It started with a poem about love that needed to be memorized, but then turned into a discussion about overcrowded prisons.   This led to a debate about the rights of unconvicted criminals vs the rights of their alleged victims.   Finally, a miniature book on the laws regarding Honduran children was  brought out so…

Weeks ago I had an hour and a half long conversation with my mom in which I amply depressed her with story upon story about what some of the boys have experienced.  At one point she asked what we really can expect of kids that have been treated so unfairly?  How can we expect them…

What does Pisos Tutelados mean, you ask?  You know, I’m not actually sure.  Piso is floor.  Tutelado is…uh…no clue.  It always reminds me of ‘tooting your own horn’.  But I’m basing this solely on the beginning of the word.  And there’s a very good chance I’m misspelling it. Anyone want to take Spanish classes from…

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