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That Must Not Mean What I Think It Means

Mari couldn’t come to the house today because of a scheduling conflict: there is a junta at Marieli’s school that she was expected to attend.

Unless the Progreso mothers are planning a violent overthrow of Candelaria elementary, that word must have a slightly less camouflaged coup d’etat meaning than I had previously thought.

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  1. Cesar Chavez: Si se puede!

  2. Junta just means a meeting, the literal translation is “together”…so think of it as a get together, unless of course, Che is in charge.
    regards,
    Theresa

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