Tag Archives: Legacy

Book Review of “The Tragedy of Fidel Castro” by Joao Cerqueira

Being a Political Cs. Mayor in college, I knew when I set my eyes on “The Tragedy of Fidel Castro” by Joao Cerqueira , that it would be an interesting read, but I never expected what I found. I am … Continue reading

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Our Legacy, what do our successors really need?

Most of us don’t start thinking about our legacy we become parents. Yet, we were children first! What is our parent’s legacy to us? Will we pass it down or did we lose it. There are many things we think … Continue reading

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We still Have Today

I have always been a dreamer. While growing up I would spend the hot afternoons daydreaming over music in my bedroom, or listening to my Grandmother’s war survival stories. But as I grew up the dreaming time got substituted with … Continue reading

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Are You Fighting Stereotypes?

All of my life I have been fighting labels and stereotypes. The ones set from within my own family core, the ones within my Italian background, and all the other ones found within the culture of each country I have … Continue reading

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What Ever Happened To Professional Courtesy ABC?

As a favor to an Italian TV network and a journalist friend of mine, I called the ABC network to a phone number that was given to me by my Italian journalist friend, and ex-cohost of one of my online … Continue reading

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We still Have Today

I have always been a dreamer. While growing up I would spend the hot afternoons daydreaming over music in my bedroom, or listening to my Grandmother’s war survival stories. But as I grew up the dreaming time got substituted with … Continue reading

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