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MI TIERRA GARDENERS GAIN IMPORTANT SUPPORT IN THEIR QUEST AT THEIR PRESENT LOCATION
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MI TIERRA GARDENERS GAIN IMPORTANT SUPPORT IN THEIR QUEST AT THEIR PRESENT LOCATION »

August 16, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

On Tuesday evening, August 11, Mi Tierra gardeners were honored by a visit from the San Jose

MI TIERRA GARDENERS REAFFIRM THEIR OPPOSITION TO THE CITY’S RELOCATION PLAN
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MI TIERRA GARDENERS REAFFIRM THEIR OPPOSITION TO THE CITY’S RELOCATION PLAN »

July 22, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

On Saturday morning, July 18, San Jose Parks and Recreation representative Jim Norman and Community Gardens Coordinator,

MI TIERRA COMMUNITY GARDEN, IS SLATED TO BE DESTROYED
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MI TIERRA COMMUNITY GARDEN, IS SLATED TO BE DESTROYED »

July 15, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

On June 30, Mi Tierra, the first community garden established in San Jose, is slated to become

CESAR CHAVEZ ANNOUNCES REVOLUTIONARY SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROGRAM “LUPE” FOR THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
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CESAR CHAVEZ ANNOUNCES REVOLUTIONARY SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROGRAM “LUPE” FOR THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY »

July 1, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

Cesar Chavez spoke to a standing room gathering of people at Lee Mathson Middle School Monday Night.

HAMMER AND GIANTS STRIKE OUT $$ MILLION $$ CAMPAIGN FAILS
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HAMMER AND GIANTS STRIKE OUT $$ MILLION $$ CAMPAIGN FAILS »

June 6, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

CAST, Citizens Against Stadium Taxes, opponents of a ballot measure to publicly finance a ballpark in San

INDIFERENCE TOWARDS THE COMMUNITY BY MACSA CHARGED IN A PICKET BY A GRASS ROOT ORGANIZATION
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INDIFERENCE TOWARDS THE COMMUNITY BY MACSA CHARGED IN A PICKET BY A GRASS ROOT ORGANIZATION »

June 2, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

MACSA (Mexican American Community Services Agency) was picketed early Monday morning, June 1, by a group of

HOMELESS SAN JOSEANS CONTINUE THEIR ODYSSEY IN SEARCH OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
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HOMELESS SAN JOSEANS CONTINUE THEIR ODYSSEY IN SEARCH OF SOCIAL JUSTICE »

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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ONE CREATIVE SOLUTION FOR HOMELESS IS THREATENED »

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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SAN JOSEANS REACT TO THE LOS ANGELES DISASTER QUICKLY AND WITH CALM »

May 6, 1992

By Yolanda Reynolds

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