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Dual Language Instruction in Texas public schools: Language advocates, school boards and administrators must operate on the same plane

The July 2021 edition of IberoAztlan focuses on bilingual education in Texas, and on dual language education, in particular. One segment of the edition consists of the early 1930s education articles printed by Texas Outlook.  The second segment consists of interviews of three Mexican American educators and advocates of dual language instruction. The third segment …

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Dr. Mario Longoria: Latinos in American Football

I recently read an excellent review of a new book by Mario Longoria and Jorge Iber,  Latinos in American Football: Pathbreakers on the Gridiron, 1927 to the Present.   The review, published in the prestigious  journal, Choice,  commented that based on personal interviews and related research, “the authors tell stories of hardship, racism, dedication, and triumph…The careers …

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About Tino Villanueva

TINO VILLANUEVA is the author of six books of poetry, among them “Shaking Off the Dark” (1984); “Crónica de mis años peores” (1987) / “Chronicle of My Worst Years” (1994); “Scene from the Movie GIANT” (1993), which won a 1994 American Book Award; and “Primera causa / First Cause” (1999), a chapbook on memory and …

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Scene from the Movie GIANT – A poem By Tino Villanueva Part 4

IV     The Trailing Consequence: A Triptych                                                                       I Journey Home   The picture show, three-and-a-half hours of it, Was over; the credits, so many ascended into immortality. The fiery art of film had sent my head buzzing—: I rose in penumbra, vexed at the unwinding course of truth and was now lost …

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