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  • Parques nacionales abandonados en EE.UU., un daño irreparable

    El cierre parcial del Gobierno estadounidense deja un ‘legado’ de incompetencia María Rozman Especial para El Observador Estados Unidos es un país tan grande como hermoso. Lo admito. Cadenas montañosas, ríos, lagos, bosques, praderas, desiertos, pantanos, playas, volcanes y cañones surcan su territorio dejando a cualquiera que tenga la...
  • La Danza Azteca

    Calpulli Tonalehqueh Aztec Dance La Danza es una de las formas de expression humana cuya practica se ha realizado universalmente en tiempo y espacio.  Esto es evidente en todas las epocas y culturas del orbe.  En la danza autoctona de Mexico se observa la permanente creacion artistica derivada de...
  • County of Santa Clara’s Intern & Earn Program Begins Open Enrollment for 2019 Summer Internships

    SCC SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF. –Investing in the Silicon Valley’s next generation, the County of Santa Clara’s Intern & Earn Program is inspiring the County’s most vulnerable youth to start planning for a successful future. The program offers youth in the CalWORKs, Foster Care and CalFresh programs an invaluable...
  • Newsom Lays Out Lofty Health Goals in State of the State

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Groups that promote greater access to health care cheered Tuesday February 12 as Gov. Gavin Newsom made the issue a central part of his State of the State address. The governor criticized what he called the Trump administration’s “vandalism” of the...
  • San José Launches Digital Inclusion Fund to Close the Digital Divide

    Office of Mayor Liccardo   San José, Calif. – On Tuesday February 12 Mayor Sam Liccardo announced that the City of San José had authorized the creation of the San José Digital Inclusion Fund (DIF). This initiative, funded through private corporate investment and the largest of its kind in...
  • Californians Add Momentum to “Green New Deal”

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SAN DIEGO – Grassroots groups such as the Sunrise Movement and 350.org are mobilizing across California and the nation this week and next to promote the “Green New Deal,” a 10-year-plan to fight climate change by weaning the country off of oil and gas....
  • Latino Leaders Condemn Texas Efforts to Intimidate Naturalized Voters from Participating in Elections

    National Hispanic Leadership Agenda   WASHINGTON, DC — The board of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, a coalition of 45 of the nation’s most preeminent Latino advocacy organizations, adopted a resolution last Monday condemning attempts to deter naturalized citizens from voting in Texas.  The action was passed in response to...
  • A Tribute to Betty Rose, Former Co-Publisher of El Observador

    EL OBSERVADOR It was Betty Rose who encouraged her husband, Hilbert Morales, to do something about the level of ignorance with respect to access to education and health care services in the Latino community way back then during the early 1980’s. When Hilbert and Betty Morales acquired El Observador...
  • CA Mayors Promote Innovative Solutions to Housing Crunch

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – On any given night 134,000 people in California are homeless, and millions more are at risk of losing the roof over their heads. So, several California mayors looking for innovative solutions joined a national roundtable discussion in DC on Thursday. Oakland...

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