latino community

  • Smithsonian Looks to CA Community College for Latino Talent

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Smithsonian Institution in Washington is working to recruit a new generation of Latino docents and curators, so they can help tell their community’s stories. The museum will open its new Molina Family Latino Gallery next year. Smithsonian Latino Center executive director Eduardo Diaz said he recruits interns where...
  • La “Smithsonian” Mira a un Community College de California para Talento Latino

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — La institución Smithsonian de Washington DC busca reclutar a una nueva generación de docentes y curadores Latinos – para que puedan ayudar dando a conocer historias de su comunidad. El museo abrirá la nueva Galería Latina de la Familia Molina el próximo ano. El director ejecutivo...
  • COMMENTARY: EO ARCHIVES ARE INCLUSIVE OF MOST LATINO-HISPANIC EFFORTS

    The last two last Friday of the month meetings (August 26th and September 27, 2019 were of great interest. During the August 26, 2019 meeting, U.S. Congress Member Zoe Lofgren, (CA-District 17) and Chairman Victor Garza told several anecdotes concerning their long relationship as community activists. Lofgren supported having...
  • WITHOUT COMMUNICATION OF A ‘VISIONARY FUTURE’ THE PEOPLE WILL LANGUISH

    Someone shared with me a quote by Simon Sinek, “Leadership is a way of thinking, a way of acting and, most importantly, a way of communicating.” The King James Bible states that, “Without (leaders communicating) a vison (of their future) the people will perish.” The featured speakers of last...
  • The Coyote Valley Linkage to the Latino Community

    From the acquisition of California from Mexico in 1848, to the agricultural ties of the Valley of Heart’s Delight, to the transition of Silicon Valley, Latinos have strong cultural connections to Santa Clara Valley. Historically, we merge the issues of economic equality, civil rights, and local environmental concerns together....

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