Biography

Welcome to our organization

We cannot be silent any longer, we need your voice to make changes!

Mission:

To be the unheard voices of the Spanish descendants, Hispanic and Latino population and to make work for change in the laws, policies, procedures, for the achievement of their rights, goals, and rightful justices.

We work as the Voice for Change through activism, research, educational,  and recovery of rights. We are an organization assisting Hispanic Latino rights and causes throughout America.

About Us

The concept of this organization has been long in the making.  Hispanics who are heirs to the Texas Spanish Land Grants needed a project that would promote activism. The founder of VOC along with other Hispanics and Latinos began to acquire help, and asked for the assistance from our attorney.  Our attorney has been leading the fight for over 18 years.

At the time no one really had time to take a project of this magnitude on. So all of the descendants began to help our attorney, and also contacted the media, law makers and politicians who could help us fight for our rights.

We Hispanics and Latinos feel taken advantage of by many of the systems in the state, local and national Governments.   Sometimes when we feel taken advantage of the better thing is to redirect that energy, that anger, that frustration with our voice. Not against those who are helping us, but for the ones who are attacking and not support us, and to find, or elect those who will support us.  The attorney’s network grew to over 15,000 people fighting for a cause.

Our goal is to engage the 22.5 million Hispanic & Latino voters throughout the United States.  Our ultimate goal is to win in the rights of the minorities from the Hispanic and Latino population.  This includes big items like immigration reform, Latino working rights and privileges. Today America is plagued with minorities whose rights are being violated.

Our History

Several years ago, we purchased Actress Jessica Biels,  Make the difference network, and it was a very successful program for years. Her program had hundreds of thousands of projects, it was way to big. Our team began to scale it down so that the causes could have better influence, and let other organizations like change.org make national campaigns.  Our team effectively created smaller local and state networks that helped charitable organizations.  Those infrastructures and organizations still exist today.  Beyond that we have helped several political campaigns be successful in different states, using our social networking and media. In January 2015 in one cause we helped feed over 100,000 hungry people.

The Hispanic Latino Network

Jan 1, 2015 we began focusing on other Hispanic and Latino issues and news.

The voice of change Hispanic Latino descendant network. We are a Hispanic Latino network focused on uniting our voice and causes to make changes for the rights of Hispanics / Latinos.

VOC is working with Hispanic & Latino organizations and people who are fighting for the rights of their family.  We have historians, attorneys, activists, politicians, and media who help us in the seeking “justice for people whose rights were taken from them by outright theft, fraud, and/or political chicanery.”

We are joining other Latino underdogs, and are constantly seeking justice for the many injustices committed against the Hispanic  Latino Americans.

We will continue to fight for our rights as members of one of the fastest growing Hispanic and descendant networks in America. The Hispanic Latino network is here for you.

This Hispanic Latino network is not only a place to join, it’s a cause, it’s a place to get active. To share your voice, to volunteer, to share your story of injustices. This site also contains articles, news, information about the grants and your rights.

Martin Luther King said “I have a dream” One man stood up and said “enough is enough.”  We the Hispanic Latino Network join together as one and say “enough is enough!”  We want equal rights as every American has. We want the Government of the United States, and State and Local Governments to ensure our rights are not being violated. We want our State and National Governments to stop stealing from us.

 Hispanics and Latinos it is time to join and fight for our rights.

The Spanish Land Grant Network History

This network began in late November 2014 helping this group of Hispanics and Latinos fight for their mineral rights in the State of Texas.

Our ultimate goal was to help our attorney and groups to force the State of Texas to release to the heirs all royalties and bonuses, that are rightfully and legally entitled. This includes  oil, gas, minerals that have been drilled, taken, dug, piped, or any other methods, in which the company must pay royalties, bonuses and other incomes to each Spanish land grant heir; past, present and future.  For years the State of Texas has held and spent the Texas Spanish & Mexican land grant heirs monies and not properly recorded this information. This network works exclusively in activism, research and recovery of mineral rights for heirs of Spanish and Mexican land grants and ‘los porciones’ in South Texas.

We began working through activism, research for the recovery of mineral rights to the heirs of Spanish and Mexican land grants and ‘los porciones’ in South Texas. At this point the Comptroller in the State of Texas will not honorably discharge the payouts. TVOC (the Voice of Change Network) is working with people who are fighting for the rights of heirs and family members of Spanish and Mexican land grants and ‘los porciones’.  We have historians, attorneys, activists, politicians, and media who help us in the seeking “justice for people whose ancestors’ land was taken from them by outright theft, fraud, and/or political chicanery.”

TVOC (the Voice of Change Network) is now cooperating with the lead attorney Mrs. Fowler, in this case, and pausing some of the efforts from this network, during the new litigation that is beginning.  Although this group of Hispanics will not remain silent, they will be active through our attorney and through this site will be silent until the litigation is complete.

We have joined other underdogs, and are constantly seeking justice for the many injustices committed against the Hispanic recipients of Spanish or Mexican land grants, as well as the portions of land bordering the Rio Grande River (los porciones), which were mapped out by government-employed surveyors following the Mexican/American war.

We are working to pass legislation that will authorize the State of Texas Comptroller to pay claims arising from legal rights to royalties from unclaimed mineral estates.

Although we are very active, we need your help. This movement has been historically long and for years we have been denied compensation on behalf of all the legally declared heirs of the Spanish and Mexican Land grantees.

Proposed amendments to the State of Texas legislation will help us further benefit from filing claims.
Legislation’s may not result in payouts, so we are seeking other avenues, through federal lawsuits, activism, elections, peaceful protests and more.

At this point the Comptroller in the State of Texas will not honorably discharge the payouts.

We will not allow the State of Texas to deprive present land and mineral title holders of their rightful claims.

We will continue to fight for our rights as members of one of the fastest growing Hispanic and descendant networks in America.

 

This site is not only a place to join a cause, it’s a site to get active.

 

This network contains past, and future events that you can get involved in. The site also contains links to our social networks where you can get involved and keep up to date with breaking news. There will also be information on how to contact your elected officials for each state.   There will be campaigns to support future legislation. Fighting on your own is difficult, but becoming one strong united voice and advocate can and will make change!

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