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El Hispanic News October 2014 Edition

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Oregon: Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Innovation, and Welcoming Initiatives in the Beaver State

In Oregon, there is no doubt that immigrant entrepreneurs and innovators play an important role. Immigrant entrepreneurs bring in additional revenue, create jobs, and contribute significantly to the state’s economy. Highly skilled immigrants are vital to the state’s innovation industries and to the metropolitan areas within the state, helping to …

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There Was a Time

By Alberto Moreno, El Hispanic News There was a time when there were no Tortillas in Oregon. It is not known how communion was possible without this holy sacrament. And so the holy scriptures went unsounded and unheard in the empty churches which had not yet been built by the …

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Dolores Huerta: Obama was right in delaying action on immigration

News Report, Griselda Nevarez Labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta is standing by President Barack Obama on his decision to delay executive action on immigration and is asking the immigrant community to have patience. “We have to look at the big picture and don’t get caught up in …

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Why Latino Leaders Are Wrong to Stand With Obama on Immigration

South Kern Sol, Gonzalo Santos Editor’s Note: President Obama’s recent decision to delay executive action on immigration until after the November elections disappointed many immigrants and rights activists. Some Latino leaders, however, have chosen to stand by the President’s decision. In the below commentary, Dr. Gonzalo Santos, a professor at …

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“Words That Burn” Looks at WWII from All Angles

By Leela Ginelle, El Hispanic News Cindy Williams Guitierrez’ play “Words That Burn” dramatizes the WWII experiences of three very different men. Former Oregon Poet Laureate and pacifist William Stafford was a conscientious objector during the war and worked in Civilian Public Service camps. Fellow Oregon Poet Laureate Lawson Inada …

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El Hispanic News September 2014 Edition

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100 Days of Stories for Measure 88

On July 25th, exactly 100 days before Election Day, Causa launched our 100 Days of Stories project in an effort to lift up the faces and voices of individuals who would benefit from and are supportive of Measure 88 — the Driver Card ballot measure. Every day, Causa posts a …

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