Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by Samson, Apr 21, 2010.
A statistic she has to deal with on a daily basis, from what I have understood of her talk of her job.
And obviously it is something that pisses her off as well.
And from what I have seen, it is the US attitude that is anomalous, not the Hispanic attitude.
It is a major reson that the USA falls behind other "Industrialised Nations" in healthcare measurements that weigh still-births fairly heavily.
I don't know about that. I gather from her posts that things like high drop out rates and people trying to raise kids before they are psychologically ready (not that anyone ever is) bugs her. As well as increases her work load exponentially.
Okie dokie then.
I don't believe I've ever addressed either of those issues in any meaningful way.
I have the steam from your ears about related topics coming out have seen! About your general attitudes I extrapolate
Well, this thread is about Allie's assertation (and proof) that Hispanic culture supports motherhood to the degree that hispanic girls become pregnant earlier.
I wonder why?
I have a theory, but I'm hoping she'll offer her's first.
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