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| 2012-02-29 | Projekt NewSpeak
forWord Movement
The Mexi-Asian Perspective: A Latino’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian, or Both by David A. Romero Many vie for the title of hardest working poet (or poets) in Los Angeles. Many claim the title of hardest working poet (or poets) in Los Angeles.  Every year sees the rise and fall of new venues and new, ...
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| 2011-05-28 | Projekt NewSpeak
This Amery Ken Life – Urban Theatre
The Mexi-Asian Perspective: A Mexican’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian or Both by David A. Romero Have you ever watched or listened to an episode of “This American Life?” I haven’t. But, I heard it’s good. Projekt NewSpeak’s latest Mexi-Asian guest knows a lot about being an American. This son of Hmong Chinese ...
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| 2011-03-31 | Projekt NewSpeak
Do You Remember the Alamo? Matt Sedillo Speaks!
The Mexi-Asian Perspective: A Mexican’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian, or Both By David A. Romero Do you remember the Alamo? Matt Sedillo sure does. This national slam poet and published author has turned the phrase “Remember the Alamo” on its head; in the process, kicking dirt in the face of empire (whether it be in ...
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| 2011-02-28 | Projekt NewSpeak
Organize the Hood! An Interview with Bambu
The Mexi-Asian Perspective: A Mexican’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian, or Both by David A. Romero For those used to thinking of Asians as a largely affluent “model minority” living in upper middle class neighborhoods, the reality of Asians struggling in the ghetto sounds almost like an oxymoron. However, as it is with any community, ...
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