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Unsung Heroes of Hispanic Heritage Month: Ray Moss

by Andalé Mono September 26, 2012 Cultura
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They were ordinary people living ordinary lives, until one singular sensation of circumstances conspired with fate to make them UNSUNG HEROES OF HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH The effort to organize African-American, Filipino-American and Mexican-American farmworkers in California’s Central Valley was an uphill battle in 1964. Fledgling union leader Cesar Chavez thought organizing a boycott of a […]

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Ñewsweek: Abuelita and the ticking baby clock, no cholo too loco

by Comic Saenz April 29, 2012 El Now
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She needed help — a woman approaching 40 who wanted  kids but had no realistic baby daddy in sight.  Thankfully, she decided to write Dear Abuelita for advice, who gave her way more guidance than she was expecting. And in a very special video about Cholo Rescue Services, the gentle strength of The Cholo Whisperer […]

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Students create gigantic portrait of Cesar Chavez from 5500 dominos

by Andalé Mono April 24, 2012 Cartoons
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San Diego students used dominos to create a huge Cesar Chavez mural and installed it over the weekend in Chicano Park. NBC San Diego’s Gitzel Puente reports: It took 5,500 domino pieces, 40 students and six weeks to create this piece of art. Students and staff from O’Farrell Community School started this mural using blueprints, […]

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