Huong, a Vietnam War survivor that came to the U.S. in 1975, expresses her views on immigration through the use of art. Her particular focus has been on creating a mural that is eight feet high and 400 feet long, containing over 200 quotations about American immigration from political and social leaders. She has also left open spaces throughout the mural, which allows viewers to add their own...
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“Mi Viejito” - San Jose Poet Yosimar Reyes writes about his grandfather traveling to America from Mexico and living in America.
Opinion: are you Mexican enough?
univisionnews: Let her be Mexican: Ruth Clayton’s identity is constantly being challenged. By GABRIEL MEDINA ARENAS Maybe it’s white Americans offering you a backhanded compliment: “You don’t look Mexican. You’re not fat or short,” they’ll say. Or it might be fellow Mexicans in the U.S. telling you that you are less Mexican than them because you don’t observe the same traditions. Read More
Latino Leaders Tire Of Waiting For Justice...
hispanictips: Quicklink: www.hispanictips.com/?p=183512 Permalink: http://www.hispanictips.com/2012/04/17/latino-leaders-tire-of-waiting-for-justice-department-to-act-on-sheriff-joe-arpaio/ Collected from: tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com Filed Under: , Essentials, Politics Tagged: Curation from: www.HispanicTips.com
“Foot Soldiers: Three young women pushing for the New York State Dream Act were arrested on Wednesday in front of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office, as they “came out” with their undocumented status in protesting for a chance at the American Dream.”