Monthly Archives: November 2014

Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Linda Celeste Sims

“How can you make something that you do every day taste, look, feel different? That’s what separates a dancer and an artist. I want to be an artist.”  –  Linda Celeste Sims, Nicaraguan/Dominican dancer.   Latino Quote Of The Day™ is … Continue reading

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Latino Quote Of The Day™ – Linda Escalante

“It is time for younger Latinos to step into their role as the next generation of American environmental stewards because despite the passing of time, generations and borders, our respect and love for “mother earth” is a value that we … Continue reading

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Latino Quote of the Day – Roberto Lovato

“Right now, most Latino voters know that they don’t like what the Democrats are doing, but they don’t know why Obama is worse on deportation than all presidents in U.S. history combined. So they don’t know what to think and … Continue reading

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Latino Quote of the Day – Karla Lara

“It is a country that has been very silent because of a strong U.S. military presence. So we’re learning to create these political spaces now. The most important thing for people to know now is that we are organizing and … Continue reading

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