Three Famous Hispanic Americans You Might Not Know…
Pedro Menendez de Avilar: Born in Spain, Sr. Avilar founded St. Augustine, FL, the first European Colony in the U.S., in 1569.
Cesar Chavez: Mexican-American who founded, in 1962, the Association of Farm Workers to ensure Civil Rights for farm laborers.
Soledad Antelada Toledano: Argentinian-American, female cyber engineer presently responsible for protecting the security of many of the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s scientific investigations at the University of California, Berkley Lab.