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Educating Alhambra/ Educando a Alhambra / 阿罕布拉教育

Español | 中國的

USC Annenberg's Reporter Corps presents

Educating Alhambra: How can we improve local schools?

Join young journalists from Alhambra Source's Reporter Corps for a presentation of audiovisual introductions to their communities, investigations into local education challenges, and a discussion of how California's new funding law and other local resources can improve education in Alhambra.

Enjoy dinner from Noodle World, refreshments from La Cafeina, and raffle prizes!

Thu, April 17, 2014, at 6:30 p.m.101 S Atlantic BlvdAlhambra, CA 91801


Reporter Corps is a USC Annenberg program that trains young adults in journalistic ethics and practice, multimedia storytelling skills, and how their local government works so that they can report on their community. To find out more, visit ReporterCorps.org.

El Cuerpo de Reporteros de USC Annenberg presenta

Educando a Alhambra: ¿Cómo podemos mejorar las escuelas locales?

Únase a jóvenes periodistas del Cuerpo de Reportaje de Alhambra Source para una presentación de introducciones audiovisuales a sus comunidades, investigaciones a los retos de educación local; y una discusión sobre cómo pueden ayudar la nueva ley de fondos Californianos y otros recursos locales a mejorar la educación el Alhambra.

¡Disfrute de una cena de Noodle World, refrescos de La Cafeína, y premios que se rifaran!

Jueves, 17 de abril, 2014 a las 6:30 p.m.101 S. Atlantic Blvd.Alhambra, CA 91801


El Cuerpo de Reporteros de USC Annenberg es un programa que entrena a jóvenes adultos en éticas y practica de periodismo; les enseña destreza para poder entregar historia en multimedios; y les da a saber cómo funciona su gobierno local para que puedan reportar sobre su comunidad. Para aprender mar, visite ReporterCorps.org.




我们将提供晚餐,包括来自Noodle World 和 La Cafeina 的食物。现场还有抽奖活动!

周四晚6:30 ,2014年4月17日101 S Atlantic BlvdAlhambra, CA 91801



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  1. I commend him for his commitment to promoting the use of skirts for men.
    We wear skirts very naturally; and without intending to take or hold shares or effeminate gestures, this would upset completely the impression given to people around us. As with our dress we can communicate abuse and humiliation of other people around us.
    I consider it very important that skirts and dresses with skirts that we use the men are not too short; or as close to the body.
    Something is very convenient to use a petticoat (preferably sewn into the waist) to prevent the myth that the wind lifted her skirt; if tied with a thread, the hem of the skirt and the hem of her petticoat, (which should be less wide than the skirt, and long petticoat may be about 4 cm less than the length of the skirt) four points of the contour of the skirt (this thread, it should be loose enough so that the skirt fabric does not lose his fall, and that will not be shirred or gathered somewhere, and be careful not remain seeing the threads that are holding the hem of her skirt and petticoat). I will try to take a picture or make a drawing to show how it can be.
    When we use skirts in public is more appropriate to focus on the events, or own errands we have in mind, because if you focus on others will say, this dress or skirt, can generate insecurity, fear, and distrust. It is better to think it’s a fad and an ethyl dress like men originally wore; and be willing to if someone has an indecent behavior, or daring; is that there are a few people who has no dignity or respect also, not for others.
    Very important to have a friendly attitude, smiling, tolerant, decent and respectful; and be willing to talk and share with some people that is likely to ask:
    Are you Scottish?; I answer: NO, I am Colombian, and tell them about the issue of health, fashion, or culture, as in Colombia, not only in Colombia men only men wore skirts 300 years; (Although there is a group of Indians who call guambianos, and they men men still wear skirts)
    It is a religion?; If I am a Christian; and as I talk about the clothing of the most important religious leaders have always dressed in skirts
    It is a new fashion?; When asked if it is a fashion, then tell them and invite you to search the Internet to see how the great fashion designers are proposing skirts and dresses with skirts for men males
    Why do you dress in skirts?; in this case, tell them the use of his trousers was a garment that caused discrimancion, abuse, and mistreatment of women; and tell them about the comfortable, the healthy, and that is more respectful for a man man wear with skirts and no pants so tight that bother and abuse, and that the use of the pants were not forced to urinate standing, ( it is unnatural for a person to urinate while standing).
    If someone in a very personal way, and direct for some offensive remark, it is best to ignore it; not give us the hint. Well we could actually hear comments and / or offensive, or bold messages are not directed towards our person.