During the celebration of Virgin of Guadalupe on December 12th, this group played the drama representing the story of Juan Diego presenting the flowers to the Virgin. This history of the ‘dark skinned virgin’ is very revered by the mexican people. The drama took place in St. Adalbert church in South Bend. (Photo: Luis Méndez)


 

LATINO COMMUNITY CAN RECEIVE FREE LEGAL ASSISTANCE

State Bar sponsors "Talk To A Lawyer Today" Jan. 19 in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA), in cooperation with various groups around the state, will sponsor a program that offers free legal assistance to the citizens of Indiana.

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The Air is Fresher in Indianapolis

Indianapolis residents are breathing easier these days because three Latino restaurants decided to go smokefree. Indiana Latino Institute, Inc. (ILI), and it’s Marion County Tobacco Control Program steering committee,

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A New Program for Small Business Training and Support

ASSETS Elkhart County, is new program that will soon be empowering small scale entrepreneurs in our area. ASSETS (A Service for Self Employment Training and Support) has been successfully helping people turn their dream of self employment into reality in ten other locations across the nation.

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