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It's not so much that the sorority sisters were wearing sombreros (not "sombraros") that was offensive. It's the signs they're holding, equating being Mexican or Mexican-American with nothing more than mowing lawns (menial labor) and smoking marijuana (illegal behavior). How on earth did you miss that, Lou


Cinco de Mayo isn't Mexican Independence Day. It isn't even celebrating throughout all of Mexico - only in the Mexican state of Puebla. Mexican Independence Day is on September 16, and it's a national holiday. The sombreros didn't make this photograph racist. The signs the sorority sisters are holding up did, because they equate being Mexican or Mexican-American with nothing more than mowing lawns (menial labor) and smoking marijuana (illegal behavior). How on earth did you miss that


Open your eyes and look at the photograph, DJCowboy. It's not the sombreros that make this incident racist. It's the signs the sorority sisters are holding up, equating being Mexican or Mexican-American with nothing more than mowing lawns (menial labor) and smoking marijuana (illegal behavior). How would you feel if they all wore ten-gallon hats and held up signs saying "Will work for chaw," "Will work for meth" and "Need $$$, my trailer's broke"


God forbid if there were a whole bunch of Mexican girls that had viking helmets and blonde beards smiling for a picture, holding a sign saying, "Pillaging for Pilsner." You'd probably have to blur the picture out I'd be soooo offended.


The squabbling/loving sisters Rosemary and Pearl have returned -- this time in the book Princess Pearl, written and illustrated by Nicki Weiss. Rosemary wanted nothing to do with Pearl; she even divided their bedroom in half with masking tape. But when Pearl's friend Janie begins telling Pearl she has to be the servant girl, Rosemary comes to the rescue. Weiss's soft pastel illustrations humorously portray the subtle line between sibling rivalry and sibling solidarity. (Greenwillow, $11.75, ages 5-8.)


Hitting shelves next week are a picture book featuring a tiny tyrant, a middle grade graphic novel about two sisters confronting mortality on the Day of the Dead, and a YA novel set in a world where one night of lawlessness is followed by a memory erasure. 59ce067264






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