "around…

Affidavit sworn by Roberto Canales to Alonso S. Perales. that says the owner of Uvalde's Hanger VII Grill told Roberto and Andres Canales that his Anglo American clientele did not approve of him serving Mexicans, so he cannot serve them in his…

Affidavit sworn by Daniel Flores González to Alonso S. Perales in which he states that he and two ladies of Mexican descent were refused service at Manhattan Cafe in Bracketville, Texas.

Affidavit sworn by Dolores Garcia de Garcia and Lupe C. Banasau that states that the Manhattan Cafe in Hondo, Texas refused to serve them in July 1946 because they were of Mexican descent.

Affidavit sworn by Horacio Guerra that states that he was denied service at the Dinette Restaurant in Hondo, Texas because he was of Mexican descent.

On Sunday, June 30, 1946, a group of seven men (Jesus Garcia, Oscar Mayen, Joe Sanchez, Henry -------, Pedro Solis, Louis Leonard, and Bob Clay) visit Captain Davis Cafe in Rockport, Texas. The men of Latin American descent are told they will not be…

Affidavit sworn by Juan S. González that says that he and Gilberto G. González were refused service at the Spanish Village Restaurant in San Antonio, Texas because they are of Mexican descent.

Macario Garcia, a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, was refused service at the Oasis Cafe in Richmond, Texas. After Garcia dropped a sugar bowl in frustration, a fight broke out in the Cafe.

Affidavit sworn by Eleanor and Simona Martínez that states that they were discriminated against at a restaurant in Dilly, Texas for being of Mexican descent.
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