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 become Xica Media, this site served as a platform of digital community resistance and guerrilla media between 2005-2008.
It is a mix of an historical archive, a digital Xicana feminist codex, and a digital roadmap of resistance.
*Note: This site is for archival purposes only. Some links may be outdated.
Link to original website: http://www.mission-texas.com/library/news.htm
Link to searchable versions of select original web pages: