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AARP CA and SBA to Hold Encore Entrepreneur Event
Collaboration promotes entrepreneurship among Individuals aged 50 and older at Whittier Raddisson, April 26 - by Anai Ibarra
April 16, 2014

#ChampionsOfCare Targets #Latinos with @KarlaMartinezTV
www.CareInspiresCare.com launches, rewarding people with a chance to win tickets the #WorldCup #CopaMundial - by LatinoLA Contributor
March 31, 2014

#LA #FirstGeneration "Go #College" Initiative
Ground-breaking campaign aims to shrink the higher education gap for first generation students, minorities, underserved youth - by LatinoLA Contributor
March 28, 2014

Covered California Enrollment Event at Olvera Street
COFEM targets DREAMERS, others to help increase the number of people registered by the March 31 deadline, March 22 - by LatinoLA Contributor
March 20, 2014

#Hispanics in #Philanthropy Launches @HIPGive
HIPGive online platform will support Latino projects across the U.S. and Latin America and will Include a launch contest to win - by LatinoLA Contributor
March 15, 2014

Indigenous Veracruz
An impressive diversity within a long, narrow state - by John P. Schmal
March 10, 2014

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Indigenous Sonora: Four Centuries of Conflict (1531-1927)
The Yaqui Indians are seen as a rare vestige of the old Mexico. - by John P. Schmal

United Health Care Continues Support of Lestonnac Free Clinic
Lestonnac Free Clinic patients in Orange receive wheelchairs in honor of International Wheelchair Day - by latinola contributor

World Harvest Food Bank Ready for Easter
Banco de Comida World Harvest listo para Dia del Conejo - by latinola contributor

New Water Tank in East L.A.
The real "magic" behind getting safe and sufficient drinking water to our homes and why it matters - by C.J. Salgado

Los Angeles Area Latinos Financially Fit on Immediate Needs
According to Wells Fargo survey, concerns about enough savings for emergencies
and retirement still affect most area Hispanics - by latinola contributor

Herbalife Hosts Latina Students to Enjoy a Skin Care Experience
Herbalife Skin Is launched at global nutrition company's headquarters In Los Angeles - by LatinoLA Contributor

City Residents Are Reminded to Bring Reusable Bags When Shopping
Several weeks into the new year, the City of L.A. wants to remind residents to Bring Your Own Bag! when shopping at supermarkets - by LatinoLA Contributor

Indigenous Guerrero
Living with the remnants of the Aztec Empire - by John P. Schmal

Minority Students Stand and Deliver at Academic Decathlon
Students from Chaffey HS in Ontario, CA to compete against nation's best at Academic Decathlon - by LatinoLA Contributor

Luis Rodriguez Poetry Locomotive
Send El Poeta to Sacra as more than 40 poets and hundreds of poetry aficionados take poetry to the community, February 16 - by Abel Salas, Brooklyn & Boyle

Indigenous Jalisco (1529-2010)
A case study in mestizaje - by John P. Schmal

Indigenous Tamaulipas
Reconstructing the Mexican state's native past - by John P. Schmal

Manual Arts H.S. Wins LAUSD Cooking Up Change
School will represent district at the National Competition in Washington, DC - by LatinoLA Contributor

Indigenous Chihuahua: War and Assimilation
The mestizaje and assimilation of the indigenous Chihuahua people were widespread and today most of the state is truly Mexican - by John P. Schmal, Contributing Writer

Five Questions to Ask Before Becoming a Business Owner
Owning a small business can become extremely rewarding - by Sandi Mendoza, Business Manager Wells Fargo

Starbucks Presents "Noches Culturales" in Los Angeles
Try their new Caramel Flan Latte while enjoying Irene Diaz on Jan. 23 and Palenke Soultribe on Jan. 30 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Indigenous Baja
Living on the Edge of Existence - by John P. Schmal, Contributing Writer

2014 Checklist for Your Small Business
Save time for 2014 planning - by Sandi Mendoza, Wells Fargo Business Manager

Moctezuma's Descendants in Aguascalientes
Tracking the offspring of the last Aztec monarch - by John P. Schmal

Can You Read This?
You're lucky; 32 million Americans can't. Be grateful. Give the gift of literacy. - by Centro Latino for Literacy Staff, LatinoLA Contributor

The Surname Lozano
A prominent place in Mexican history - by John P. Schmal

Indigenous Nayarit: Resistance in the Sierra Madre
Named after a great Cora warrior that founded the Kingdom of Xécora in the high country of the Sierra Madre Mountains - by John P. Schmal

Indigenous Sinaloa: Rebellion and Resistance
Coveted by the Spanish, seeking to exploit its mineral wealth, but resistance of the indigenous peoples was strong - by John P. Schmal

Get Your Financial Houses in Order for 2014
Americans are focused on their credit score and debt - by LatinoLA Contributor

Michoacán: A Struggle for Identity
Michoacán derives from the Náhuatl terms, michin (fish) and hua (those who have) and can (place): Place of the Fishermen - by John P. Schmal

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