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Re: “Community Members Release Statement In Opposition of Tucson Women's March

I WAS at the meetings where the complaint was made. The 2 women who made this accusation never allowed anyone to speak to the women or get their names of the women that this was supposed to have happened to.
All they did was scream at the women who were there, women of all types, women who did all the work, who always do all the work and never get the credit. Women who do the foot work for the campaigns, the movements, the organizations.
Now we want to work for Women's Rights: Not be the coffee getters for organizations that ignore our lives as women. We want the ERA, we want Deaths of Young Women that are not being investigated, be they whatever skin tone or age, to be investigated, we are willing to work for equal pay for all women, healthcare, education, mother's children in cages and the end and awareness of the violence against all women to be recognized and stopped.
The whole program, completely, was in English, Spanish, sign language and some in Tohono.
If you subscribe to gossip, then I'm sorry , for the ones that denighed themselves the richness of the day.
Nobody is perfect, no group or action is perfect.
We do what we can, and if I may quote the great philosopher, " I am what I yam and that's all that I yam."

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Posted by chuparosa on 01/21/2019 at 6:36 PM

Re: “Ask a Mexican!

¡Que Onda, Sr. Mexiciano!

la Mexcana, quien es la más importante inspracíon para me es Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz.

Tenga un muy bien dia,
Salle Hunter
Tucson AZ

Posted by chuparosa on 08/05/2011 at 5:09 PM

Re: “D.O.A.

We here in the Southwest, have conveniently forgotten the Colorado water we are drinking, spraying our golf courses, filling our pools and washing our dishes not too long ago watered the ranches, fincas and ejidos of Northern Mexico.
What once brought life to Northern Mexico is now a parched wasteland.
What would we do if somehow the Mississippi didn't flow?
Just a piece of the suffering of the Boarderlands.

Posted by chuparosa on 08/26/2010 at 11:36 AM

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