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New factors emerge as Zedillo makes attempts at military control in Chiapas
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New factors emerge as Zedillo makes attempts at military control in Chiapas »

February 15, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

“War has begun on Mexican soil” say leaders of the New York Committee for Democracy in Mexico/USA.

U.S. MEXICAN COMMUNITY ABHORS GOVERNMENT ACTION IN THEIR COUNTRY
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U.S. MEXICAN COMMUNITY ABHORS GOVERNMENT ACTION IN THEIR COUNTRY »

February 11, 1995

By Yolanda ReynoIds

“Zedillo is desperate,” says Ben Garza, a San Josean and long-time observer of Mexican politics. Garza adds,

Parent involvement makes a difference. District officials decide not to cancel bilingual class
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Parent involvement makes a difference. District officials decide not to cancel bilingual class »

January 18,1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Parents whose children attend the Selma Olinder Elementary School at 890 F. William, in downtown San Jose, hard

San Jose student questions Indian Institute management in New Mexico
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San Jose student questions Indian Institute management in New Mexico »

January 4, 1994

By Yolanda Reynolds

A San Josean, Henry Morillo, attending the renowned Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe

Hope grows for justice and peaceful solutions in Mexico
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Hope grows for justice and peaceful solutions in Mexico »

Bishop Ruiz is appointed as mediator in Chiapas

December 28, 1994

By Yolanda Reynolds

With the unresolved problems in Chiapas and other southern

After one year San Joseans continue to ask for a civilian review board for oversight of police conduct
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After one year San Joseans continue to ask for a civilian review board for oversight of police conduct »

December 21, 1994

By Yolanda Reynolds

A number of San Jose residents came before the Human Rights Commission last Thursday night to express

Quetzacoatl’s message for unity and learning comes to San Jose
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Quetzacoatl’s message for unity and learning comes to San Jose »

November 23, 1994

By Yolanda Reynolds

Photos by Mary J. Andrade

Last Friday, a statue of the ancient feathered serpent deity, Quetzacoatl, by

City officials promised A.R.A.C. to study the concentration of liquor outlets in San Jose
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City officials promised A.R.A.C. to study the concentration of liquor outlets in San Jose »

October 26, 1994

By Yolanda Reynolds

The Alum Rock King Road area now has too many places that sell liquor say spokespersons of

“Yes” or “No” vote on November ballot propositions will have a major impact in Californians
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“Yes” or “No” vote on November ballot propositions will have a major impact in Californians »

October 18, 1994

By Yolanda Reynolds

On November 8, California and San Jose voters will have an opportunity to express their choice for

In Spite of Political Rhetoric, California and Mexico Work Towards Increased Business Opportunities
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In Spite of Political Rhetoric, California and Mexico Work Towards Increased Business Opportunities »

October 12, 1994

By Yolanda Reynolds

Representatives from the City of San Jose’s Office of Economic Development Specialist, Assistant Director, Pamela K. Stone,