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Volunteerism brings Aramark office workers into heart of communities

By. J. Smith El Hispano Philadelphia — Beginning with the wealthy Financier Stephen Girard, who fought a late- eighteenth century plague with the aid of a couple of French-immigrant doctors and Minister Richard Allen; and continuing on with such figures as Soap manufacturer Joseph Fels, Bethlehem Steel founder Joseph Wharton, and oilman Joseph Pew, Philadelphia’s

César E. Chávez Blvd a go

By Valerie Godines Fitzgerald La Prensa SAN ANTONIO — City Council members have decided that Durango Boulevard between South Hackberry Street on the east and 36th Street on the west will be renamed César E. Chávez Boulevard — a decision that has sparked fevered support as well as protest. Council members voted 7-4 on Thursday

Guest Voz: A reflection on 15 years of Immigrant Day in California

LatinaLista — Tomorrow, May 24, 2011, California celebrates the fifteenth anniversary of Immigrant Day. A project of the California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC), the day is set aside to bring a unified voice of immigrants and advocates to California’s State Capitol to show support of policies that advance immigrant integration and prosperity for all Californians.