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Another crowned Queen joins the anti-LGBT dark side

01/11/2014 Jorge Amaro

We cannot allow our Golden State, which has some of the most comprehensive protections for LGBT people and minorities, to regress into a one with a climate of hostility and fear. The fight for full equality for all calls for our combined efforts in order to successfully stop Lozano, Verastegui and their anti-LGBT group from importing hate into our state. […]

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Loteria

01/09/2014 Eric Valenzuela

Loteria is Spanish for lottery and the first games of this type came over from Spain in the 1700s. At first, they were hobbies of the wealthy but eventually they found their way in local fairs and parties. […]

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On a Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace

01/09/2014 The Trail of Dreams

On January 1, 2010, four young people embarked on a 1,500-mile walk from their home in Miami, FL, to Washington, D.C. in support for an immigration reform and the Dream Act. One more tme, this is their story as they document it in their blog, trail2010.org. […]

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The Spanglish of the cholo

01/09/2014 Eric Valenzuela

This isn’t the typical Spanglish where one might say carro instead of coche, or always answer with “que” when “mande usted” would be more appropriate. No, this is more like saying “watcha,” or “trucha”. […]

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A PATH WITH HEART: Palin the Diva

Former politicians should not act as Hollywood divas when their public experiences and opportunities were possible thanks to American taxpayers. At the very least, they should be more compassionate when public schools are involved. […]