Gebe Martinez and Maria Hernandez Ferrier tell the story of their grandmothers who achieved success against all odds. 100 year-old Maria Trevino reflects on the gunshots she heard in San Luis Potossi during the start of the Revolution and the famous restaurant she came to found. Congressman Charles Gonzalez also tells of the sacrifices made by his talented aunt.
After President Obama voiced his support for same-sex marriage last week, it has increasingly become a topic in the 2012 presidential election. In 2004 Congress considered a Constitutional Amendment banning same-sex marriage. Joining Gwen: Karen Tumulty, Time Magazine; Gebe Martinez, The Houston Chronicle, Anne Kornblut, The Boston Globe; Ceci Connolly, The Washington Post.
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