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not misnamed

I use to wonder
if I should have been named
something that reminds me of the nopales I eat every morning,
sautéed with tomatoes, onions, potatoes, and… 120 more words

Writings

A Setback for the (Perceived) Standard Bearer of Trying to Grow the GOP

So much of politics is based on perception.  In regards to race relations, the perception is that the Democrats are more color-conscious in their policies while Republicans are more color-blind in theirs; I know that this is an over simplification of each political party, but that’s the general consensus.   342 more words

Politics

Cinema In The Neighborhood

San Diego has a lot going for it when it comes to activities. Outdoor activities including surfing and hiking in our beaches and mountains. In our urban areas, there are hip cafes, dance studios, yoga studios, foodie inspired eateries, and shopping.  305 more words

Film

Is this proof of racism or an overreaction?

A recent article in the news caught my eye. It is on NBC News about the relatively low number of Hispanics who appear on camera in Hollywood. 518 more words

Le Guacamole..ou le concept de restauration rapide mexicaine

On attend beaucoup de cette taqueria,  installée à l’angle des rues Yves Toudic  et de Lancy, dans le 10ème arrondissement. Car oui, contrairement aux autres taquerias de Paris, le Guacamole fait partie de la… 358 more words

Latino

FaithWorks Fall Festival September 7

FaithWorks Fall Festival: God’s Work. Our Hands. Sunday, September 7, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 1015 Four Mile Road, Racine. 41 more words

Worship

Fall Festival September 7

FaithWorks Fall Festival: God’s Work. Our Hands. Sunday, September 7, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 1015 Four Mile Road, Racine. 46 more words

Atonement