Binary Fold

Binary Fold

May 23, 2017

If I were a history teacher

Bianca Corral and Andrew Neftalí Pérez

May 23, 2017

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  I’d teach them about our culture About the struggles we've been through How people look down And put down But we, like to get down Tenemos baile y comida and a million different words for simple shit...

Chicana

Janet Garcia, Contributing Writer

May 23, 2017

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You are the plant of life, the plant of empowering, You are the rose that has been blossoming, A woman you ARE, You are the star, That's equivalent to a never ending reach, You are as sweet as a peach, yet ...

There Once was a Monster

Marlena Ceballos, Writer

December 23, 2016

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There once was a monster that loved to watch women burn; started it all, it turned into another generation of monsters that fought against another generation of hard-working peasants daughters of farmers, ancestors were explorers...

Que Ondee Sola

Trudy Leong, Writer

December 23, 2016

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Que ondee sola Space for Time, hola Dimming rhythms tumbling leaves Gasping patters, breathing breeze Colors toll sweet bounce of blossoms Struggles roll, announce “We lost them” Nervous risings probing tendr...

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