Jovita Idár, a Mexican American activist and journalist (1885-1946), helped organize the first Mexican American civil rights conference in 1911 to address racism, lynching, and dismal educational opportunities for Mexican American children.
There’s no Mexican food without cilantro — well, in theory. But some people just hate hate hate the taste of this herb. PBS explains.
Today’s episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letters F and U.
[More about deported veterans at PBS News Hour….]
You never know what kind of curiosity you’ll see on on Antique Appraisals! This video was written and directed by none other than Lalo Alcaraz’s pal and fellow cartoonist, the multi-talented Keef Knight.
Reportero follows a veteran reporter and his colleagues at Zeta, a Tijuana-based independent newsweekly, as they stubbornly ply their trade in one of the deadliest places in the world for members of the media. As the drug war intensifies and the risks to journalists become greater, will the free press be silenced?
Dressed all in black, Goth Justice Sonia Sotomayor mugs for the camera and wastes taxpayer money that could be better spent on drones, bombs and bayonets in this Sesame Street video about “careers” for girls.
In collusion with Big Bird’s socialist PBS pals, the unmarried jurist mocks the proud American tradition of Walt Disney princesses and never once mentions the proper female occupation of staying at home and cleaning the house and cooking dinner for the family.
Unashamed, the ultra-liberal home wrecker actually tells impressionable little Muppette Abby to “get a career.”
You voted for this, people. Muppets, PBS and “Hispanics.” The line to Canada forms on the right.
This ñewsweek the GOP presidential wannabe filled up POCHO’s infotainment bandwidth with debate shenanigans, Big Bird bashing, Latino-loving at Chipotle and a new commercial shot on Los Angeles’ Olvera Street.
Reaction from around the country included emergency rooms overflowing with debate drinking game alcohol poisoning cases, the previously dead Franklin Delano Roosevelt rising from grave and making a YouTube appearance, y mas mas more.
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