US Latinos have no single leader. And that’s a good thing.
César Chávez loomed large in my childhood home. Like virtually all Mexican-American households in the late 1960s and early 1970s, my entire family observed his boycotts in support of the United Farm Workers. Even as a kid, I knew Mr. Chávez was “one of us,” and he was fighting for justice. This made up for the fact that I went years without eating grapes.
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Parents Struggle With Cyberbullying
Parents trying to protect their children from Internet bullying are scrambling to catch up with the technological sophistication of the next generation.
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Unmarried parents ‘to blame for rise in broken homes’
Nearly half of children born today will be living in broken homes by the age of 16 as growing numbers of families split up, according to analysis of official figures.
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