La Voz Newspaper There are lots of ways to examine the growth and impact of the Hispanic population in the United States. Certainly the Census Bureau provides a vast array of data through its many surveys and the decennial census. But there are other data sources which also paint a portrait of what is going [...]
By Jill Replogle Fronteras Desk They answer advertisements in Tijuana’s major newspapers offering jobs in the U.S., for instance, as house cleaners in San Diego. Or, they respond to ads simply seeking individuals with the proper paperwork to cross the border legally. Then, some of them get caught at the border with cocaine and marijuana [...]
By Amanda Brinegar Borderzine EL PASO – El Paso born Carlos M. Montes has been a solidarity activist since the late 1960s, denouncing wars and fighting for immigration rights and better public education, but lately he can be seen surrounded by posters with a much different message –“Save Carlos Montes.” Wearing his black newsboy cap [...]
El Tiempo Hispano DELAWARE — First State Manufacturing owners Eli Valenzuela, Sher Valenzuela, and Ashley Wolfe have been selected as the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Delaware Small Business Persons of the Year. This is the story of the genesis and growth of their business.
By John Newton La Voz Latina SAVANNAH — Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Office of International Education welcomed its favorite archaeologist back to Savannah in February, as Dr. Constanza Ceruti returned to the Savannah campus for a series of lectures on the Sacred Mountains of the World.
By Dennis Rocha – Bilingual Weekly Sacramento, CA — Only two days away from celebrating the 85th anniversary of civil rights activist Cesar Chavez’s birthday, dozens of farm workers and supporters along the United Farm Workers Union (UFW) continued the legacy of Chavez on Thursday, March 29 at the State Capitol.