She was originally from Nuevo León, Mexico, but was forced to flee with her sister Teresa to Texas where she published two newspapers from exile in San Antonio, the feminist newspaper La Mujer Moderna (The Modern Woman, 1910) and the revolutionary El Obrero (The Worker).
She died in San Antonio.
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Milenio Online, Griselda Zarate, 09/03/2010. Accessed June 2011. (Includes Photograph)