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Until now our beloved Anahuac sheltered and protected our destinies that our ancestors and our parents enthusiastically received and seeded in our being. Now we will instruct our children how to be good. They will raise themselves up and gain strength and as goodness make real their great destiny in this, our beloved mother Anahuac.”
-From the Last Declaration of Cuahtemoc, The Last Tlatohani (Speaker Representative) of the Aztecas

Anahuac was the confederation and alliance of different people in this part of the world.

Our New Anahuac is the land of justice, excellence and freedom that our people will achieve for themselves.  It is a place and time destined to us.

Through the annals of history, all people have succeeded because they have created a society oriented toward bringing about their excellence and promoting justice. Promoting this society is the vision for this blog.

Our New Anahuac will be birthed by viewing our people as a nation and dealing with our issues holistically, so this blog touches on many aspects of the nation of Our New Anahuac: economy, philosophy, art, spirituality, politics, education, as all of these concepts are part of our nation.

The posts on this blog are written by Hector Chavana Jr., an organizer, activist and business owner in Houston, TX.  He is a real estate broker and insurance agent. He also publishes El Pueblo Newspaper in Houston.

He is involved with La Raza Justice Movement.  He has a BA in political science from the Honors College at The University of Houston.  In 2008 has was given the Nahuatl name of Tlacaelel.

This blog started with the first blog post on June 7, 2009.  The previous posts were imported from

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