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School Stories / by Maria Hinojosa | September 6, 2013

School Stories
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Friends of Latino USA share special moments when being Latino affected their education. Their stories are funny, sad and unexpected. Featuring Representative Luis Rodriguez, Sara Inés Calderón, Gustavo Arellano, Irmary Reyes and Michele Carlo.

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OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano tells his story about bullying other kids:


Oregon professor Irmary Reyes Santos tells her school story about being subject to a language proficiency test-in spite of being a U.S. citizen:

Journalist Sara Ines Calderon tells her school story about being uncomfortable around privilege and power:

Congressman Luis Gutierrez tells his school story about being ignored because of language barriers:

Author Michele Carlo tells her story about growing up and filling out:

 

 

 

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Liliana says:

I was the quiet, studious one. Only one of the handful that went to school out of state

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