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Russell Contreras Jun 1
A Chicano is the boxing world heavyweight champion of the world!!!
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Raquel Pomplun Dec 23
Hello, I am , I am a hybrid: when the Mexican is lacking, the American kicks in, and viceversa 😅😅😅😅 Happy Peeps
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bettysarahirdz 20h
We are distanced by race, boarders and other limitations in todays society. But I believe in a GOOD God. A God that makes us whole and perfects us when he allow him to work in our lives. I thank him for keeping me safe and VICTORIOUS
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Stephanie Aug 4
I am American. Laughing at the mention of killing my immigrant parents shakes me to my core. The President wants immigrants dead and is getting his wish. I'm heartbroken.
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Ginjah Bird, Ph.D. 🤸 Sep 15
Today's honors Ynés Mexía; the most accomplished that you've never heard of! Hats off to , and especially to , kicking butt & taking names since 1925!
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Josesito Lopez Sep 30
I was just a poor, skinny Mexican from Riverside! That Never Gave Up!!
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V. Castro Jun 28
Replying to @Gabino_Iglesias
I want people to read this because as a woman I wanted to create a story where women become greater than their assigned place. Brown women should bury their fear not their babies
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Sarah Rodriguez Mar 11
*NEW ARTICLE ALERT* Written with my colleague Kelty Garbee and my student Elizabeth Martínez-Podolsky!
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Mayra D. Jun 11
Unpopular opinion but I support the Men’s team for Mexico and women’s team for USA. Been like that my whole life. lol please tell me I’m not the only one right? 🇲🇽🇺🇸
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Josesito Lopez Mar 20
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U.S.-Mexico Foundation Sep 23
WILL HE BE THE FIRST MEXICAN-AMERICAN ON THE U.S. SUPREME COURT? He is Justice Mariano-Florentino (Tino) Cuéllar, born in Matamoros, Tamaulipas. Read more about him 👇🏼
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David-James Gonzales Jan 16
A brief history of street gangs. This is not a glorification of gang culture or criminal activity, it’s an exploration into the deeper social/communal purpose they serve & the structural inequities they arise out of.
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Mexican Judge Sep 12
Replying to @laloalcaraz
...lyrics by Germaine, show runner Mike Rubiner and yours truly, Lalo Alcaraz! Click through to watch the show opener and hear the song!
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Arlene 💜 Jul 31
My parents who immigrated from Mexico gave birth to this educated Latina 🇲🇽❤️ A future social worker just trying to change lives and make America great 🇺🇸💕 #2019
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Sep 15
As the first congresswoman, I wish you a happy ! Our community is diverse, dynamic, talented, and hardworking. They are central to America's history and essential to America's greatness.
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The Nasiona Nov 9
In this wide-ranging interview, we explore 's identity, colorism, linguistic isolation, cultural hybridity, class migration, her social justice work, how her play is relevant to current events, & more
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cute bug gorl steff 🐝🦒 Aug 11
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Derek Wolff Aug 30
Couldn’t be more proud of my Abuela earning her American citizenship today. God has blessed her through thick and thin, goes to show nothing is impossible when you put your heart and soul into it.
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Mom and Baby Feb 25
Replying to @rebandbaby
As a single mother of a baby boy who is a gold level member with Delta, I have been discriminated, socially abused, rejected priority, and denied as an American Citizen.
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Robert Sanchez 24 Jan 19
Good job, ⁦⁩. As a Mexican American whose family has lived in Chavez Ravine since the late 40s, and as a dodger fan whose father has worked at the Stadium for over 40 years, I know the conflict well.
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