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Science and Mexicayotl

I would like to offer this perspective on science. We should be cautious about using “modern” science as the only yardstick to validate or discard certain beliefs or practices in the tradition. It should certainly be one criteria, but it should not be the only thing. Someone mentioned something about creating a bologna detector or […]

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Aspirations

What is the minimum requested or required of you by yourself, your peers and by your family in the area of ethics, morals, education, professionalism, intellectual curiosity, family life, reciprocity, civic engagement and cultural participation? This society does not expect much from our youth and will, therefore, not request or require much in the areas […]

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H*spanic

Friends, this morning, I was writing a quote as a response to a friend’s facebook post. I could not bring myself to type Hispanic in reference to our people. I usually used the word so-called before the word, but that was often clunky. I just typed H*spanic instead, since it was a quote. Just a […]

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Wealth Creation And Power In Movimiento Building

I think that sometimes my friends who think that they lean even left of me look at some of my commentary about wealth with some suspicion.  I am not rich, nor have I claimed to be, nor am I even close.  I drive a 99 Tahoe and an 03 Town Car.  But I have been […]

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Small Business Can Be One Path Forward

I have often said that small business ownership is one strategy to success for our community.  For years, scholars have documented the systematic limits and barriers for minorities in the corporate world.  One does not need to believe that every Anglo is racist to believe that there are many structural barriers which inhibit the success […]

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Latino Converts To Terrorism: Our Own Failure

There have been concerns raised by government officials about the frequency with which alleged terrorism suspects have been Latino converts to terroristic Islam, which I consider different than both radical and traditional Islam. On December 8th the FBI arrested Antonio Martinez, and charged him with planning to blow up a military recruitment center. His motive, […]

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Our Values Part II

Last week, I wrote part one of a column in which I surmised that the ultimate rise of our people will come about through a necessary change in our values.  This change is a bare minimum for us to begin our march toward a permanent solution toward our community’s problem.  The march is called Our […]

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Our Values Will Save Us

I have been a community activist since my mid-teenage years. Over the years I have been to marches and rallies from Los Angeles to Washington DC, all in the name of defending our community from differing injustices. At times, our activities have been very effective, and at times they have not been. In the past […]

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Nuestros Valores Nos Salvaran

He sido un activista comunitario desde mis años adolescentes. Durante los años he ido a las marchas y manifestaciones desde Los Angeles a Washington DC, todo en nombre de la defensa de nuestra comunidad de las injusticias diferentes. A veces, nuestras actividades han sido muy eficaces, y en ocasiones no los han sido.   En […]

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Is Comprehensive Immigration Reform The New “Nigger Bill”?

The Civil Rights Act was a piece of landmark legislation for those like MLK Jr. who had fought for years for the policy of “integration.”  However, President Johnson is often cited among white liberals as the one who really passed Civil Rights Act. Said Hillary Clinton on the campaign stump against Barrack Obama: “Dr. King’s dream […]

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