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Warrior discussions continue – Public banned from meeting
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Warrior discussions continue – Public banned from meeting »

October 25, 1995

Text by Yolanda Reynolds.

Photo by John Martina.

There is excited talk in City Hall of offering the Golden State

Pick-Your-Part expansion in San Jose is overwhelmingly rejected in public outcry
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Pick-Your-Part expansion in San Jose is overwhelmingly rejected in public outcry »

October 4, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Sixteen acres in the Kelly Park/Senter Road area could become the largest auto wrecking yard in Northern

Group honors individuals for their longtime commitment to improving environmental conditions
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Group honors individuals for their longtime commitment to improving environmental conditions »

September 27, 1995

The Silicon Valley Toxic Coalition held its annual fundraiser last Thursday evening. As is customary for this occasion, the Coalition

The City “New Realities Task Force” could recommend increased taxes, service reductions or scaling down Redevelopment projects
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The City “New Realities Task Force” could recommend increased taxes, service reductions or scaling down Redevelopment projects »

September 20, 1995

by Yolanda Reynolds

On March 28, 1995. San Jose Mayor Susan Hammer convened a group of 28 valley residents to

Juchit Ireta, a place of musical and intellectual expressions of mi pueblo
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Juchit Ireta, a place of musical and intellectual expressions of mi pueblo »

August 23, 1995

by Yolanda Reynolds

A “peña,” the name used in Spanish speaking countries for a gathering of friends to share music,

“Neither Latinos, Chicanos or Mexicanos, we are all united,” Ben Garza
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“Neither Latinos, Chicanos or Mexicanos, we are all united,” Ben Garza »

August 23, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

The local daily, the San Jose Mercury News, has over the years periodically engendered a feeling of

Campesino and Political organizations appeal for investigations and justice regarding assassinations and death threats
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Campesino and Political organizations appeal for investigations and justice regarding assassinations and death threats »

August 16, 1995

by Yolanda Reynolds

Three PRD (Partido Revolucionario Democrático) members from the state of Guerrero bring to the US. And the

N.A.H.P. reaffirms its commitment to serve and support member publications and the Hispanic community
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N.A.H.P. reaffirms its commitment to serve and support member publications and the Hispanic community »

July 19, 1995

by Yolanda Reynolds

The N.A.H.P. (National Association of Hispanic Publications) President and Board of Directors (which is made up of

Art work by Native American artists breaks new ground
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Art work by Native American artists breaks new ground »

July 12, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Exhibit at American Indian Center

“Following Direction, Skin Alter,” a multi Cultural Art Exhibit by Native American

INS office in San Jose expects to cut citizenship process by half
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INS office in San Jose expects to cut citizenship process by half »

July 12, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Local congressional leaders, U.S. Representatives Zoe Lofgren, Norm Mineta of San Jose and Sam Farr (representing Monterrey-Watsonville