The illusive Latino vote assumes that Latinos are monolithic. Unidos makes us stronger but to be united we need to first understand where we come from to understand how we identify. Only then can we find common ground to rally around to succeed as Latinos.

In this publication I intend to explore topics of culture, identity, economy, language, politics, society, and technology from a Latino perspective.

Who am I?

I am a Mexican citizen living in the United States creating technology platforms frequently writing about border issues.

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I am a Mexican immigrant living and working in the U.S. always searching for my place in this country called America.