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Someone Dubbed Harry Potter Videos to Spanish…Now He’s Henry Porras

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Harry Potter movies are CLASSICS ?. But, have you ever wondered what Hogwarts would be like if it was full of Latinos? The folks at BANG dimensión creativa did. They went ahead and took clips from the Harry Potter franchise and dubbed the dialogue in Spanish. WARNING: Things get very real.

Check out the first video:

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??? OK. Now that you’ve watched the video, let’s dive into the new world of Henry Porras.

Albus Dumbledore is now el tío borracho.

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And now his pensieve is not what you would think. It’s now a vomiting station.

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Somethings didn’t change. Henry Porras still can’t help but attract trouble.

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He’s kinda like your weird cousin that always breaks shit.

McGonagall and Snape go from being the heads of rival houses to — wait for it — siblings.

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Remus Lupin is the creepy uncle you wish didn’t visit…

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…And Hagrid remains a total mystery.

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The Forbidden Forest’s giant spiders and unicorns have been swapped for dragons and prostitutes.

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Same dif. Don’t forget your ‘cloak’ Henry y buena suerte.

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Ready for more Henry Porras? Here is the second video:

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When Students at a North Carolina High School Were Asked About Immigration, They Created These Signs

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When Students at a North Carolina High School Were Asked About Immigration, They Created These Signs

How would you feel if you saw these signs posted in a school hallway?WLOS-700x700

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That’s what several students and faculty members were asking after the student-made signs were displayed at Erwin High School in Asheville, North Carolina.

Sydney Dandreaa, a student at Erwin High, posted the photos to the Facebook page of local news station WLOS ABC 13.

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Dandreaa was worried that she would get in trouble for speaking out:

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She wasn’t alone, though. Once word got out on social media, people were PISSED.

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So what’s the deal? Why were the signs posted?

The signs went up after a civics class discussion about immigration.

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According to WLOS ABC 13, a teacher asked students to write out their opinions about immigration on signs and bumper stickers. When the assignment was complete, the signs and bumper stickers were displayed in a hallway, visible to other students and staff.

BTW, there’s a Native American statue in front of Erwin High. Their mascot? The Warriors.

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After Dandreaa’s Facebook post, several students, family members, staff, and even alumni complained to school officials.illegals-home

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Many felt that personal opinions were something to be discussed, not displayed on signs visible to everyone. According to WLOS ABC 13, the signs were removed and school administrations agreed to hold a meeting to discuss the incident.

Jashua Ramirez, a former student at Erwin, told WLOS ABC 13 why the signs sparked such outrage:

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“We are members of this community… this is our home. Erwin is my home.”

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