JSRL Padre, Glendale, CA. I am Filipino. Born in Quezon. Imported to East LA. Learned to walk and talk in Los Feliz. Never heard Tagalog at home. It’s not my parent’s first language. That would be Ilocano for my papa, and maybe Alcalenian or Pangasinan for mama. Because of where I grew up, Spanish is […]
Geoff Kincade Glendale, CA There is a quote, but I don’t remember the attribution, “Of course I’m prejudice, I don’t have time not to be”.
Shirley, Glendale, CA. I find it heartbreaking and appalling when we have the likes of Bill O’Reilly and those in the conservative right say that say “All Lives Matter.” To me, that is as oppressive and violent as Jim Crow Laws. From a Latina feminist perspective, Black Live Do Matter as long as Black African […]
Kenya Ramsey, Glendale, AZ.
Anait Kazaryan Burbank, CA I am an Armenian-American. There is a large percentage of Armenians living in Glendale. When people ask me this question, I feel that they are mocking us.
Carmen Gonzalez Glendale, CA We as a society tolerating substandard educational conditions, resources, and outcomes for non-white children betrays our ethical lapses.
Mary Josephine Huntsman Glendale, CA I have always worked in an office and have had to answer phone calls, so when people come to our office and I meet some of the people I have had to call, they look surprised to see me.