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OP-ED: Sr. Lee Iacocca, por favor visítenos en el Filadelfia Latino

 08/29/2016 - 05:25
OP-ED: Sr. Lee Iacocca, por favor visítenos en el Filadelfia Latino

Me encontré con este libro de nuevo esta semana, inicialmente lo recogí hace varios años en una tienda de Barnes & Noble en Filadelfia.

Es un libro que el ex director general de la Corporación Chrysler, el Sr. Lee Iacocca, escribió, después de su cambio mágico y también polémico de la empresa fabricante de automóviles, quien es una de las "Tres Grandes" en Estados Unidos.

OP-ED: Mr. Lee Iacocca, please come visit us in Latino Philadelphia

 08/23/2016 - 15:44

I came across this book again this week, after I first picked it up several years ago in a Barnes & Noble Store in Philadelphia.

It is a book the former CEO of Chrysler Corporation, Lee Iacocca, wrote, after his magical and also controversial turnaround of the car manufacturer company, one of the "Big Three" in America.

Pintando para Libertad: Artistas organizan talleres locales para Oscar López-Rivera

 08/22/2016 - 14:13
Oscar Lopez Rivera.

En conjunción con una exposición titulado, "Una Sola Voz", Marisol Vélez-Aquino y Gustavo Santiago-Jiménez están organizando talleres titulados, “Oscar López, el Educador”. La iniciativa fue creada para ayudar a los estudiantes a entender el impacto de nacionalista puertorriqueño Oscar López-Rivera.

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Jamila Johnson

[OP-ED]: Why I failed to become an Engineer..

 08/16/2016 - 17:33

Well, there were already 2 in my family. 

My brother Agustín, Electrical Engineer, and my brother Raúl, who just retired from his noble profession, after a long and meritorious career as a Mechanical Engineer.

At age 16, I wanted to be, if not "somebody", at least somebody else.

Make my life count for something —not like in an act of heroism— but, in a more earthly purpose, to avoid being a blatant redundancy.

Or perhaps, God forbids, a plain-vanilla, mediocre, self-conceited brat.

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Children play on Aug. 23, 2017, at a center of the Los Patojos alternative education project founded by Juan Pablo Romero to get kids off the streets and give them a better start in life, in Jocotenango, Guatemala, long known for its street gangs and violence. EPA-EFE/Esteban Biba
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Ten years ago, Juan Pablo Romero decided to open a place in his childhood home to get the youngsters off the street of Guatemala.