Thank You For A Great Summer!

A Heartfelt Thank You! We wanted to share with you some stories of the success we’ve had this summer using

Read More August 2, 2016

Living In A “Book Desert”

Thirsty For Words Does forty-five million sound like a lot? That’s the number of words a young child will hear by

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It’s Complicated…

The History of “Hispanic vs. Latino” It’s a question Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike have struggled with when deciding what to

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The Art of Learning About Others

The Art of Learning About The World Our youth, especially those in poor neighborhoods, have a right to understand and appreciate

Read More July 20, 2016

The Truth About Poverty Porn

How One Story Becomes The Only Story Stereotypes about poverty abound and images, sometimes referred to as “poverty porn,” are

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Red, White & Blue

Red, White & Blue by Mariela Regalado   Whichever way you cut through my veins The colors that spill will

Read More June 28, 2016

Latinas Leading!

An Exodus graduate, Vianelly is a perfect example of the exponential power of mentoring. For years, she was mentored through

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college or prison

The Incarceration Epidemic

How we’re priming some kids for college — and others for prison Witnessing violence or dangerous behavior can have a

Read More June 18, 2016

A White Guy Named Carlos?

Turning Ignorance Around As of 2014 there were 55 million people of Hispanic descent living in the U.S. However, the

Read More June 18, 2016

“Heights” Hits The Silver Screen

Believe it or not, it’s been almost ten years since “In the Heights,” hit the stage. Finally, it’s slated to

Read More June 18, 2016