On 01-07-16, Officer Cass #2067 and I responded to 1790 N. Fair Oaks Ave. regarding Missing Person Martha Chavez-Robles. Upon our arrival, we met with Reporting Party Brittany Dominguez who told us the following information: On 01-06-16 at 1400 hrs. Kitchen Staff Maribel Medina saw Chavez in the kitchen area of the facility.
Furthermore, it explores the cultural hybridity of the Chicanos and the need to create a new uniting identity (Anzaldúa 77-83). The book
When it comes to the Hispanic’s quinceanera I do know something things about it and then there are some things that I have learn by attending one of a close friend. I already know that a quinceanera is their version of the American “Sweet Sixteen”. I was already aware that they celebrate it by having a party with friends and family. I know that Hispanics are big on family and that a big milestone is a reason to celebrate it.
This ceremony involves the entire community and includes dancing, singing, and feasting. Another important tradition of the Tigua is their love of dance. The Tigua are known for their colorful and intricate dance performances, which are an important part of their religious ceremonies and celebrations. The Matachines dance is one of the most famous Tigua dances, and it is performed during the Christmas season. This dance involves elaborate costumes and masks and is believed to have originated from Spanish colonial traditions.
Venezuela and United States “To survive in peace and harmony, united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, one flag.’’ This quotation of Pauline Hanson defines how important values are, not just for one person or one community, but for a whole nation. On one hand, we have Venezuelan people, and on the other hand American people. Even though these two countries have similarities in the weather and food, there are three major differences between Venezuela and United States.
“The common denominator all Latinos have is that we want some respect. That 's what we 're all fighting for” - Cristina Saralegui. Judith Ortiz Cofer published the article, “The Myth of the Latin Woman,” where she expresses her anger towards stereotypes, inequality, and degradation of Latin Americans. Cofer explains the origins of these perceived views and proceeds to empower Latin American women to champion over them. Cofer establishes her credibility as a Latin American woman with personal anecdotes that emphasize her frustration of the unfair depiction of Latinos in society.
Hispanic Culture vs. American Culture Culture, as defined in Jon Shepard’s Sociology textbook is defined as an act of behaving or thinking, beliefs, custom, and arts in a particular society. In todays society there are many different cultures, while some are the same there are many different aspects that make each culture unique and diverse in their own way. Between the American and Hispanic culture there are many differences, but there are also similar traits as well. Whether its food, religion, language, politics, sports, family, holidays, or fashion; Americans share some of the same behaviors as Hispanics.
One thing that I have been taught in my World History classes is that humanity does not learn from its past errors. One way of reaffirming this statement/belief is with the relation between what happened during the last half of the 20th century in Boston, Massachusetts and the current crisis that we as Venezuelans are facing. Even though everything about both groups of people are different in infinite ways, our everyday problems are alike. While reading All Souls, an autobiographical novel written by Michael Patrick MacDonald based on his life in the South Boston area during the busing stage of Bostonian history, I first could relate to the author with the corruption his community faced.
The jarabe is considered M?xicos national dance and is the best known outside the country,often called the Mexican hot dance in English. Like all folk dancing, Traditional mexican dances provide a glimpse into the culture of the region. Not only do these dances from M?xico express the rhythms of the musical, But also the vital color wovent into mexican clothing and decoration,as well as themes important to the region such as catholicism and communion with nature. Mexican culture shines through the Traditional dances of the country. Many mexican familias are planted firmly in religious faith and Rich intricacies of generacional Traditions and celebrations observed year after year.
The text is important because not many people know the difficulties of being Mexican-American, especially when it comes to being themselves or the inner turmoil that comes with it; being Mexican-American means following traditions and speaking perfect Spanish, while at the same time having a grasp on American traditions and
Juan Madrazo decided to start festivities similar to the ones done to Fiestas Patronales in other towns of Puerto Rico. The festival started off as a parade with a few musician “The first festival was not that great and it didn’t last long,” said by Rafeal Ortiz who is a resident of Puerto Rico (phone interview). The Festival was held for a few years than father Juan was moved out of
It is commonly assumed that Huayno originated in the Incan Empire. In the Andes of Peru, huayno is a type of dance that presents itself as an expression of joy, expression of the spirit, externalized in a musical and poetic form. Huayno was the best known dance all over the Inca empire and continues to be an Inca traditional dance in
This kind of music has an interesting history of its origins, even is considered a culture, also this music has caused controversy and has become very popular in Latin American and has cross over the world. Reggaeton music is from Jamaican Reggae, but it was influenced by other music directions, for example North American Hip-Hop and Puerto Rican rhythms. According to the articles"Panama is the birthplace of this music" it all started for the wave of immigration of Jamaicans who immigrated to Panama, to work in the Panama Canal. They bought their Reggae music and eventually it was translated to Spanish and was called "Spanish Reggae". Reggae was performed first time in Spanish it was in Panama (by Chicho Man), while the first Spanish rap was performed (by Vico C) a singer from Puerto Rico, who is consider one of the founders of reggaeton this all happened in 1985.