About: Julito Varela
- Since 1991, I have been in the educational publishing industry, focusing on Spanish development (including offshore translation), ESL, and Reading. A graduate of Harvard College (1990), I have begun to share my writings online with the goal of getting my works published. I plan to use my social media experience to connect with as many people as possible who are interested in my works.
Posts by Julito Varela:
December 11, 2013 Fernando Varela: “Nessun Dorma” Live from Nashville
December 9, 2013 Forte Tenors: 2013 National Christmas Tree Lighting
December 9, 2013 Forte Tenors at Carnegie Hall: “My Heart Will Go On” (Spanish)
November 27, 2013 Opinion: ¡Basta ya! Enough with the ignorance about U.S. Latinos
November 21, 2013 Opinion: President Obama can’t allow the “death” of immigration reform
November 15, 2013 TN Student Speaks Out About Common Core
We are Papá Heroes
- RT @marentesluis: Thank you, @CallieCrossley, for taking the time to discuss Western MA with @marcela_elisa and @julito77. It is often forg… 6 hours ago
- RT @latinorebels: Do We Really Need A Selena Hologram? #RebelReport fb.me/3zAsY2NHr 6 hours ago
- Will be on @wgbhnews in about 50 min as part of Under the Radar w/ @CallieCrossley. And @marcela_elisa! Listen here: ow.ly/3xMC7J 9 hours ago
- Getting ready for #ARSvCHE. 16 hours ago
- RT @crojasphd: Columbia University Bans Workers From Speaking Spanish @theworkerslab @latinorebels @LatinoUSA coreyrobin.com/2015/04/24/col… 1 day ago
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