Monthly Archives: October 2013

Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Jorge Borges

“Any life, no matter how and complex it may be, is made up of a single moment – the moment in which a man finds out, once and for all, who he is.” – Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986), Argentinean author. … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Rosa Clemente

“Not only do you speak out — you act against power…That’s putting your body on the line…You’re putting your freedom on the line… The only way we keep that going as Latino and Latina people is to be right in … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Irma Pineda

“the sea was once our glory   but long ago stopped making fish and now it vomits rusty cans.”                   – Irma Pineda, Zapotec, Mexican Indigenous poet. Latino Quote Of The Day”™ is curated by Bobby Gonzalez. Bobby González is … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Raul Julia

“Once you are willing to take responsibility for your life you become a master of it and you expand – you become more alive and healthier, mentally and physically.”                               –  Raul Julia (1940-1994) Puerto Rican actor.  Latino Quote Of … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Pancho Villa

“There can never be peace as along as one man has his belly full and another is starving.”        –    Francisco “Pancho” Villa (1878-1923).  Mexican revolutionary leader  Latino Quote Of The Day™ is curated by Bobby Gonzalez. Bobby González is a … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Camilo Jose Cela

“There are two kinds of man: the ones who make history and the ones who endure it.” – Camilo Jose Cela (1916-2002), Spanish author. Latino Quote Of The Day™ is curated by Bobby Gonzalez. Bobby González is a nationally known … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – José Angel Buesa

“You will pass through my life without knowing that you passed. You will pass in silence for my love, and, in passing by, I’ll pretend a smile, like a sweet contrast Of the pain of loving you… and you’ll never … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Cherríe Moraga

“Female sexuality must be controlled, whether it be by the Church or the State….Patriarchal systems…determine when and how women reproduce.”                  –     Cherríe Moraga, Chicana writer, feminist activist, poet, essayist, and playwright. Latino Quote Of The Day”™ is curated by Bobby … Continue reading

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Latino Quote of the Day – Roque Dalton

“…my veins don’t end in me but in the unanimous blood of those who struggle for life, love, little things, landscape and bread, the poetry of everyone.”                 –    Roque Dalton (1935-1975), Salvadoran poet and journalist.   Latino Quote Of … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Luis Valdes

“No Statue of Liberty ever greeted our arrival in this country…we did not, in fact, come to the United States at all. The United States came to us.”  –    Luis Valdes, Chicano playwright, actor, film director. Latino Quote Of The … Continue reading

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