Blanca Vargas, Vicepresident of Northwest LULAC, Edwin Rosado Treasurer of LULAC 5001, and one of the broadcasters celebrate at the Open House of the Latino station Sabor Latino, 98.1 F.M. which broadcasts out of South Bend, Indiana.
Learning Spanish is more than learning words, is getting immerse in the culture. That is what these Spanish students at GMS experience in their classes. Dancing music from other cultures is one of the regular activities of the curriculum.
Tatyana Sukhotinskaya, from Russia is a new ENL teacher at GMS. In her classes attend together children from different countries: Russia, Ukraine and Mexico among others.
These students also learn some delicious and simple recipes from Latino cultures
CONTINUING DROUGHT, COFFEE CRISIS LEAVE MANY IN CENTRAL AMERICA VULNERABLE TO MALNUTRITION
Baltimore, November 6, 2002 -Two years of drought have left a corridor of Central America in urgent need of food assistance, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) reported today.
Hoosiers share international waterfowl success story Indiana DNR helps support important Canadian wetlands
Geese, ducks and other birds dont observe state or national borders. So Hoosier bird watchers and hunters know that if we want improved populations of waterfowl in Indiana, we need to think and act beyond our own backyards.
Europe Single Largest Source of Older Foreign-Born
Among the nations 3.1 million foreign-born people age 65 and over in 2000, 39 percent came from Europe, 31 percent from Latin America and 22 percent from Asia, according to a report released today by the Commerce Departments Census Bureau.
CORPORATE COUNCIL OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN SOLIDARITY FOUNDATION TO HOLD IMPORTANT MEETING TO ANALYZE RELATIONS BETWEEN MEXICO AND MEXICANS IN THE UNITED STATES
Mexico CityNovember 14, 2002The 19th Annual Meeting of the Corporate Council of Mexican-American Solidarity Foundation (Consejo Directivo de la Fundación Solidaridad Mexicano-Americana), the only bi-national, private and non-profit entity that fosters relations between Mexico and Mexican-Americans and promotes trade, educational and cultural cooperation between the two communities, will take place Nov. 15 and 16 in Washington, D.C.