Author: Sarah Pfeiler

I was in college when I got my very first cell phone. It made phone calls. That was it!  Over the past few years phones 
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For this Fun Friday we’d like to introduce you to Luna, the unofficial 8th member of the thinkLaw team. She’s not salaried but is well 
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The idea of cultural appropriation is a hot topic of debate. From the United Nations to the runaways in New York- everyone is asking the 
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In the year 1968 Chicano/ students in East L.a. were facing an educational crisis.  The dropout rate?  Almost 60 percent. Only four out of every 
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During the coverage of the recent natural disasters the news has been saturated with examples of people who represent the very best of humanity.  My 
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In 1951, Pete Hernandez shot and killed Joe Espinoza after getting into an argument at a bar.  When it came time for Pete’s jury and 
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Sylvia Mendez was just 8 years old when her aunt took her to enroll at 17th Street Elementary.  The Mendez family was told that Sylvia 
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Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15. From landmark Civil Rights cases to the current debate over immigration policy and reform, 
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The start of the school year is overwhelmingly busy. Setting up your room, open houses, lesson planning, and professional development meetings are just a few 
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