She served as a vice chair for the National Women's Political Caucus' Chicana Caucus and has 30 years of achievements in youth education, women's equality, farm workers rights, immigration law and more.At 62, she became the oldest woman to graduate from law school.It looks as if you have another extraordinary issue. Thonhoff Ricardo Valverde Janete Vargas Ted Vincent [email protected]@Bea Armenta Dever, Steven Hernandez, Mimi Lozano Holtzman, Pat Lozano, Yolanda Magdaleno, Henry Marquez, Yolanda Ochoa Hussey, Gloria Cortinas Oliver, Michael Perez, Crispin Rendon, Viola Rodriguez Sadler, John P. Hispanic Employment in Federal Agencies Letter from Los Angeles City Council in support of Guy Gabaldon Legacy of Valor Display traveling this summer Dr. Please support this effort, by expressing your support to Jose Huizar's office, and to your local representative. He was as much of a patriot as the signers of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Godinez to become the first Mexican American Postmaster in the United States, in Santa Ana, California. Any information regarding the appointment is greatly appreciated. 915 La Salle, Waco, Texas 76706 (254) 235-8664 AND Gilbert Garcia [email protected] # (714) 742-2099 Santa Ana, California "Although American Latinos have made and continue to make significant contributions to the culture and history of the United States, many of those contributions go unrecognized in the official narrative," said Rep. Similar legislation was filed in the Senate by Sen. Becerra said the bipartisan nature of the legislation would create enthusiasm and broad support for the bill. An elected delegate of the Texas and 1977 National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas; Lupe, along with Jean Stapleton and Corretta Scott King, read the "Declaration of American Women" one of the highlights of this landmark event for women of the United States.I really appreciate the piece on the Freedmen's bank. Granted, he wasn't present when this union was formed, but he certainly clarified the freedom and liberties intended by the founders. Hector who helped us realize that an injustice against any American is an injustice against all Americans. By Patricia Guadalupe January 4, 2007 Nydia Velazquez of New York becoming chair of the House Small Business Committee, the first-ever Latina and first-ever Puerto Rican to do so. Nationally, she is best known for her many years of award winning work demonstrating changes needed in AFDC Welfare Policy.
She is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, Santa Clara Association of Realtors, Women's Council of Realtors and California Association of Realtors.Often referred to as a powerhouse in Northern California politics and the "matriarch" of San Francisco's Latino community, the Mission District, Margaret Cruz has worked, in some capacity, under every president from Truman to Clinton.In 1973 Margaret was the first woman elected president of the Mexican American Political Association. She bec Raquel Garza spoke to a Burns producer in New Orleans and was told that no Latinos were included. Rivas-Rodriguez received information from Ken Burns staff. Associate Professor School of Journalism 1 University Station A1000 University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas 78712-0113 office: (512) 471-0405 fax: (512) 471-7979 email: [email protected]: U. Latino and Latina WWII Oral History Project to the PBS news release your film "focuses on the stories of citizens from four geographically distributed and quintessentially American towns Waterbury, Connecticut; Mobile, Alabama; Sacramento, California and the tiny farming town of Luverne, Minnesota." You are quoted as stating: "Every person in the country was deeply affected by this war, whether in battle, at home, at work, or in the case of Japanese Americans, in internment camps. Texas which ended state-mandated segregation of Mexican American children in Texas and Gonzalez v. Supp.1004 which enjoined Arizona from maintaining separate public schools for Mexican American children. Forum, a Mexican American servicemens national organization, in having the body of Felix Longoria buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery. I would like to add that a big part of the disparity is still not being addressed. It seems if they were able to count the workforce by agency and department, they would also have the grade level (GS) at which these people are employed. All of the federal employees in Puerto Rico are probably Hispanic. Garcia By Claude D'Unger December 31, 2006 It has been a decade since that day in July that Dr. South Texas was fortunate that he came through here. His papers are nearby, in the special collection section of the Mary and Jeff Bell Library. His exploits, including the racial discrimination that he faced, are chronicled in his book: Piloto Migrant Worker to Jet Pilot, published by Hellgate Press. I felt the results were totally inadequate because they did not include the kinds of information needed to make a change. Ramos, Juan: Thank you very much for sharing the TRPI Brief on GAO Report on Hispanic Employment in Federal Agencies. Was the information concerning grade level (GS) not gathered? Also, I would also like to have some regional information included. If there ever was a noble man walking the land, it was he. Hector, as he is still respectfully known, was one of those rare people who pass through time and history. There is a beautiful statue of him in a plaza dedicated in his honor at Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi.