Monthly Archives: November 2013

Terri Giuliano Long My blog was featured in the Terri Giuliano Long blog “A Life in Words.” From bestselling author of the award winning literary fiction novel, In Leah’s Wake. Good to know that my mom is not my only … Continue reading

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The Real NYC Dancing Queen

NYC- This afternoon traffic enforcement agent Mentoria Hutchinson made my day. I got to witness her dance routine moves and locking, wacking choreography going on as she directed traffic in an intersection of Main Street, Flushing. I was trying to … Continue reading

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Immigration Reform: Is This How You See Me Through Legislation?

(This article was published in Black Girl Dangerous: http://www.blackgirldangerous.org/2013/11/see-eyes-legislation/) More than 40 children are in D.C. this week for events organized by the Fair Immigration Reform Movement. The movement fights for immigrant rights at the local and state level. On … Continue reading

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“I am not Gay:” What Morrisey’s Recent Declarations Say About Us.

Most of the press information I find about Morrisey’s new book released in October, is on his declaration about not being gay. This is not new given that questions about Morrisey’s sexuality, celibacy, bisexuality etc. have prevailed for the past decade of … Continue reading

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But is it Art? After Arthur Danto’s Death

What is the difference between a Brillo Box and Andy Warhol’s Brillo Box?  Both are soap pad boxes from the sixties, yet one is art, and the other is not art. Simple answer that raises many more questions about the nature … Continue reading

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LGBT Undocumented Latino Groups Need More than Same-Sex Marriage Laws

Carolina Drake, November 4, NYC- Apparently gay people are fairing better than their non-gay counterparts in the Latino Community, but how does citizenship play into this equation? And where do the undocumented LGBT Latinos fit in? The legal status of … Continue reading

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