Boca Chica

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  • Raquel Cepeda

    Many will say that having good hair means for it to be “razor-thin blond hair” as Cepeda stated “people in Santo Domingo call it bueno.” However, for a type of hair to be defined as being good, it’s only based upon the interpretation of the beholder. Due to the fact that as we can sense, Cepeda is not a “razor-thin blond hair” woman; instead she most likely has curly hair. Which she describes it as “ripple like the water in Boca Chica,” As curly hair has lots of endless curves, like the water in Boca Chica which is known to have strong waves as well. Even though Cepeda, says “while America will always, I think, feel foreign to me, New York City if my home,” portrays New York City to be a free place in which one can build their “own” identity. At the same time, she still has faith that one day America will be a place for freedom, in which one can create their own history, without being judged upon their race, which can be interpreted by some through the color of our…

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  • Personal Narrative: Intro By J. Cole Forest Hills Drive

    at holding my alcohol. Being Jamaicana had it’s perks. The drive back to The Waldorf Astoria Resort Boca Raton Resort, from the concert was crazy and I needed to enjoy myself. More J. Cole music played in the background and I knew the party was already in full swing. I was in a great mood and already flirting with half of the guys in my suite that wanted to get me drunk. To my left was a guy, the only person I didn 't recognize in my…

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  • Brownsville Research Paper

    These actions that the LNG companies take are damaging the ecosystem. There has been speculation of an LNG plant to be built nearby the Boca Chica beach. Brownsville and the nearby towns are known for their beaches and tourism that come along with the beaches. The LNG plants are known to be a renovating energy source that will possibly be a cleaner energy source than burning fossil fuels. Yeah that’s cool and everything but LNG plants are potentially explosive if there is a chance that there is…

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  • Caribbean Pleasure Industry Summary

    Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality, and AIDs in the Dominican Republic, by Mark Padilla, explores the social and economic effects of the Dominican Republic’s dependency on the tourism industry, particularly as they relate to male sex workers. The abundance of opportunity in the tourism industry—as opposed to the lack thereof in, per se, agriculture—all but forces migration of the middle class and the poor to urban areas, where they can easily access popular tourist destinations,…

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