March 31st is a day when a few states in our nation recognize and celebrate the life of the late César Chávez. California has declared a state holiday and a day of service is acknowledged in Arizona, Texas, and Colorado. As a noted human rights activist who co-founded the National Farm Workers Association (later known […]
As Women’s History Month 2012 comes to a close, I am reflecting about how women made contributions throughout history. While books, recordings, and nationwide celebrations provide stories about what they did and how they did it, I feel compelled to appreciate more significant contributions. I want to know how they go to their respective platforms. […]
Charlie Sheen, the Hollywood star and leading actor from the television sitcom “Two and A Half Men, has been the admiration of many lately for his flamboyant remarks and bad boy imagine. Interestingly enough headlines about his children’s sippy cups and lascivious living resulted in public scrutiny and focus from lawsuits.