This chapter examines the meanings and racial representations found in a monument that is purported to represent Latino racial/ethnic histories. Studying the monument’s physical structure, interpretive plaques, and website, the authors argue that it represents a white-washed version of Tejano histories. They note that the monument elides Tejano’s African and indigenous racial histories while centering on a Spanish European identity. They conclude that the white supremacist epistemologies that underpin these narratives will impact generations of Tejanos as they encounter the monument as young children learning about Texas histories.