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New California Legislation Could Help Undocumented and Uninsured

New California Legislation Could Help Undocumented and Uninsured

By Dayanis Lorey EL NUEVO SOL Irma, at only 52 years of age, had to experience a hip replacement. For more than eight years, she has experienced health problems. She now depends economically on her eldest son because she is no longer able to work. Irma is an undocumented woman who needs health care. She

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Preserving San Francisco’s Latino Voices

By Leslie Nguyen-Okwu Mission Local If San Francisco city planners had known more about the former thriving North Beach Latino neighborhood near Guadalupe Church, they would have done more to minimize the negative impact of the Broadway Tunnel, which ultimately displaced the community in the early 1950s. Now, a team of scholars working with the

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Small businesses create social mobility, according to Latina SBA administrator

By Pablo J. Sáinz La Prensa San Diego Maria Contreras-Sweet is a prime example that anyone can earn the American Dream with effort and dedication. Since April, she has been the Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration and a member of President Barack Obama’s Cabinet. No small feat for a woman who immigrated to

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Trail for Humanity ends in San Ysidro with “lots of love”

By Pablo J. Sáinz La Prensa San Diego A group of women and children on a mission to create awareness on immigration issues from California’s Central Valley to the border was greeted and welcome by some 100 people in Chicano Park, in Barrio Logan, and later continued on to San Ysidro. A Trail for Humanity

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