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“Mexican-American Dream 2008” Scholarships Established to Help Immigrant Students

The Council of Mexican Federation in North America (COFEM), a not-for-profit organization serving the immigrant community, along with affiliated federations and... Read more »

Community Calendar: October 2, 2008

Thursday, October 2 10am-5pm –“Target America: Opening Eyes to the Damage Drugs Cause,” a special exhibit from the Drug Enforcement Administration, will open... Read more »

Sixth Grade Added to Murchison Street Elementary

A group of students from a low-income community in Los Angeles started sixth grade at their elementary school instead of the middle school they were going to be... Read more »

Mayor to Host ‘Community Budget Day’

The City of Los Angeles is opening its doors to the public with series of workshops and a budget presentation by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at City Hall on Oct 11.... Read more »

Affording a Life on America’s Dime

Like 19th century pioneers who believed in Manifest Destiny, they came by busloads. They marched into the Los Angeles Convention Center, not to stake a claim for... Read more »

Paying for College Just Got a Little Harder

This is Esmeralda Saucedo’s third year at Cal State Los Angeles (CSULA), but it is the first year the 20-year-old psychology major has had difficulty paying for... Read more »

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