Monthly Archives: July 2014

Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Estela Vasquez

“I think the whole issue has been that the economic interests that had the most to gain around energy, drilling and pipelines have tried to pull the wool over the eyes of workers….What is the sense of creating X numbers … Continue reading

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Latino Quote of the Day – Juan Felipe Herrera

If your mother tells you stories, she is a poetry maker. If your father says stories, he is a poetry maker. If your grandma tells you stories, she is a poetry maker. And that’s who forms our poetics. – Juan … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Lolita Lebron

“I had the honor of leading the act against the U.S. Congress on March 1, 1954, when we demanded freedom for Puerto Rico and we told the world that we are an invaded nation, occupied and abused by the United … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Luis Gutierrez

“I say we are the strongest, wealthiest, most powerful nation in the world, and children are coming to our borders, we should protect them.” – Luis Gutierrez, Puerto Rican United States Congressman Latino Quote Of The Day™ is curated by … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Ruben Hilare

“Aymara is more than simply a language. It is a people, culture, heritage. Our language is our soul. For us it is everything.” – Ruben Hilare, Aymara activist from Bolivia. Latino Quote Of The Day™ is curated by Bobby Gonzalez. … Continue reading

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