Another Way That Teachers Matter For Latino Kids

Another Way That Teachers Matter For Latino Kids

NewsTaco May 23, 2017

*Science tells us that ethnic and racial minority kids do better in more diverse schools. The question before us is if the educational leadership in the White House believes in […]

How I’m teaching my children to deal with a Trump presidency

NewsTaco November 10, 2016

*Good advice that many parents are seeking in the wake of the election. VL By Ray Salazar, The White Rhino (2.5 minute read) My head was spinning at 12:30 a.m. […]

On being “La Gordiflona”

May 1, 2014

By Juliet de Jesus Alejandre, Latina Voices “Gordiflona,” I would hear mamí whisper to my aunt, as I skip alongside them on our walk to the store. Moments before, my straight […]

How To Afford To Keep Your Kid In College

November 15, 2013

By Mariela Dabbah, Mamiverse Many parents can’t figure how to afford to keep their kid in college. Given the high cost of a college education these days, a hefty college tuition bill […]

The Secret Of La Chancla

April 25, 2012

Dad may have the belt but Mom is armed with “la chancla” which manages to strike just as much fear into little Latino hearts as pain onto behinds.   Our […]

Sinvergüenza Spotlight: Bad Parents

October 13, 2011

Perhaps you were raised by sinvergüenza parents.  Perhaps you’re a parent yourself and have yet to discover that, yes, you are shameless and your kids cringe and die a little […]

It’s Show Time: The First Day Of School

August 30, 2011

Today I am back on the clock. The morning ritual begins at 6 a.m. I walk into the bathroom and pull back my hair and wash my face with cold […]