Archive | September, 2010

Recent Community Leaders’ Achievements

Written by Victoria Cepeda Revised 9/30/10 by Efrain Nieves Dear Familia, In a year of Midterm elections, we wanted to highlight some of our political achievements, as a community, in the hopes to demonstrate  that together we can indeed make a difference. It is my opinion that these accomplishments are the byproduct of our determination and hard […]

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Happy Birthday Héctor Lavoe (September 30, 1946- June 29, 1993)

Written by Sasa Bella from Soneo Latino Héctor Juan Pérez Martínez also known as Héctor Lavoe (El Cantante de los Cantantes) is considered by some, to be one of the greatest salsa singers to ever live. He was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico on September 30, 1946. If he were alive today, I would like […]

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Latinos, Unemployment Rate & Obesity

by Victoria Cepeda Seldom do I feel the urge to share information with anyone as quickly as I did today. I just read an article on the Wall Street Journal titled “Number of the Week: When Job Creation is Troubling” that you should know about. As per the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD, 36% of […]

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