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HOMELESS SAN JOSEANS CONTINUE THEIR ODYSSEY IN SEARCH OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
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May 27, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

Late in the afternoon of Saturday the 24th, the San Jose Police handcuffed and removed the residents

ONE CREATIVE SOLUTION FOR HOMELESS IS THREATENED
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May 16, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

Last Wednesday morning, at the now closed St. Joseph Gramma School on Park Avenue, a Redevelopment Agency

PACT LEADERSHIP VOWS TO REDIRECT SAN JOSE RESOURCES TO THE NEEDS OF YOUTH AND NEIGHBORHOODS
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PACT LEADERSHIP VOWS TO REDIRECT SAN JOSE RESOURCES TO THE NEEDS OF YOUTH AND NEIGHBORHOODS »

May 13, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

Wednesday evening, May 6, young people and their parents, joined in a long procession of lament for

SAN JOSEANS REACT TO THE LOS ANGELES DISASTER QUICKLY AND WITH CALM
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May 6, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

Great sadness and controlled frustration characterized the mood of many in San Jose over the Rodney King

COUNCILWOMAN ALVARADO WORKS TO CLEAN UP EAST SIDE APARTMENT COMPLEX
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May 2, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

Last week, San Ion City officials announced the start of projects that are meant to improve the

STADIUM PROPONENTS LEAVE QUESTIONS UNANSWERED AFTER DEBATE
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STADIUM PROPONENTS LEAVE QUESTIONS UNANSWERED AFTER DEBATE »

April 18, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

On Thursday night, the Giants team lost to the San Diego Padres in a 5 to 3

ALUM ROCK BUSINESS AND PROPERTY OWNERS QUESTION THE PROPOSED SITE FOR THE MEXICAN HERITAGE GARDENS
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ALUM ROCK BUSINESS AND PROPERTY OWNERS QUESTION THE PROPOSED SITE FOR THE MEXICAN HERITAGE GARDENS »

April 15, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

On Wednesday evening, the San Jose Planning Commission heard a number of Alum Rock business people express

THE MARIACHI CONCERT AND FOLKLORIC FESTIVAL WILL BE THE GALA EVENT DURING THE SAN JOSE AMERICA FESTIVAL
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THE MARIACHI CONCERT AND FOLKLORIC FESTIVAL WILL BE THE GALA EVENT DURING THE SAN JOSE AMERICA FESTIVAL »

April 11, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

On Thursday morning, the San Jose City Hall staff had their very own mariachi serenade. The Mexican

SOLIDARITY FROM THE COMMUNITY DRAMATIZES THE PLIGHT OF SAN JOSE’S HOMELESS
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SOLIDARITY FROM THE COMMUNITY DRAMATIZES THE PLIGHT OF SAN JOSE’S HOMELESS »

April 4, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

Hammerville, a hastily constructed tent city, erected by the homeless on the front lawn of San Jose’s

WHO REALLY WILL BENEFIT FROM THE STADIUM?
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March 26, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

The proposed to build: stadium in San Jose will cost San Jose residents far more than its