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This you've got to see: Luis J. Rodriguez is back for the Contemporary Writers Series

Story by Yashowanto Ghosh, Staff Writer
Photo Courtesy of Michael V. Sedano

Luis J. Rodriguez, poet, memoirist, and fiction writer, will return to Aquinas College’s Contemporary Writers Series for the season‘s third event. 445 more words


Review: Bloodline

“You remembered what Becky had said all those times about earning things, waiting for them, paying your dues through hard work and patience, going without in order to come out good in the end.   1,083 more words


Born in the US. Made in Mexico.

“The U.S-Mexican border es una herida abierta where the Third World grates against the first and bleeds. And before a scab forms it hemorrhages again, the lifeblood of two worlds merging to form a third country — a border culture. 748 more words


Hello? Am I Alone?

Hello Everyone.

Where do I even start? My name is Rosa and I am a first generation Mexican American. The reason why I wanted to start blogging is for several reasons. 988 more words

Am I Alone

Deported: A Survival Guide for Natural Born Mexicans

En el mes de noviembre empecé a preocuparme: en los Estados Unidos teniamos un presidente electo que claramente despreciaba a los mexicanos.  Esto me preocupa porqué 1-soy cuidadana de los Estados Unidos 2-soy mexicana 3-soy cuidadana binacional… 204 more words


The San Xavier Mission - Tucson

Going through my old posts about my time in States, I realised I’d neglected to write about one of my favourite experiences – visiting the San Xavier Mission. 651 more words


"Did you vote for Trump?"

If I had a *single* Mexican peso for every time I have been asked if I voted for Trump, I would probably be able to afford a penthouse in La Condesa. 1,204 more words