The Daily Routine of Students that Cross the Border from Mexico to Study in the United States

There are many people that wake up each day during the weekdays that cross the border from Mexico to the United States and many of these people are students. One elementary school in Calexico, California has many students that live in Mexicali, Mexico, which is across the border, and have student visas to attend Calexico

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John Leguizamo Opens up About his lack of Latino History Growing up

John Leguizamo did an interview with Vogue to promote his new one-man show, titled “Latin History for Morons.” In the show, Leguizamo discusses how Latinos should get credit for their contributions to the United States’ history. Even though he was treated differently growing up for being Latino, Leguizamo did not delve into his Latino heritage

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USPS adds Latino Cuisine to its Stamps

The U.S. Postal Service has added a fun new collection to its Forever stamps. Roy Betts, a spokesperson for the U.S. Postal Service, states: With the release of the new Delicioso Forever stamps, the U.S. Postal Service celebrates the influence of Central and South American, Mexican and Caribbean foods and flavors on American cuisine The

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