12 Times Instagram Truly Understood Miami Struggles

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Miami is a place unlike any other, with its own unique culture, slang, people… and DJ KHALED. Here are a few little things we do a bit differently in the 305:

When you gotta fuel up the right way:

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Credit: Instagram / @simplygigii

When time is relative:

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Credit: Instagram / @karen_carvajal

When you know Trump is repleto de mierda for real:

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Credit: Instagram / @_mngxo

When Spanglish is everywhere:

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Credit: Instagram / @ductlessmiami

When nature attacks:

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Credit: Instagram / @dunkin_n_spunky

When “Dale” goes worldwide:

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Credit: Instagram / @305ssom

When you’re ffffffreezing:

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Credit: Instagram / @keepers_of_the_xvx

When Latinos >>>>>>:

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Credit: Instagram / @joeschmoe407

When you knew nothing was a major ? to success quite like finding Khaled the (several) times he got lost:

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Credit: Instagram / @ceo_mrguido

When things go from “I got this” to “I’m in casa del carajo” real fast:

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Credit: Instagram / @kevinnmora

When it’s pouring one minute and all you can think about is how much you want to move…

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Credit: Instagram / @jasyred

…And the next minute you realize you just might live in the best place in the world.

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Credit: Instagram / @toni3485

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Trump Has This Latino Supporter, But It’s Not What You Think


Trump Has This Latino Supporter, But It’s Not What You Think

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Not very many of us can say this, but Dallas Rico, a Latino teacher, is actually thankful for Donald Trump. It’s not what you’re thinking, though.

Rico has been using Trump’s rhetoric as a teaching opportunity. You see, instead of having to reference a history book or a passage from the New Jim Crow to teach a lesson on racism, he’s referencing everything Trump has said about Latinos, Muslims, Asians, etc. It’s a lesson that teaches how racism is alive — just think about the millions of Trump followers — and that many of his students may, unfortunately, experience.

“It’s important to me that my students understand how the world operates beyond their neighborhood,” he said in an essay for the Huffington Post. “Though the real possibility of him being elected president frightens me, public reactions to Trump’s comments serve as a litmus test for where our country stands on race, gender and immigration.”

Rico sees this as a way to prepare his students to face the world we live in saying, “I want my students of color to recognize that one day they will have to interact with the “Trumps” of the world in college and in life. They need to become equipped to navigate that world. Discussing Trump’s antics helps facilitate this.”

While a good lesson, we’re hoping Trump stops giving him so much material.

Read more about Dallas Rico’s lesson plans here.

READ: Donald Trump Flip-Flopped On Immigration And Got Called Out For It

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