Facebook Educates Parents On Domestic Safety In Spanish
The sound of small children giggling echoed off the walls of the Belle Haven Community School gym. Parents sat at foldable lunch tables, pencils in hand, facing a projector screen.
In front of some, steam wafted up from white Styrofoam cups of canela tea Alejandro Vilches had provided.
"¿Piensaron que fue café?" he asked with a smile. The 25 parents in the room chuckled, acknowledging the truth in his statement. It was late at night. And some still wore their uniforms from work.