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The Surname Bobadilla
From La Rioja to Jalisco - by John P. Schmal
July 21, 2014


Entrepreneurs: Herbalife Has Positive Impact
California Herbalife members travel to Capitol Hill to stand up for Herbalife - by LatinoLA Contributor
July 21, 2014










Soccer Star Spurs Kids to Achieve College Dreams
Former Chivas USA star Claudio Suarez encourages youth to participate in soccer and their education via AlianzaU.com - by LatinoLA Contributor
July 17, 2014


National Water Safety Camp Held at East LA Boys & Girls Club
ZAC Foundation brings "ZAC Camp" to East LA kids, promoting water safety - by LatinoLA Contributor
July 13, 2014










Project CUIDAR hosts free 'Parenting the Young Child'
A six-week, 12-session parenting workshop series, "Parenting the Young Child," offered by Cal State San Bernardino, Ju - by LatinoLA Contributor
July 12, 2014


Indigenous San Luis Potosí
Home of the Guachichiles, Huastecos and Náhuatl Speakers - by John P. Schmal
July 10, 2014



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Bilingual Mexican Americans Needed for Research Study
Study on Personality and culture needs research participants - by LatinoLA Contributor

CSUSB Student Veterans Center to Host Open House July 3
In celebration of Independence Day, the Veterans Success Center at Cal State San Bernardino will host an open house - by LatinoLA Contributor

Read Conmigo Helps LA Kids Avoid Summer Slide
Free books and online resources keep children's reading skills fine-tuned during vacation - by LatinoLA Contributor

Survivors of Human Trafficking Foundation
Virginia was abducted in Guadalajara, Mexico - by Maria Reyna

Actress Judy Reyes & UnitedHealthcare Team Up for Hunger
Volunteer project is part of UnitedHealthcare's "Do Good. Live Well." initiative and "La Golda" premier - by LatinoLA Contributor

HPRA Proclaims June 25 as Latino Social Media Day
Follow the hashtag #LatinoSMday on 6/25 and be part of a national initiative to celebrate Latino achievements online - by LatinoLA Contributor

NEA Honors Dr. Rodolfo F. Acuña
Annual event highlights work of a dozen of America's human and civil rights heroes with a passion for social justice - by LatinoLA Contributor

La Brea Tar Pits To Offer New Experiences
Including the reopening of mid-century Observation Pit and reactivating excavations inside Pit 91, starting June 28 - by LatinoLA Contributor

CA Dairy Industry Redefines the Term Milk Money
The Great American Milk Drive enables local food banks to provide critical nourishment via milk especially during summer months - by LatinoLA Contributor

Development and Enrichment inWalnut Park
Gloria Molina Community Empowerment Center provides local families with quality development, care for toddlers and preschooler - by LatinoLA Contributor

3rd Annual Doggie Street Festival Los Angeles
Diana Alvear, journalist and author of Sal, Everybody's Pal, to appear in writer panel, July 20 - by Jude Artenstein

Soccer Legends & Fans Send Well Wishes to El Tri
Allstate creates special fan video as a tribute to the Mexican National Team during Its World Cup tour - by LatinoLA Contributor

Cardenas Markets Founders Get Honorary Doctorate Degrees
Entrepreneurs Luz and Jesus Cardenas receive honorary doctorate of humane letters at Cal State University San Bernardino - by Carmen Murillo-Moyeda, Public Affairs, CSUSB


D-Day 70th Anniversary in East Los Angeles
How I spent this year's D-Day - by Eddie Morin

AMERITAS Launches Hispanic Pathways
Dual Language Immersion Program Partners with Tarrant County College in Texas after two years of success in California - by Julia S Ramirez

4th of July - Get Your Dog Used to the Sound of Fireworks
Keep your dog safe and save the lives of other dogs - by LatinoLA Contributor

The Forgotten Heroes Monument in East L.A.
Reminding us to remember our fallen, located in East L.A.'s Atlantic Park - by C.J. Salgado

Juntos y Unidos: March Against Monsanto
There will be marches in Los Angeles, Long Beach, Laguna Beach, the Valley and all around the world, May 24 - by Maria Reyna

Plastic Bag Ban Ordinance Extends To Small Grocers
L.A.'s single-use plastic bag ban ordinance extends to small grocers, liquor stores and convenience stores effective July 1 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Los Angeles Wells Fargo Works for Small Business
$110 billion in new small business loans!! - by LatinoLA Contributor

Francesca Vega Announces Candidacy for LACCD Board of Trustees
Vega's campaign will reinforce education as a key focus to empower residents of the Los Angeles County, in particular women - by LatinoLA Contributor

Read Conmigo Declares First Bilingual Literacy Month in May
Local celebration bridges need for bilingual reading proficiency for educational success - by LatinoLA Contributor

LULAC Pays Tribute to Latino Military Veterans
This year, for the first time in LULAC's 85 year history, they are opening their doors to the public, May 16 - 18 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Pumping Water and Eating Tacos in East L.A.
East L.A. water company seeks to improve facilities and customer relations - by C.J. Salgado

Charter Renewed: Anahuacalmecac International University Prep
Unanimous vote by California State Board of Education recognizes importance of the mission to serve needs of Indigenous People - by LatinoLA Contributor


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