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Bullock Texas State History Museum Announces New Exhibit LIFE AND DEATH ON THE BORDER 1910-1920

  State-sanctioned racial violence on the Mexico-Texas border against Mexican Americans from 1910 through 1920 was some of the worst violence ever perpetrated in this country.  It prompted a struggle for justice and civil rights.    Life and Death on the Border 1910-1920 re-examines the events and context through a display of rare artifacts, photographic…

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DMN reviews Cara Mia Theatre’s “Blu”

by Nancy Churnin | Dallas Morning News | October 6, 2015 Photo by Ben Torres/Special Contributor – The vibrant cast, including Chris Ramirez and Stephanie Cleghorn Jasso, seamlessly melds gritty action with exuberant dancing in Cara Mia Theatre Co.’s “Blu” at the Latino Cultural Center. ‘Blu’ a wrenching look at the barrio through a mother’s eyes   Soledad and,…

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Meet Christopher Enriquez: UTA Student, Civil Rights Leader, Future City Councilman

          University of Texas at Arlington newspaper interviews LULAC District III Director, Christopher Enriquez.     Latin-American organization district director encourages civic engagement By Ariana Vera, The Shorthorn staff | October 6, 2015 Christopher Enriquez said the American dream means opportunity. The public relations junior and district director of the League…

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SCHOLARSHIPS FOR DACA STUDENTS

Undocumented students may incorrectly assume that they cannot legally attend college in the United States. There is no federal law that prohibits the admission of undocumented immigrants to U.S. colleges, public or private. However, there are certain obstacles that stand in the way of these students’ path to higher education. Visit GoldenDoorScholars to apply

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Art

Savage Impressions Art Festival – event photos

Description of Event:  It all happened in the back lot of Tyler and 7th St, Dallas, Texas on September 26, 2015 WordSpace, Ant Colony, Tyler Street Salon and Mighty Fine Arts present “Savage Impressions” a one day throwdown featuring a mash up of heretical print-makers and pirate artists taking their practice out to the streets…

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Friday Music Video: La Santa Cecilia

Watch the Lyric Video for La Santa Cecilia’s New Song ‘I Won’t Cry For You’ By Judy Cantor-Navas | August 28, 2015 | Billboard Magazine La Santa Cecilia is teasing the band’s fall album with the first, swinging, single, “I Won’t Cry For You.” The Grammy-winning group, fronted by the muscular voice of singer La…

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Elizabeth Villafranca and Faith In Texas Motivated to Act by Pope (podcast)

  Featured photo:  Pastor Wes Helm from Springcreek Church in Garland is active with Faith in Texas. He told the group about a planned rally at Dallas County Jail on Saturday. At A Dallas Watch Party, Pope’s Words Are A Call To Action By CHRISTOPHER CONNELLY – KERA News Listen to KERA report:   http://cpa.ds.npr.org/kera/audio/2015/09/pop_web_0.mp3…

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This Saturday in Ft. Worth: “Liminal Territory” Art Show Closing Reception

‘Liminal Territory’ Closing reception September 26th from 4-6pm, Central Gallery, with an artist talk at Central Tandy Lecture Hall. Our exhibition showcases the individual works of Joanne Cervantes, Analise Minjarez, and Sarita Westrup, three visual artists with ties to the borderlands of the U.S. and Mexico. Our mixed media and sculptural works seek to explore concepts of identity…

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Professional Diversity Career Fair

Employers Attending This Event: 24 Hour Fitness  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association  Belk, Inc.  Ciber, Inc.  Dallas County Community College District  Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas Manpower Group  NACCP Materials Handling Group  Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dallas-diversity-career-fair-registration-18372975063?aff=ebrowse

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