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Arizona One Step Closer To Destroying Ethnic Studies

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El Salvador – Comida (Part II)

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I promised more traditional food in this post but first, cotton candy, because I paid $2 for this photo.



What happened was this - I saw the girl making cotton candy and I tried to take her p...
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Thandie Newton: Embracing otherness, embracing myself | Share on LinkedIn

Actor Thandie Newton tells the story of finding her "otherness" -- first, as a child growing up in two distinct cultures, and then as an actor playing with many different selves. A warm, wise talk, fresh from stage at TEDGlobal 2011.
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Arizona One Step Closer To Destroying Ethnic Studies

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Growing Up with Hair Rollers and Bobby Pins | New Latina

Growing Up with Hair Rollers and Bobby Pins | New Latina | Culture & Heritage | Scoop.it
At the age of 10, my mother could no longer manage my hair.
“You have too much hair…I can’t deal with it…” she would say repeatedly in Spanish, as she brushed and pulled my thick and wavy hair into three tamed colitas (horse’s tails) — one on top, two on the sides.
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Keeping Cultural Traditions Alive and Passing Them Down to Our Children — ModernMami™.com

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A mother of bilingual and bi-cultural children shares her daughter’s first time experiencing a typical Puerto Rican parranda during a visit to the island of Puerto Rico.
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Raising Latino Children and Passing Down Pride for Latino Culture — ModernMami™.com

Raising Latino Children and Passing Down Pride for Latino Culture — ModernMami™.com | Culture & Heritage | Scoop.it
When raising children of Latino heritage in the United States, how can parents pass down pride for their Latino culture?
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El Salvador – Comida (Part I)

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A big part of the trip was of course, eating, and I ate as if making up for lost time, because I was.

You see, the first time I went to El Salvador in 1999, I really missed out on this aspect o...
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"Bean Pie, My Brother?"

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In the Name of Culture: Simple Ways to Keep our Latino Heritage Alive | New Latina

In the Name of Culture: Simple Ways to Keep our Latino Heritage Alive | New Latina | Culture & Heritage | Scoop.it
When I moved to this country as a teenager many years ago, I was baffled by the terminology many used to describe me. They called me Latina or Hispanic, but I had no idea what they meant because I described myself as peruana.
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Trading Lunches

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Share and Enjoy, Por Favor: Un poquito mas:She is Easy Book Fodder Chacho Goes to Preschool For the Love of Pastelitos...
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Keeping Your Heritage Alive | Multicultural Familia™

Keeping Your Heritage Alive | Multicultural Familia™ | Culture & Heritage | Scoop.it
As an immigrant living in the United States it is very difficult to maintain one’s culture and identity intact, since it’s only natural to be influenced by our new lifestyle and the predominant culture...
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