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Gibran Mendez is a writer from the Rio Grande Valley in Texas now living in Brooklyn. He is also a Pratt Institute undergraduate in writing with a minor in film. While working on a novel, he is also working as a production assistant at Bondfire Radio.
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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, April 7, 2018
-Salud!: Here's to Cinco de Mayo With Cinco de Mayo coming up, I have decided to give a Mexican perspective on a Mexican holiday. It's just a reflection, but I can't represent a whole country.
U.S.-Mexican border in El Paso, Texas, From WikimediaPhotos
SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, January 27, 2018
A Border Life With everything going on in the news regarding immigration and DREAMers, people need to know that racism is more convoluted than how people think. At least when it comes to Mexicans living in the border, the issue takes a whole different life of its own. No one knows about Mexican on Mexican racism and where it extends from.