The TNM believes that it is important that we not only remember the legacy of those who fought and died for Texas independence. We believe that their legacy should be properly memorialized and honored. The Alamo, as the “Shrine of Texas Liberty” is one of the most hallowed site in Texas history and its defenders the most revered.
Since 2012, on the 2nd Saturday of every month, members of the Texas Nationalist Movement gather in San Antonio to memorialize the defenders of the Alamo by silently marching to the front of the Alamo and placing a wreath. No matter the weather, we march and we remember.
We welcome the participation of all who wish to honor the memory of those who gave their lives for the cause of a free and independent Texas and follow two simple guidelines.
- The march is completely silent and orderly. This is a memorial, not a rally.
- No signs or banners. We are there to memorialize, not politicize.
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On the 2nd Saturday of every month members of the Alamo Guard gather at the Alamo to memorialize those who lost their lives there in 1836. The march begins at the back corner of the Alamo, stops at the chapel for a placing of the wreath, continues with a march around the perimeter of the complex and ends at its starting location.Find out more »