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Anglo bilingual rapper unites his passions for music and bilingualism in Bilingual Nation U.S.A.

Anglo bilingual rapper unites his passions for music and bilingualism in Bilingual Nation U.S.A.

By Kristal Bivona Language Magazine GueroLoco wears many hats: he’s an award-winning hip-hop en español artist, an activist for immigrant rights and language rights, and an inspirational speaker for students and teachers. He united his passions for music and for bilingualism in his project Bilingual Nation U.S.A., which he started with his high school Spanish

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Santa Fe’s Unexpected Colonial History

By Tom Wall Preservation Nation Where do you think the oldest colonial-era building in the United States is located? At first glance, you might assume that the oldest ones in the continental United States would be found somewhere near the Jamestown or Roanoke in Virginia, or in Massachusetts, near Plymouth, or other early English settlements

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