Engage: How Mexican food got American citizenship
A new book, “Taco USA,” explains how some foods shifted from Mexican dinners to American menus.
May 2nd, 2012
01:38 PM ET

Engage: How Mexican food got American citizenship

Engage with news and opinions from around the web about under-reported stories from undercovered communities.

How Mexican food joined the American fast-food mainstream - The New York Times

Opinion: With few Native American voices in American discourse, vetting them is especially important - Racialicious

Landmark documentary about poor, gay and transgendered Latinos and African-Americans comes to Netflix, iTunes - National Public Radio

Community rallies behind Native American elder allegedly abused at hospital - Indian Country Today

All-girl prom at Michigan high school lets students live it up while respecting cultural boundaries - The New York Times


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  1. Facundo

    legalities of death can be confusing; hoeevwr, at some point there needs to be (at least in my state) some sort of notice so people holding debts and claim against the estate and the will must be filed with the county clerk.And, Betsy, yes it does help to put things down in writing to gain understanding and perspective.Vacation is going well. No pressures. Joining family and friends for meals, sleeping late, reading, etc. I do have a small tether to the office and have put out a few brush fires. But I can do that at my own pace.

    September 14, 2012 at 5:24 pm | Report abuse |
  2. gung hoe

    Ya it crossed the border illegally.Its a alien but tasty.He he ha ha

    May 3, 2012 at 10:26 am | Report abuse |