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News With Nezua | April 4, 2010

April 7th, 2010 § 6 comments

News With Nezua vids first appear Monday mornings at La Frontera Times. Wednesdays they show up at UMX, as well as in a dim setting at The XOLAGRAFIK Theater. For those who desire closed captioning or can’t view this player, here it is on YouTube.

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  • […] With Nezua vids first appear Monday mornings at La Frontera Times. Wednesdays they show up at UMX, as well as in a dim setting at The XOLAGRAFIK Theater. For those who desire closed captioning or […]

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  • Angel says:

    I had no idea that museum was in San Antonio. I will definitely have to go see it, and I do hope it does not go away. Oh, and a good point, this country was never a “White” country, or “everyone came from someplace else.” Best, and keep on blogging.

  • Cool…a lil sense of humor would be awesome, but you know, otherwise, cool.

    An uninformed q about the state of the good fight for immigrant rights…is there larger discussion about the economic forces underlying the whole ridiculous scenario that’s torn families apart for generations now? It makes me sad that undocumented Mexicans have to fight for their right to slave away here, when so often it has meant being seaparted from family. Who’s addressing the underlying problems here? I’m just asking because I sincerely don’t know. Thanks. (And if there are typos here I’m blaming the white-on-beige font you got set up here…is that some kind of statement? If so awesome.)

    • Nezua says:

      I can’t imagine why you are not tickled by stuff like “Arizona tries to whiten up a bit,” but I was!

      As far as font–as I type, I see whitish font surrounded by red. No statement intended but of course I cannot nor would I try to interfere with your imagination!

      Peace.

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