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Hispanic Heritage Month 3

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by Arturo V. Leon II Help Wanted! No _________ need apply.  The _________ are taking our jobs.  Those _________ can bearely read or write our language.  Every time I go by the _________ are so loud.  Those _________. Always drunk.  The _________ don’t have values. Catholics. Irish. Germans. Italians, Greeks. Poles. Jews. Asians. Russians. The […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2

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by Arturo V. Leon II Today’s post is going to be very very short. Today in Hispanic Heritage Month [#HispanicHeritageMonth on Twitter] we are going to examine what does Hispanic look like? The answer is quite simple. Hispanic looks like…anything you can imagine. There are Hispanic males, Hispanic females, Hispanic blonds, Hispanic brunettes, Hispanic red heads, Hispanic Catholics, Hispanic Protestants, Hispanic Jews, Hispanic […]

Freedom Tower

9/11

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by Arturo V. Leon II It’s been 14 years. Everybody who was alive has their memory of the event. And yet everybody also shares a collective memory; the images from the news burned into our brains and the unifying emotions of horror, confusion, grief, & shock. On September 11, 2001 I was a senior in high school. My […]