En el sur de Texas es muy común tener a estudiantes que son bilingües en los idiomas de inglés y español. Muchos de los estudiantes
An interesting thing we are taught about living in the United States when we are growing up is that America is the “land of the
Immigration legislation has a long legacy of targeting groups for mistreatment and exploitation, yet the first immigration policy was only enacted 90 years after the
You’re so American! When you were younger you were in bilingual classes but after elementary school, you completed all your school assignments in English. Most
The Holy See has played a very important role for a very long time for global issues addressing major challenges our world faces. The Holy
“The four Los Angeles police officers that had been charged with assault with a deadly weapon for the beating of Rodney King now have been
Cesar Chavez was born on a scorching hot day near Yuma Arizona on March 31st, 1927 to Mexican-American immigrant parents in a small adobe home.
Have you ever wondered what you would do without water? Water is indeed life. And without access to clean water, life’s hardships become further amplified.
La brecha digital no solo se refiere al acceso a recursos materiales como el acceso a computadoras e Internet. En cambio, el acceso a la
It was a warm September day in 1943 when Soledad Vidaurri walked her daughters, Alice and Virginia Vidaurri, and her brother’s children, Sylvia, Gonzalo Jr.,
Slavery We all are familiar with the term “slavery” and the rich and complex history it holds for the United States of America. The basic
On the night of May 31, 1921, the black community of Tulsa Oklahoma’s Greenwood district would fall victim to one of the deadliest and most
El término ‘Latinx’ es un concepto relativamente nuevo y muy controversial en nuestra sociedad. Para algunos, es un ejemplo de la gentrificación de la cultura
After a Tetris game with the luggage, a couple of naps, and a karaoke session our group of students had finally made it to the
WARNING: This article contains a detailed description of a sexual assault story. Raquel’s husband is killed while at work. Days after his death, a group
On the outskirts of the small town of Parkersburg, West Virginia, Wilbur Earl Tennant owned a ranch in crisis. At least one hundred calves and
Some children grow up fortunate enough to confidently know that a hot meal awaits them once they return home from school. Yet many more children
Edwin Romero worked at a low-paying clothing factory in his native Honduras. In 2017, Juan Orlando Hernandez, then President of Honduras, was running for re-election.
“Sometimes I’ll start a sentence in Spanish y termino en español.”1 Este fenómeno lingüístico se llama cambio de código. Code switching, o cambio de código,