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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

Santa Clara County Grand Jury demands public accountability in full from Redevelopment Agency
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Santa Clara County Grand Jury demands public accountability in full from Redevelopment Agency »

July 5, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

The Redevelopment Agency in the City of San Jose is making “Expenditures of Funds Not Allowed by

New Redevelopment project endanger federal funds and City’s budget
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New Redevelopment project endanger federal funds and City’s budget »

June 7, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Mayor Hammer has convened “The New Realities Task Force,” a group made up of 28 Valley residents,

Redevelopment agency runs short of funds
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Redevelopment agency runs short of funds »

May 31, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

On June 1, the San Jose Redevelopment Agency Board (San Jose City Council) will decide which building

Community advocates launch “Citizen Today, Vote Tomorrow” campaign
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Community advocates launch “Citizen Today, Vote Tomorrow” campaign »

May 10, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Local community based organizations and community activists have launched a campaign to encourage all eligible persons to

Latino community misses professional news coverage by former Channel 14 South Bay Bureau Chief, Mario del Castillo
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Latino community misses professional news coverage by former Channel 14 South Bay Bureau Chief, Mario del Castillo »

April 26, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

South Bay listeners of Channel 14 Univision’s Spanish language television news will miss Mario del Castillo who

From destruction and mayhem at MACLA: The spirit of solidarity and community emerges in support of the freedom of artistic expression
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From destruction and mayhem at MACLA: The spirit of solidarity and community emerges in support of the freedom of artistic expression »

April 5, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Photo: by Mary J. Andrade

A twisted and tortured mind caused the destruction last Wednesday evening of

“Nightmare on Constitution Avenue”
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“Nightmare on Constitution Avenue” »

March 15, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Photo: by Mary J. Andrade

Now, with the announcement of definite plans to cut government programs for

Congresswoman Lofgren faces tough challenges as legislator, mother and a woman
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Congresswoman Lofgren faces tough challenges as legislator, mother and a woman »

March 15, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Photos by Mary J. Andrade

Decisions in Washington D.C. will affect the present and future of the