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A National Museum

Posted by ritualground on March 24, 2007

At The Unapologetic Mexican, Nezua blogs about the debate surrounding the proposal for a National Museum dedicated to Latino history and culture:

Should there be a National Museum of the American Latino Community? At first, it seems very exciting, because as Roger Hernandez puts it in Showcase Latinos in Smithsonian, there is so much about the history of Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, and Cubans integral to America’s history that is unknown to the mainstream and not included in our body of common knowledge.

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Choices

Posted by Jack Stephens on March 13, 2007

hey! what if the people controlled the resources? You know, the people who work with and use those resources? Is it so radical to think that the resources of the Earth should be used to the benefit of humanity (and a healthy earth is to the benefit of humanity mind you, lest I be accused of being species-centric! haha).

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