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In the film, my father leaves me: he flees to Mexico, then to Miami, Chicago and Beaumont. Later, he escapes into romantic outings with his mistress; soon after, divorced from my mother, he slinks off to vacation in exotic European cities with his second wife. I’m outside, knocking on each door, banging on the ...

College Beat

Creating Pathways for Change Ivania Zepeda, Brown University Portuguese and Brazilian Studies Sophomore Juris Doctor Law Degree I grew up in a Latino, low-income community in the center of the second largest city in the country – Los Angeles. Downtown is the invisible epicenter of Los Angeles – home to overcrowded ...

His View

The Economic Argument for Ethnic Studies Despite the growing ethnic and racial populations in the United States, their inclusion continues to be a controversial issue across the country resulting in growing dissent and open opposition from our nation’s dominant white Eurocentric mainstream. Demographic changes are ...

¡Punto Final!

Reflections on the Past 20 Years By Rosalind Chamorro-Padilla I am filled with warm memories of Anna Maria, the founding publisher of LATINA Style, and have a clear recollection of our first meeting some 20 years ago at the Bank of America corporate offices to discuss her new publication. She was seeking ...

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