Jake Provencher is a student of North American History at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Jake has an affinity for Texas history and especially the legend of the Alamo and the fight for Texas independence.
In August of 2018, Jake had the opportunity to visit San Antonio and the Alamo Plaza for the first time in his life. In this conversation with Apostle Claver of RagingElephantsRadio.com, Jake describes almost a spooky loneliness as he walked through the streets of the city on a Sunday morning.
Then, Jake came across a cathedral filled with song. And, what he found inside moved him to his soul. He had discovered an extremely special place.
What moved Jake to his core? What was the special place that Jake encountered? Enjoy the RERvideo.
The conversation with Jake took place during the Texas Nationalist Movement’s Legislative Action Workshop during the months of December and January. Jake was invited to be a panelist because of his expertise on the the two independence referendums of Quebec.
Jake is currently authoring a book comparing the independence movement of Quebec to the current political winds in Texas and the #TEXIT movment.
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