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I love Carnival.  I suspect that the word ‘Carnival’ has conjured up images of feather clad women shaking their booties to a heavy samba beat and that’s why you’re nodding in agreement.   769 more words


European, Indigenous and African in Mexicans

I love personal stories and to see how they are part of that bigger picture. I have always been fascinated by the history of the borderlands. 141 more words

Hispanic And Latino Americans

TCK Cultural Identity – Noelle Stevenson’s Nimona

The story begins as young Nimona approaches the villainous Lord Blackheart and asks to be his sidekick to help him fight his nemesis Sir Goldenloin and the evil Institution. 245 more words

Cultural Identity

Spanish-dominant Bilingual Youth

Bilingual youth who construct their vocabulary between what they learned at home in Spanish and what they learned at school or work in English are more comfortable with a casual language among their peers that mixes phrases and words of these two languages. 45 more words

Marketing To Latinos

Ethical and interpersonal challenges of researching with Aboriginal communities

Last week I attended a lecture by Dr. Brett Baker which was part of the University of Melbourne Office of Research Ethics and Integrity’s seminar series. 689 more words

Reflective Research

With Ewe, It's Personal: The Fear Of Re-learning My First Language

When I was seven years old, I decided that my first language Ewe, with its explosive consonants and abundant tones, was harsh enough to raise the dead. 652 more words

Cultural Identity

"Spanglish" Speakers

To attract “Spanglish” speakers, you need to appeal, invite, and get close to a younger generation of Latinos who do not necessarily are fully fluent in Spanish but have acquired the emotional vocabulary of their parents’ language. 35 more words

Marketing To Latinos