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The Bitter and Sweet Curse

Word. To be a person of color—a brown soul—in the midst of political chaos in the early 21st century, means to traverse a valley of hopelessness, a bunch of roller coasters of thoughts, and no solutions because you barely have time for the news. 390 more words

MEXICO (Univision) STRIKES BACK! The Broadcasting Giant is cutting all ties with Donald Trump including Miss USA


Its time Donald to use those negotiation skills he says he is famous for. On Thursday, Univision said its entertainment division is “ending the company’s business relationship with the Miss Universe Organization, which is part-owned by Donald J. 115 more words


Donald Trump for President? #Vote

      Currently, as I am sitting down, scrolling thru my Facebook, and sipping on my much needed passion tea lemonade from Starbucks, I see all of this negativity towards Donald Trump and I’m wondering to myself “Why, what did he do?” 660 more words

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My Experience As An Undergraduate Student: Fairhaven College (WWU)


Reflecting on the higher education process I experienced is a rather difficult act to accomplish. Sometimes I think I changed for good, while other times I’m stuck wondering for whose sake—for society’s, my family’s, or me? 4,341 more words


1990s Musical Passports: Redefining Assimilation and Creating a Place through Rap, Hip Hop, & Tejano

I Reminisce: Intro to Creating a Place

I reminisce of those constant days spending hours upon hours in my tio’s (uncle) studio. We would go in before noon, and as soon as we were done from studio time, darkness had set in. 3,825 more words

Juan Felipe Herrera named U.S. poet laureate, the first Latino in history to receive the honor
  • Herrera’s family immigrated to California from Mexico in the early 20th century, becoming migrant farm laborers.
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