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La Voz Latina Archives

Past Issues

2003

September
Coming soon . . .
August
Reaching out to Migrant Farmworkers, Festival Latino updates, Obtenga Seguro Médico, Art Collective Opens in Ypsilanti, Protéjase Contra Incendios
July
Affirmative action court challenge, Festival Latino preparations, latinos in politics, new latino market in Ypsilanti, musician: Benny Cruz, suffering from depression
June
Dying to get into America, St. Mary's, School of Assassins, Se Extiende TPS, Pfizer and the Latino Community, Protejase contra el SIDA, Carlos Valdes ~ Profile in Courage, Jewish & Muslim Latinos, "La Oficina" VIene a Ypsilanti
May
Cinco de Mayo in mainstream America, La Voz Latina goes online, murders in Juarez, Mexico, excercising in pregnancy, the dangers of drunk driving, profile of Latin jazz artist Roland Vazquez, Latino music in local clubs.
April
U of M Affirmative Action policy in Supreme court, Latino casualties in Iraq, changes views of the Cuban embargo, the truth about obtaining permanent resident status in America, advice on caring for newborns, profile of Latina artist Nora Chapa Mendoza, interview with Brazilian director Karim Ainouz, the Zapatista Movement.
March
Latinos at War, Bush seeks Latin American support for Iraq war, changes in the INS, Latina body image, interview with WEMU's Alberto Nacif, Latinos in the local gay community, Michigan Visiting Nurses.
February
Latinos become largest minority in America, the rise of Spanglish in America, sports news, profile of Recycle Ann Arbor, the effects and treatment of diabetes, the films of Pedro Almodovar.
January
Special Report: Latinos adapt to post- 9/11 America, advice on legal rights when arrested, profile of local Latina journalist Lani Garci, the new political power of Mexican women, medical care for low income residents of Washtenaw County.

2002

December
Latin America's diverse Christmas celebrations, ALAS - one of the local Latino community's finest resources, "Si se Puede" helps Latina students, student leader Xavier Corono profiled, and a Mexican perspective on NAFTA.
November
Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead, First United Methodist church helps Latinos in the Ypsilanti area, an interview with Michigan's only Latino Private Investigator, and area residents learn to dance Salsa.
October
La Voz Latina, Washtenaw County's first Latino newspaper, is launched, as the community celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month.


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La Voz Latina, Inc.
P.O. Box 4487
Ann Arbor, MI 48106-4487
email: Info at LaVozOnline.Org
tel/fax: (734) 663 - 0757

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