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Tuesday, March 8 6-8pm, the Chicano Studies Research Center will be hosting a welcome event in honor of their renovation.
Letter from the Editor: Winter 2011, Vol. 41, Issue 2.
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At the turn of the 20th century, the Statue of Liberty greeted immigrants as they arrived to Ellis Island. An immigrant herself, Lady Liberty was a gift from France. Despite her foreign roots, this iconic symbol of American ideals, representing freedom and democracy, was designated a national monument in 1924. More recently, the Statue of […]
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Tuesday, the government announced the establishment of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics in order to bolster Latino achievement in academics. The percentage of Latinos to graduate college has remained relatively low over the last decade, with the lack of high school diplomas, language, immigration status and growing population among possible reasons why. […]
A cave-in last Friday trapped four Ecuadorian miners 150m below ground, trapped in a gold mine. Two have been found dead while the status of the remaining two is currently unknown. Deputy Mining Minister Jorge Espinosa hopes to find them alive as rescuers work to dig them out. Read more at BBC News: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-11559631
If you’re a time traveller about to go gallivanting into the medieval times, you should stop by the Echo Park Time Travel Mart to pick up any last-minute chain-link armor or bottled humors.
Imagine how it would feel if the writing on street signs and businesses was indecipherable. This is a reality for over 200,000 Spanish-speaking immigrants in Los Angeles County alone, and an estimated 2 million people nationwide.