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After all I am a Latina Blogger!!
Bigotry against Mexican Americans has a long history.  Nevertheless I am grateful to be in this country and I love it. Happy Thanksgiving everyone.  
After all I moved from Canada back to Texas two years ago! So yeah I love Texas.

I will post links to my reflections on being a Mexican American after the fold.

I will start first with my grandma.
Maizie the Union Maid!

Why ethnic profiling fails is here.

Why I will never forget that I was rich, because I had shoes.

My witness of a Neo Nazie slap down in Nuremburg.

And finally Who the hell am I!

A mi me gusta oblejas de cajeta!  Como las que se venden en Monterrey..
Casi todo de la comida del Dia de Dar Gracias es de la gente Hispana/Indio Mexciano.
El guajolote
Las papas
El camote
El elote
Los frijoles
El tomate
La calabasa
y tambien
en la noche
El chocolate

Just for starters
Translation for non spanish speakers.  Almost all of the food at Thanksgiving dinner is of Hispanic/ Mexican indian origin........
The turkey
mashed potatoes
Candied yams
and later the chocolate

BBQ is from the Spanish barbacoa.

Happy Thanksgiving and I am gonna have it with my family!!!!!!!!!!!
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