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County of Santa Clara Declares October Domestic Violence Awareness Month
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County of Santa Clara Declares October Domestic Violence Awareness Month »

Community Education and Involvement Encouraged to Prevent Violence and Abuse

SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF. —  The County of Santa Clara Board of

Free Flu Shots at Five SCCLD Libraries
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Free Flu Shots at Five SCCLD Libraries »

Flu Shot Clinic Dates Listed Below (for ages 18 and older)

Announcing the Santa Clara County Library District and Santa Clara

‘Internet Essentials’ Program Tackles ‘Cruel Irony’ of Digital Divide
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‘Internet Essentials’ Program Tackles ‘Cruel Irony’ of Digital Divide »

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SAN JOSE, Calif. – California, despite its global reputation as a cradle for technological innovation, has an internet connectivity problem

“La Muerte Baila” obra teatral en la más pura tradición mexicana del Día de Muertos
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“La Muerte Baila” obra teatral en la más pura tradición mexicana del Día de Muertos »

Por: Nahuí Ollín (Twitter @aojosvistas, Facebook Nahuí Ollín)

San José, CA, sept. 2017—Una de las más interesantes celebraciones en México es la del

Sept. 23 Workshop Offers Free Immigration Services to  Legal Permanent Residents Who Want to Become U.S. Citizens
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Sept. 23 Workshop Offers Free Immigration Services to Legal Permanent Residents Who Want to Become U.S. Citizens »

SAN JOSE, Calif.– A collaboration of community groups, immigration rights advocates, and the City of San José are joining forces to make sure

Immigrant Community Members Outraged at DACA Termination, Speak Out With Respons
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Immigrant Community Members Outraged at DACA Termination, Speak Out With Respons »

Donald Trump Lacks Moral Character and Sides with White Supremacists, Community Leaders to Hold Action Urging Congress to Take Action

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Stanford scholar examines development of Mexican social clubs in Los Angeles
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Stanford scholar examines development of Mexican social clubs in Los Angeles »

Stanford historian Ana Raquel Minian traces the establishment of Mexican social clubs and the funds they raised for their hometowns between the

Teatro Visión unveils new 3-Year Strategic Plan
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Teatro Visión unveils new 3-Year Strategic Plan »

SAN JOSÉ, CA – Teatro Visión released a new strategic plan for growth covering the year 2017-18 through 2019-20. The major goals

MIDDLE AMERICA-OUR ENGINE – After the Body Is Accounted For
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MIDDLE AMERICA-OUR ENGINE – After the Body Is Accounted For »

August 20, 2017

By Sharon McElhone

Freedom has a flavor, and once someone tastes it, it’s hard to go back to life the

LA CLASE MEDIA – NUESTRO MOTOR: Después de que el cuerpo es contabilizado
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LA CLASE MEDIA – NUESTRO MOTOR: Después de que el cuerpo es contabilizado »

Agosto 20, 2017

Por Sharon McElhone

La libertad tiene un sabor y una vez que alguien lo ha probado y conoce, es difícil