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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

Studio Theater to remain – City Hall backs down
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Studio Theater to remain – City Hall backs down »

March 21, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

The Studio Theater is to remain at its current location. The San Jose Mayor and the

City

“As to the (Studio Theater) the (Films) moved would be performed at an alternate site… Preferably downtown”
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“As to the (Studio Theater) the (Films) moved would be performed at an alternate site… Preferably downtown” »

March 14, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

La Oferta Review each week will be featuring the responses of San Jose Mayoral candidates to some

“The City did do a miserable job, I’m not proud of it…” – Susan Hammer
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“The City did do a miserable job, I’m not proud of it…” – Susan Hammer »

March 5, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

La Oferta Review each week is featuring the responses of San Jose Mayoral candidates to some of

Chris J. Panopulos, Mayoral Candidate: “Redevelopment… impact to the Hispanic community has been unnecessarily cruel”
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Chris J. Panopulos, Mayoral Candidate: “Redevelopment… impact to the Hispanic community has been unnecessarily cruel” »

February 28, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

La Oferta Review each week will be featuring the responses of San Jose Mayoral candidates to some

Delegation to Sister City of Veracruz, México
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Delegation to Sister City of Veracruz, México »

February 14, 1990

Enhances Cultural Relationship between our Cities

By Yolanda Reynolds

“City Ambassadors” sponsored by Pacific Neighbors will be traveling from San

Information asked by The Census Bureau
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Information asked by The Census Bureau »

January 10, 1990

By Yolanda Reynolds

There is a short and long form. The short form asks 14 standard questions, the long form