Archive | April, 2011

The Budget Cut Impact on Latinos

By Efrain Nieves and Victoria Cepeda We unite to the voices clamoring for a reduction of spending to enable our country to get back on the right track. That is an honest sentiment. However, when the road to that stability crosses path with fairness it becomes hard to swallow. VotoLatino  recently shared an article, originally […]

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A Change Of Focus

by Michael Muller As the seasons change so my focus must change as some things I see are not what they seem. I must roll with the changes and not dwell in the darkness not letting that darkness bring me down. I can send my love through letters through texts and through whole hearted prayer. […]

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The Marathon Runner: Doroteo Guamuch Flores

by Efrain Nieves In 490 B.C. Pheidippides, a Greek messenger, was sent from the battlefield of Marathon to Athens to announce that the Persians had been defeated in the Battle of Marathon.  After reaching Athens he approached the leaders and gasped, “Rejoice! We Conquer!” and then collapsed.  This event inspired the modern day Olympic marathon established in 1896, which in turn inspired the oldest […]

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