Double-Latte Selection April 2012 – D.R.E.A.M. Activist
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Double-Latte Selection April 2012 – D.R.E.A.M. Activist

I originally heard about the D.R.E.A.M. or Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act through Change.org. I had gone to the site to sign another petition and a petition in support of the D.R.E.A.M. act came up as an additional petition I might be interested in signing. Upon reading the short description I knew … Continue reading

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Blog Organizing: Oldies But Goodies

So I have been doing a lot of cleaning and upgrading on my blog this month and this includes looking into the post drafts that I have. While, looking to the drafts I found some old links that I was not able to share. Well since they were already drafted I thought I would put … Continue reading

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Early bird deadline approaching! Ready to Run Campaign Training for Women

UPDATE: The Early Bird Deadline was Extended until Friday 25 February. Click Here to Apply! Have you ever thought about running for office? City Council? School Board? Maybe thought about what it would be like to be mayor of your city or town? Well then I highly suggest you check out the Ready to Run Campaign … Continue reading

Links of the Week 17 September 2010
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Links of the Week 17 September 2010

Dream Act Special Feature So I recently heard via a Political Science listserv I am on (Thank you Race & Ethnicity APSA Section) that Senator Reid is working on moving the Dream Act out of committee and on the floor for a vote. Below are some links that were shared via the listserv about the … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 10 September 2010

Top Five Where’s the outrage over immigrant slayings in Mexico? Who Gets to Review and Be Reviewed? Authors, book critics drawn from narrow pool 10 Years of “Feminism is for Everybody” I Have the Coolest Friends The Worst Toys Ever Made for Girls–Our Top Picks I don’t agree with all of the comments the author makes … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 4 September 2009

Top Five Política Alternativa It’s time for Dominican Congressional and Municipal Elections (2010)! I wish I was there to cover it! This article discusses one way many aspirants get the word out about their candidacy. President Obama: Healthcare, you Promised. This technically should be in the Oldies But Goodies Section but it was published last … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 21 August 2009

Top Five (In Order) Pride and Peril: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Why Black Colleges Might Be the Best Bargains The Women’s Crusade I admit that I have not finished reading this article, its a NYTimes Magazine article so its long. But it is a must read as it discusses the conflict of this century … Continue reading