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LCLAA Honors Fallen Workers on Workers’ Memorial Day

Dear LCLAA members, allies and friends, Each year on Workers Memorial Day, working people throughout the world pause to remember those who were hurt or killed on the job. We honor them, and redouble our our efforts to ensure no one should have to put their lives on the line to bring home a paycheck. […]

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Luis J. Rodriguez to Become First Latino to Head State Bar of California

Luis J. Rodriguez will become part of history when he is sworn in as the 89th president of the California State Bar in October “which regulates more than 237,000 attorneys in the state” according to dailynews.com.  “I’m the first Latino and that’s something to celebrate, especially in the state of California but at the same time, it’s […]

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Union City, NJ: A Once Troubled School District Thrives

By Victoria Cepeda It was the Fall of 1985 when I entered the Union City school district by enrolling at what was then Union Hill High School as a freshman. A foreign-born with few English words in my inventory but with a drive for learning surpassed only by some of my teachers’ determination not to […]

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