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About “We want to pave the way to unity and respect and mutual harmony. ...El Hispanic is being born to unite and to serve, or better stated: to serve while uniting.” Written by El Hispanic News Founder Juan Prats in the first issue IN 1981. Mission “We want to pave the way to unity and respect and mutual harmony. ...El Hispanic is being born to unite and to serve, or better stated: to serve while uniting.” Written by El Hispanic News Founder Juan Prats in the first issue IN 1981. Company Overview History El Hispanic News (EHN), founded in 1981 by Juan Prats, is the oldest Hispanic publication in the Pacific Northwest and a leading source of information for our community. Former New Mexico Secretary of State Clara Padilla Andrews purchased the publication in 1995. She has brought her political and business background to EHN as owner and publisher. With her guidance the publication has been committed to supporting and informing our community. It has reached great levels of communication, services, and quality. EHN has assisted many partners in reaching a community that is not reached through mainstream media outlets. El Hispanic News is the primary source for corporate America and local and state government agencies to effectively advertise to the Hispanic market. In 2000, El Hispanic News launched más – música y arte con sabor, an arts and culture publication. Inserted in El Hispanic News every other week, más includes features on local, national, and international talent, culture news, reviews, and events. The Market Oregon has seen a 400 percent increase in its Hispanic population since 1990, positioning Portland as one of the top 10 emerging Hispanic markets in the United States, according to the 2000 Census. Hispanic Business Magazine ranks Portland #6 in the nation among the most livable cities for Hispanics. El Hispanic News are proud to be the top news source in Oregon and Southwest Washington for our community, which is ever growing, not only in size, but also in social, economic, and political influence.

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Top Picks: Creating Change in 2017 • El Payaso at Milagro Theatre In 1987 Ben Linder was killed by Contras in Nicaragua, during a war that was fueled by the Regan administration of the United States. 30 years after his death, his work is honored at Milagro Theatre in El …

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