Monthly Archives: October 2014

Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Milagros Peña

 “..nosotros los Chicanos straddle the borderlands… deep in our hears we believe that being Mexican has nothing to do with which country one live in. Being Mexican is a state of soul- not one of citizenship” –  Milagros  Peña, Chicana scholar, author, … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Carlos Fuentes

“Yo no soy mexicano. Yo no soy gringo. Yo no soy chicano. No soy gringo en USA y mexicano en Mexico. Soy chicano en todas partes. No tengo que asimilarme a nada. Tengo mi propia historia.”         … Continue reading

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Latino Quote of the Day – Angy Rivera

“There are many misconceptions about the undocumented community, one being that they don’t pay taxes. Another, that undocumented immigrants are only Mexican or align with one political party.”                     – Angy Rivera, Colombian undocumented immigrant activist.   Latino Quote Of … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Tim Z. Martinez

“Children should be taught that the appreciation of their heritage does not merely occur once a year, each fall, but it happens every single day of their lives. Every time they look in the mirror they should find every reason … Continue reading

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Latino Quote of the Day – Naomi Helena Quiñonez

“An eye dark as shadows/that bury the temples  deep in the image of reflected haze.  Still wet from waters of Aztec baptismal  an ancient face lingers at the edge of my soul.”                  – Naomi Helena Quiñonez, mestiza poet and … Continue reading

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