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Episode Info: Gray Area Episode 03: Reynaldo in Yaqui Land How can two brothers turn out so utterly different? Born 15 years apart to different fathers, Roy and Reynaldo found very different paths as they grew up. By the time he reached adulthood, Reynaldo decided he’d had enough of his brother’s criminal antics. After Roy died in prison, it took Reynaldo years before he was ready to try to make sense of the life his brother led — in fact, it took a dream. What we learned on this journey was more than just the shocking truth about Roy —  we would uncover a connection to legendary criminals and folk heroes.  We’d also dig deeply into the indigenous struggles of North America. Roy Miranda Reynaldo’s brother, RoyLike many Mexicans and Mexican-Americans, Reynaldo assumed his family’s ties to their indigenous roots were severed centuries ago. But as we discovered, that rupture was not so far in the past. The trauma and scars remain alive in the present — from massacres and enslavement to lynchings, extermination and displacement. For Reynaldo what started as a search for insight about his brother turned into a journey that spanned cultures, nations and centuries — a journey of discovery about the ongoing struggle for a sense of place and self in the American West. This is the story of Reynaldo in Yaqui Land. https://episodes.seriouslysimplepodcasting.com/A-show-about-justice-and-redemption/Episode03Reynaldo.mp3 Cemetery in Guadalupe, Arizona | Reynaldo Barrioz SHOW NOTES | Special thanks to Claudia Meléndez, Valli Barrioz, and Victor Almazán for editing help. Joaquin Murrieta JOAQUIN MURRIETA The recording of the Corrido de Joaquin Murrieta is from the public domain roots music website, Juneberry78s.com. Thanks to KRWG-TV, Las Cruces, New Mexico for excerpts from John Valadez’s interview on the program Fronteras. Here’s the entire interview about his film, “The Head of Joaquin Murrieta.” Ernesto Miranda ERNESTO MIRANDAMiranda v. ArizonaComplete NBC newscast on the death of Ernesto Mirando. Yaqui resistance leader Cajemé MUSIC Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Cajeme | Danza del Venado y Paskola Tribu YaquiLos Dandys |  Gema FEATURED MUSICBlue Dot Sess...
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