Posts Tagged as "Mexico"

Connecting Without the Internet: My three weeks in Mexico

August 26, 2014 / By
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[Translate] MARIA GARCIA/Coachella Unincorporated The life of a teenager revolves around the Internet. So imagine how I felt when I went on a family trip for three weeks to a place without Internet — a small town in Michoacan, Mexico.

I Am Joaquín Magón

July 3, 2012 / By
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[Translate] By Jesús E. Valenzuela Félix It’s been a little over a year since I started writing “The Diary of Joaquín Magón,” the blog where I share my experiences working with the United Farm Workers.

Preserving Family Traditions While Forging a New Path in a New Country

June 6, 2011 / By
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[Translate] The author’s sister, Julieta, making memelas for the family. By Maricruz Cabrera, Coachella Unincorporated The sides of my thumbs feel the burning sting as I gently dig through the soft dough of the homemade memelas.