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Again, on a underground stats, I was able to initiate a project that I believe would bring a lot of good to the Latino community in the Bronx. I am very Excited to announce that E.A.R.L.Y (Educational Assistance and Resources for the Latin-American Youth) has initiated and is currently in search of partner and volunteers who can be part o this amazing and helpful initiative for our community!!

I Have initiated a Kickstarter page, began to spread the word to many of the parents around my community and ask for those who believe in this project to do the same. Thank you all for the support!!

Why is it so hard to find educational resources for latino families????!!!!

Being in a foring country even if it is for action can become a very stressful situation, yet this problem doesn’t compare to the sleepless nights many parents face when dealing with their whats’ and hows’ to to the problematics with dealing with a child who has intellectual disabilities. Why is it so hard, we ask well  to answer this question have to go to what is a Latino? Why is it when we talk about Latino Culture we all can identify the latest latino pop-star, soap “actress” etc. Yet if you a parent of a child who is diagnosed with intellectual retardation there is absolutely no tag with Latino.

It can be extremely frustrating yet, anger can be the spark to change!!!!!!!!!!

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Getting Personal: Why you should wear a White Ribbon on Nov. 25


<3 the way this is written1! completely agree!!

Originally posted on Raise Him Right:

November 25th is White Ribbon day, and I’ll be wearing mine with pride. White Ribbon is Australia’s only national, male led campaign to end men’s violence against women. Fortunately, people are beginning to realise what this organisation has known for years: gender-based violence is a men’s issue too.

There are real primary prevention strategies that could end this totally curable social disease. That’s why I’m encouraging parents and the community at large to get on board this truly game-changing campaign. It is achievable to end domestic violence, rape and sexual assault. It is achievable to never have your son, daughter, mother, father, friend or partner experience these horrors. It is achievable to live in a society that treats men and women and equals.

Sexual violence and sexism affects all of us in some way, even if we don’t know exactly how. The cost of violence against women to the…

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Racism: Twitter Tracks It & Students Watch It.


:0! Social media becomes a catalyst for all the wrong thoughts sometimes!!

Originally posted on MrMilitantNegro™:

By Jueseppi B.
By Jueseppi B.


Twitter Hate Speech Map Pinpoints Racist, Homophobic Hotspots Across U.S.



The most hateful tweeters in the United States tend to live in the eastern half of the country, according to a new map that pinpoints hate speech from Twitter across country.


The map, created by geography students at Humboldt State University in California, looks at more than 150,000 geocoded tweets (tweets that say where the user is located) between June 2012 and April 2013, sorting for those that contained a racist, homophobic or anti-disability word. The researchers then decided whether or not the tweet was using the word in a hateful way.



Explore the map for yourself on the project’s website.


According to our analysis: A majority of hateful tweets are coming from smaller towns and more rural areas. For example, some of the…

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Orange Is the New Black Season 2: The Best Thing on TV This Month


TV Binge tonight!!! #OITNB

Originally posted on Deepak verma:

I binge-watched season one of Orange Is The New Black in 24 hours when it released on Netflix last year. Actually, make that 13 hours. I was hooked from pilot and literally didn’t stop watching till the end of the final episode.Read more…
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Only Rich Kids Should Go to College



Originally posted on TIME:

Should only rich kids go to college? It seems like an absurd question. Yet evidence keeps mounting that, financially speaking, if you must borrow to pay for college you might be just as well off skipping higher education and going straight to work.

Some 37% of American households headed by an adult under the age of 40 have student loans outstanding—the highest share ever, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center. Their median student debt: $13,000. College loans in total run about $1 trillion and the Pew findings show that this burden weighs heavily on the finances of young Americans.

Households headed by a young college graduate with student loans outstanding have a typical net worth of just $8,700—a pittance compared to the typical $64,700 net worth of similar households only with no student loans outstanding. But that’s just the start. Those with student loans have total…

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Pomegranate, lime and rose sorbet.


A summer MUST!

Originally posted on In Vegetables We Trust:

No posts for a while, and i have the usual excuses for non-frequent blogging that can be summed up by saying “sometime life be cray cray”. But sometimes you need to take a day out from all the cray and spend some time stirring sorbet at regular intervals. It’s very therapeutic ya know.

I love this recipe, cause, well, i cant commit to buying an ice cream maker (one of many, many life problems). You can easily switch this up by using raspberry juice or whatever juice has been sitting, neglected, in a tetra pack carton at the back of your fridge. Switch up the flavors and make this recipe your own, if you choose to go with the rose/pomegranate/lime combo however, you are left with a sorbet that makes a beautifully fragrant pallet cleanser after a fiery meal. So chillax with a glass of something and eat the whole…

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Top 5 Mistakes we’ve Made & how you can Learn from them


FYI, sunday!

Originally posted on thefutchlife:

1. Not enough communication
Communication in any relationship is key but especially in a romantic one because this is the individual that you are spending the majority of your time around and with. In the beginning of any relationship, there’s that period of intense interest, in discussing and learning about one another, and the foundation of your relationship is built on that—as you become serious and start to incorporate changes into both of your lives, you might notice that there is a lack of communication from when you first started. Shifts, such as business at work, starting a family, and the standard routine that you’ve fallen into can create a lack of communication, causing your relationship to experience more than necessary unwarranted arguing. We noticed a lack of communication when we would randomly start arguing over minor things allowing the stress of what’s happening outside of our relationship to influence…

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