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El Hispanic News November/November 2014 Edition

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You get 100% at Sandoval’s

Sandoval Mexican restaurant was opened by Danny Sandoval and sisters and Pam, Deanne and brother Randy who opened their first restaurant on April 15, 1987 in Benicia California. Danny Sandoval found his way to Portland Oregon in 1993 and open Sandoval Mexican restaurant located on second and Pine in downtown …

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Diversifying the public art collection

By Lina Garcia Seabold, El Hispanic News Much has been written lately about Portland’s changing demographics, and the fact that communities of color have disproportionately low access to publicly funded services. For the last several years, the Regional Arts & Culture Council, which receives significant funding from the city of …

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Joaquin Lopez: Singing Lessons

By Olga Sanchez Saltveit, El Hispanic News Singer, songwriter, restaurateur, producer and actor, Joaquin Lopez has learned to move between one role and another with a grace that would make a ballerina jealous. Earlier this month, in honor of his many contributions to the community, he received the first annual …

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Ebola

What is Ebola? Ebola is one of the diseases known as viral hemorrhagic fevers. These diseases are caused by viruses that lead to high fevers and, in some cases, severe bleeding (hemorrhage). The disease caused by the Ebola virus is particularly dangerous, with a death rate of 50-90 percent. Ebola …

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DACA Recipients Grateful for Present, Uncertain About Future

Richmond Pulse, News Report, Edgardo Cervano-Soto RICHMOND, Calif. — Manuel Martinez thought his future would follow the life of his father. When he was 17, he thought he’d work in construction after high school. Despite living in Richmond, Calif. since the age of one, Martinez didn’t think he had many …

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#LetsBuyTheSugarShack

El Hispanic News Q & A with Verde Name of your organization and year started? Verde. 2005. Share with us a brief history of its founding and how you can to the helm? Verde began as a program of Hacienda CDC, a Latino-focused affordable housing provider in the Cully Neighborhood. …

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Artesia on Our Minds — Diary of an Immigration Detention Camp

New America Media, News Report, Helen Lawrence, El Hispanic News Ed. Note: Earlier this month immigration attorney Helen Lawrence joined a team of 10 Bay Area lawyers for a week-long stint providing free legal aid to immigrant detainees being housed at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, New …

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