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AboutMia Constantino Cachilli - 2/2 - Unhyphenated America

Mia Constantino Cachilli

Mia Constantino Cachilli

Mia Constantino Cachilli is a contributing editor/writer for Unhyphenated America and The Black Sphere, in addition to owning her own Property Management company and homeschooling her children.

Mia has been a certified Physical Education Teacher and a Parent Educator with the public school system on the Suncoast of Florida, a Flexible Spending Accounts Manager for Ceridian Benefits Services, as well as Audited Contracts and Copy for GTE.

Mia Constantino Cachilli earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems (M.I.S.) from the University of South Florida and an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration from St. Petersburg College.

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Posts By Mia Constantino Cachilli

Nothing to See Here: Obama’s “Racial Databases”

July 20, 2015 |

The great American lawyer, author and syndicated radio show host Mark Levin has been saying this for years:  Barack Obama’s ringing in tyranny here in America.  NSA spying, under the auspices of keeping Americans safe, has been one of the … Read More

Nepal Earthquake Victims: The Importance of Family

July 18, 2015 |

A two-year old girl clings to her protector, her four-year old brother. Both are survivors of the recent Nepal earthquake. The whereabouts of the parents are unknown.

Even Fox’s Megyn Kelly asked, “Where is God?”

These children face a lifetime … Read More

The Left: White People Must Be Punished

July 18, 2015 |

A precursor to racial unity is inclusion, but hyphenated-Americans insist on obsessing over differences, histories, retribution, and retaliation, defying racial cohesion.

Barack Obama, Liberal Democrats, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, the NAACP, the New Black Panthers, the … Read More