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Hoy con @blondieconomics reunidos con @fsiemadrid escuchando, atendiendo,recibiendo propuestas y explicando el proyecto de @IdiazAyuso para la educación de la @ComunidadMadrid . Gracias!!! #YoConAyuso #ComunismoOLibertad
5/25 #AAPIHeritageMonth @mayleechai: Useful Phrases for Immigrants."This feeling of hopeless hope or suspended despair or temporary consolation amidst unknowingness...was the phrase missing..How useful it would have been to name this feeling exactly in this new and perilous land"
5/23 #AAPIHeritageMonth @HelenZiaReal's Last Boat Out of Shanghai. "Men and women dressed in fine silk fabrics...unlike her mother and father, who wore roughly woven traditional dress. Big posters showed pretty ladies with curly black hair...promoting cigarettes, mosquito coils"
5/22 #AAPIHeritageMonth Mari L'Esperance The Darkened Temple. "I dream of white hydrangeas/floating in a shallow bowl, enormous/and tinged with palest green./How deeply themselves they are – /how lushly quiet and free of the darkness/that will ultimately claim them.
5/21 #AAPIHeritageMonth @cathyparkhong's Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning "For as long as I could remember, I have struggled to prove myself into existence. I, the modern-day scrivener, working five times as hard as others and still I saw my hand dissolve, then my arm"
5/20 #AAPIHeritageMonth @angela_n_torres's To The Bone. "Curled amid lint and loose change,/tucked in a jacket's satin lining or crushed/with used gum in seams of blue denim,/I've known pain clinics and airports, taxicabs/and stale schoolrooms where time is a honeycomb in winter"
5/18 #AAPIHeritageMonth Sia Figiel's Where We Once Belonged. "You think, or rather you are convinced so much, that you know the surface and that you know some of the layers, but then you come to the end and you are surprised...shocked even.
5/17 #AAPIHeritageMonth @drstephaniehan's Swimming In Hong Kong. "I may have worries but after I get into the pool they peel away from my body. The cool water rushes over you, a wonderful silence coats and bathes, washes everything away...memory flooding muscles and bones..."
5/16 #AAPIHeritageMonth @jennybhatt's Each of Us Killers. "...Vishaal's outrage used to...lighten our collective pain. The accumulated insults, rebukes, and disappointments of our individually powerless lives somehow became more bearable to us whenever he voiced our concerns."
5/15 #AAPIHeritageMonth @gracet09's The Body Papers. "We pass a mango grove in Bohol, and each fruit wears a jacket made of newspapers to protect it from pests and temperature changes. I think of the person who made the clothes and dressed the fruit so gently
5/14 #AAPIHeritageMonth DICTEE by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha. "In the recesses of the leaves is an inlet of dew, clearest tears. You stow them before their fall by their own weight. You stand a column of white lustre, atoned with tears, restored in breath."