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Group Calls for repeal of Employer Sanctions
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THE IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT (IRCA) IS UNDER ACTIVISM

August 15, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

The immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA).

ADELANTE PROGRAM TO BEGIN AT SAN JOSE CITY COLLEGE
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ADELANTE PROGRAM TO BEGIN AT SAN JOSE CITY COLLEGE »

August 29, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

The San Jose Evergreen community College District announced last Wednesday that one of its colleges, San Jose

HISPANICS: A FORCE IN CALIFORNIA TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF THE  21ST CENTURY
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HISPANICS: A FORCE IN CALIFORNIA TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF THE 21ST CENTURY »

August 22, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Hispanics in Clara County number an estimated 310,000. The City of San Jose has both the largest

COMMITTEE SELECTED TO DETERMINE FATE OF FALLON
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COMMITTEE SELECTED TO DETERMINE FATE OF FALLON »

August 8, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Members of the Historic Arts Advisory Committee (HAAC) were selected on July 31. This committee was formed

NEW INFORMATION ADDS TO FALLON CONTROVERSY
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NEW INFORMATION ADDS TO FALLON CONTROVERSY »

July 11,1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Media coverage of the Fallon statue controversy generally has neglected to understand and present the real issues that

American G. I. Forum leadership grows stronger
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American G. I. Forum leadership grows stronger »

July 3, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

The American G.I. Forum held its yearly statewide convention in San Jose this past week. It brought

AMERICAN INDIAN CENTER LIBRARY REOPENS
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AMERICAN INDIAN CENTER LIBRARY REOPENS »

June 27, 1990

Text by Yolanda Reynolds

Photos by Mary J. Andrade

The American Indian Center of Santa Clara Valley, together with the

Fallon Statue: Questions yet to be answered
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Fallon Statue: Questions yet to be answered »

June 13, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Thursday evening, June 7, after months of controversy regarding the Fallon statue, the San Jose City Council

Fallon decision: June 7th
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Fallon decision: June 7th »

May 23, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

The Fallon statue controversy continues. The Pueblo Unido de San Jose – Coalition will bring its concerns

A VICTORY FOR FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
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A VICTORY FOR FREEDOM OF THE PRESS »

From our Editor – Last Friday. May 18, a City of San Jose employee in Mayor Thomas McEnery’s office of Public information independently