July 2022 Favorites

By: Gabriela Yareliz July was a month of break. I slowed down a bit, which is rare. I do have to say I am ready to get back to busy. I do love having the mind challenged continually. While I was on break, I read a good batch of books. I am currently at 64/100Continue reading “July 2022 Favorites”

American Wealth: Freedom & Rebellion

“Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.” Benjamin Franklin By: Gabriela Yareliz It’s Independence Day. A day that reminds us that a ragtag bunch with a burning passion and insatiable desire for liberty can prevail. We have grown in this country to value duty, courage and sacrifice. This moving WW2 veteran has gone viral. HisContinue reading “American Wealth: Freedom & Rebellion”

Jorge Ramos: Our Walter Cronkite

By: Gabriela Yareliz Our first Hispanic Heritage Month feature is Jorge Ramos. He is journalism ROYALTY. The Mexican journalist became famous and interviewed some of the world’s top leaders while on Univision’s evening news (which I grew up watching). He continues to be a part of important conversations with important people. He has also beenContinue reading “Jorge Ramos: Our Walter Cronkite”

I Am Not Your Spic

By: Gabriela Yareliz I Am Not Your Negro (film) was a pretty emotional experience for me. It was probably emotional for every person who one day woke up and realized that he or she was being treated differently than his or her white counterparts. It was also probably a provocative affair for those watching who haveContinue reading “I Am Not Your Spic”

Immigration Reform Rally 2013-May Day NYC

By: Gabriela Yareliz It was a pleasure marching yesterday for Immigration Reform through Manhattan with a united group of dreamers and reformers. My admiration goes out for all of the immigrants who marched yesterday, unafraid. They carried their countries’ flags in one hand and the huge American flag between them. The American flag was clutchedContinue reading “Immigration Reform Rally 2013-May Day NYC”