Tag Archives: Poetry
Jose Marti

Cuban National Hero José Martí: Poet, Writer, Activist

By Victoria Cepeda, Efrain Nieves Every time we write on historical figures, during the research process, our options, on what to bring you, expand. Thus, in our quest for content we are naturally pulled to where it all began for Native and non-Native Latin American. We are often taken back to the time when the Spanish ruled most of the […]

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by Tamara G. Saliva Lets play the blame game, point fingers, name names, take trips with guilt and cry over spilt milk. Lets close our eyes after walking in with our eyes open, forget about love, allow hate to defeat us. Lets regret beautiful moments in the past. Lets allow anger to consume us, so […]

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El Desfile De Ti

By Michael Mueller (For all of you who like and don’t like the parade, there is alot to be proud of regardless) Boricuas march for what you believe Boricuas march for the ideas you conceive Boricuas march for your social preservation Boricuas march for every future generation Boricuas march for the flag that you wave Boricuas […]

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