Martin Mares

Ivy League Project

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A retired teacher, Martin Mares is founder of the Ivy League Project

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Imagine being told repeatedly by the President of the United States  that you're the problem and that the country would be a much better place if you weren't in it.

Pixar's 'Coco' and Latino self-esteem in the age of Trump

Imagine being told repeatedly by the President of the United States  that you're the problem and that the country would be a much better place if you weren't in it.

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