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National Hispanic University comes to San José
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National Hispanic University comes to San José »

May 9, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Dr. Roberto Cruz, founding president of the National Hispanic University last week announced that the University was

Hispanic Community seeks parity
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Hispanic Community seeks parity »

May 2, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Policy makers and others in the community are asking why there is opposition in the Hispanic community

“English Only” National Legislation Proposed
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“English Only” National Legislation Proposed »

April 25, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

In 1981, while in the U.S. Senate, S.I. Hayakawa introduced a Constitutional amendment to make English the

Vice Mayor Blanca Alvarado tentatively proposes a new location for Fallon Statue
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Vice Mayor Blanca Alvarado tentatively proposes a new location for Fallon Statue »

April 25, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Latino Arts Groups came together Sunday afternoon at Prush Park. They met to continue discussions begun at

Louis Garza and Don Houston, Mayoral Candidates say:  “There is a need for change”
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Louis Garza and Don Houston, Mayoral Candidates say: “There is a need for change” »

April 18, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

La Oferta Review recently interviewed and reported the responses of the mayoral candidates who early on announced

Fallon Statue: A revision of History?
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Fallon Statue: A revision of History? »

April 4, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

A statue of Captain Thomas Fallon on a horse in military garb and raising an American flag

El Teatro Campesino in San José
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El Teatro Campesino in San José »

But on condition of equal status with main line art groups

March 28, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Luis Valdez’ Teatro Campesino has recently

I.N.S. Raids: A Campaign of Intimidation
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I.N.S. Raids: A Campaign of Intimidation »

March 28, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Wednesday evening some elected and community leaders listened to an account of the effects of the recent

Latino art groups involved in a lively exchange of ideas
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Latino art groups involved in a lively exchange of ideas »

March 28, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

Latino arts group spokespersons and arts supporters gathered Thursday evening at Mother Olsen’s Inn at the invitation

Frank Fiscalini, Mayoral Candidate:
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Frank Fiscalini, Mayoral Candidate: »

“…That perception that there has been a distinct lack of recognition of the Hispanic/Indian contribution is expressed to me quite often throughout the