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SJSU Latino Alumni Network presents the Latino Vote Event

SJSU Latino Alumni Network presents the Latino Vote Event

SJSU Latino Alumni Network presents the Latino Vote Event. **Onsite voter registration will be available for those eligible to vote. SJSU Latino Alumni Network invites SJSU students and alumni to join their event Tuesday, October 4th from 6-8pm in MLK Library Meeting Room 225 where they will discuss the impact and importance of The Latino […]

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Bay Area’s New Latino population (county numbers)

The Bay Area’s Latino population has grown slower in past 7 years. Also nationally, Latino’s low growth due to declining immigration and U.S. birth rates. Excerpt San Jose Mercury news Despite this shift, the region is home to one of the largest Latino populations in the country, according to a report released Thursday by the Pew Research […]

[Photos] Virgin Mary Guadalupe Pilgrimage 30

[Photos] Virgin Mary Guadalupe Pilgrimage 2015

Cruzada Guadalupana de San Francisco is a 12 mile walk from South SF to SF’s St. Mary cathedral. The 22nd annual Cruzada Guadalupana began at All Souls Church in South San Francisco at 5:30 a.m., with many pilgrims dressed in Native American and traditional Mexican peasant costumes. The march ended at 2 p.m. at St. […]