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Extra News State Senator Jacqueline Y. Collins’ (D-Chicago) efforts to eliminate Illinois’ so called “food deserts” will receive a major boost under a new program announced over the weekend. Due in large part to Collins’ efforts, the governor announced…

Georgia

By John Newton La Voz Latina The treatment of Hispanic inmates was an important topic in last month’s debate between two Democratic candidates seeking to oust current Chatham County Sheriff Al St. Lawrence in the November general election. Both…

san-antonio

By Amy Robinson La Prensa de San Antonio San Antonio.- Former and current women leaders of San Antonio conducted a press conference last week to garner support for the Affordable Care Act ad Medicaid expansion in Texas. Almost 26…

Austin

By Teresa Palomo Acosta La Voz de Austin AUSTIN — The Raza Unida Party (RUP) was established on January 17, 1970, at a meeting of 300 Mexican Americans at Campestre Hall in Crystal City, Texas. José Ángel Gutiérrez and Mario…

Tulsa

By Juan Miret Hispano de Tulsa It was 105 years ago that Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón was born in a small blue house in the neighborhood of Coyoacán in Mexico City. Her works immortalized her, and the…

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By Marí Villa Hawaii Hispanic News HONOLULU, Hawaii — Lizette Salas began golfing by pure luck. Her father worked at a golf course and one day she had to accompany him. While she was there, she picked up a…

El Tiempo Hispano

By Gabriel Pilonieta-Blanco El Tiempo Hispano The Chilean Patricia Fabiola VanSant, who works as a sales manager in the Department of Cosmetology of Macy’s in Dover, is the image of the video produced by the archives of Delaware inviting…

SanDiego

By Rita Sanchez La Prensa San Diego Editor’s Note: In this article Rita Sanchez proudly recognizes the women who have contributed to the Parque and its murals. She features women who have designed, supervised and painted murals since 1973,…

S.TX - rioGrandeGuardian

By Steve Taylor Rio Grande Guardian EDINBURG – What will happen to President Obama’s new immigration initiative if Mitt Romney wins the presidency in November? This was one of the questions students and parents had for two immigration attorneys…

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