Quiz: How much RGV history do you know? Kurt Ramirez and Eduardo MartinezApril 27, 20180 Comments0 min read 1. How many counties make up the RGV? 5 6 3 4 Continue >> 2. Which school had the first-ever conjunto program in the nation? PSJA North High School with Oscar Hernandez Edcouch-Elsa High School with Benny Layton Los Fresnos High School with Juan Longoria, Jr. La Joya ISD High School with Cecilio Garza Continue >> 3. What was the name of the queer youth collective that was a contingent of the Valley Voice group in the 1980s and 1990s? The Little Darlings Valley Vanguard Trendy Queers La Ola Lila Continue >> 4. What year did the Edcouch-Elsa High School Walkout happen? 1966 1971 1968 1970 Continue >> 5. When was the first Trans Town Hall? 1999 2017 2018 2007 Continue >> 6. What was the main issue that Union y Fuerza and their supporters were protesting the day of the Pharr Riot on Feb. 6, 1971? Police brutality Cantinas near neighborhoods in ‘Pharr Chiquito’ Voter fraud Discrimination at PSJA High School Continue >> 7. What future World Wrestling Federation star graduated from Mission High School? Eddie Guerrero Reina Gonzalez Koy Detmer Tito Santana Continue >> 8. Why did the Texas Farmworkers Union march from San Juan to Austin, then from Austin to D.C. in 1977? To fight against the use of the short-handled hoe, aka el cortito To protest the INS and to create national and international solidarity network against INS raids. To protest against the Texas Rangers and their legacy of violence against Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in Texas. To demand human rights for farmworkers and to repeal ‘Right to Work’ laws protected in the Taft-Hartley Act Continue >> 9. The University of Texas-Pan American was founded in 1927. True or false? False True Continue >> 10. What year was the Historical County Historical Museum/Museum of South Texas History founded? 1950 1969 1927 1967 Continue >> RGV History Trivia - Next: Willacy County to re-open notorious detention center RGV History Trivia - RGV History Trivia - PLAY AGAIN ! Our country needs more Latinx media representation. Click here to make a donation today to help amplify Latinx voices from the Texas-Mexico border.