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Etiqueta: President Obama

Cinco de Mayo, Primero de Mayo and the Birth of the United States of América

As we marched in Primero de Mayo actions throughout the country, we celebrated and stepped towards a new, more globally connected country, the United States of América.

Salvadorans Question Obama on Anniversary of Romero’s Death

Though slightly behind the news cycle, this story about President Obama's trip to El Salvador, tries to get at the issues driving the Salvadoran death cycle we see reported- but un-analyzed- in the press.

Obama in El Salvador: ‘Trapped by History’ or ‘Space for Hope’?

Barack Obama's visit to El Salvador is now part of contemporary history. Even though, this report by Roberto Lovato highlights the expectations and hopes by the Salvadorean people of a person they still identify as a new type of American President, one more sympathetic to their plight and respectful toward their needs.

Ignoring the Murder of Brisenia Flores

The national press has barely covered little Brisenia’s murder. And there has been no call for a change in policy or temperament. Her classmates cried in a powerful show of emotion when they learned of her death but national news stations did not run to tell their stories.

The Modern, Clean-Cut Mansoners or Helter Skelters

Manson was never convicted for personally killing anyone. As a charismatic leader, he had a powerful influence on his followers – on their thinking, their feelings, their ideology or ways in which they perceive society and the world.

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Cinco de Mayo, Primero de Mayo and the Birth of the United States of América

As we marched in Primero de Mayo actions throughout the country, we celebrated and stepped towards a new, more globally connected country, the United States of América.

Salvadorans Question Obama on Anniversary of Romero’s Death

Though slightly behind the news cycle, this story about President Obama's trip to El Salvador, tries to get at the issues driving the Salvadoran death cycle we see reported- but un-analyzed- in the press.

Obama in El Salvador: ‘Trapped by History’ or ‘Space for Hope’?

Barack Obama's visit to El Salvador is now part of contemporary history. Even though, this report by Roberto Lovato highlights the expectations and hopes by the Salvadorean people of a person they still identify as a new type of American President, one more sympathetic to their plight and respectful toward their needs.

Ignoring the Murder of Brisenia Flores

The national press has barely covered little Brisenia’s murder. And there has been no call for a change in policy or temperament. Her classmates cried in a powerful show of emotion when they learned of her death but national news stations did not run to tell their stories.

The Modern, Clean-Cut Mansoners or Helter Skelters

Manson was never convicted for personally killing anyone. As a charismatic leader, he had a powerful influence on his followers – on their thinking, their feelings, their ideology or ways in which they perceive society and the world.