The MTX Files has now released hundreds of previously confidential/unpublished multimedia to the site, revealing a chronicle of the events surrounding the chemical contamination in Mission, Texas.
Dedication This site was (re)launched in honor of the high school students who participated in NACCS Tejas Foco 2015 and thanks to our dear friend Bryan Parras of T.E.J.A.S. Courtesy of the former Mission Texas Coalition community archive.
In the time before Facebook, Twitter and hashtags, there was www.Mission-Texas.com, a guerrilla media resistance website that exposed the toxic legacy and government-backed, inter-generational epidemiological studies of the people and lands of Mission, Texas. This is a duplicate of the site formerly located at www.Mission-Texas.com. Referred to as “the birth of rascuacha tech” by what would later… Read more »
“DDT levels nearest the Hayes Sammons site were as much as 582 times higher than the average for locations further away.” For years I have wondered and prayed for the right time to share this story – an unwritten chapter of the toxic legacy of Mission, Texas – because it should never fade from collective memory. I’ll tell you… Read more »