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Quotable Women ~ May 22nd

My mother never made me do anything for my brothers, like serve them. I think that’s an important lesson, especially for the Latino culture, because the women are expected to be the ones that serve and cook and whatever.

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Quotable Women ~ March 31st

“My mother was a dominant force in our family. And I always saw her as the leader. And that was great for me as a young woman, because I never saw that women had to be dominated by men.” 9 more words


A Latina's Perspective on Feminism

By Mariana Morales

Growing up, I never really understood why my mom and sister would complain about the daily chores. I would say to myself, housework can’t be that hard: you just sweep the floor, clean the restroom, wash dishes, and make food. 878 more words


Dolores Huerta says hello. The Last March and funeral of Cesar Chavez

The bulletin from the Associated Press flashed across the computer in The Bakersfield Californian’s photo department a few minutes after 9 am on Friday, April 23, 1993. 3,319 more words

Prep roundup: Rocky finishes second in Windsor Duals

The Rocky Mountain High School boys wrestling team placed second overall out of 10 teams competing in the Windsor Duals at Windsor High School on Saturday. 507 more words


Dolores Huerta: A Labor of Rights

Dolores Huerta visited Cal Poly Pomona and it was a great inspiration for many of us students. It was right before the mid term election too, which was one of the topics that she spoke about. 198 more words

News Taco: For Texas Latinos, Voting Rights is Voter Education

Can you guess how many eligible Latino voters in Texas did not vote in the 2012 elections? 61%

I was surprised by that percentage too. Close to 4 million Latinos were eligible to vote in Texas, but 61 percent chose not too.   138 more words

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