Mexican American

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Civic Auditorium locks out youth group peace message effort


Fathers and Families of San Joaquin at the Cinco de Mayo Parade

Stockton, CA — In an effort to give free financial literacy courses and personal finance development programs to impoverished minorities in San Joaquin; Leandro Vicuña elaborated a Free Financial Literacy Workshop at the Stockton Civic Auditorium — a program offered by Sus Finanzas.  “100 to 150 persons attended the workshop during its peak,” explained Vicuña. Continue reading

Cinco de Mayo Parade Winners


STOCKTON, CA –  Sunday May 6, 2012 the Coalition of Mexican American organizations (COMA) held their annual Cinco de Mayo parade in Downtown Stockton. COMA hires a professional judges association, Pacific COast Judges Association, to judge the parade and give awards to the best parade entries with the theme of ‘Peace in the Valley.’ Continue reading

Cinco de Mayo Parade’s First Annual King and Queen Pageant


San Joaquin County, CA — “Being bilingual gives me the ability to communicate in the workforce and it allows me the opportunity to understand my roots and background,” explained Gabriela Fernandez who was crowned Queen of the Cinco de Mayo Parade Pageant 2012. Continue reading

Stockton Cinco de Mayo Parade 2012 Gears Up


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San Joaquin County — The Coalition of Mexican-American Organizations (known for its acronym in Spanish COMA) announced that the 2012 Cinco de Mayo Parade will be held May 6th at 11:00 a.m. at Stockton’s downtown. Continue reading

Cinco De Mayo Parade and 1st Annual Menudo Cook-off


By Bilingual Weekly News

STOCKTON, CA —The traditional Cinco de Mayo Parade —scheduled for downtown Stockton on May 1, 2011— will kick-off with a Menudo Cook-off during the evening of Saturday, April 30, 2011. Continue reading

Cinco De Mayo Parade


STOCKTON, CA – The 2011 Cinco de Mayo Parade was announced to be scheduled on Sunday, May 1, 2011. 

“200 years of partnerships Mexico California” is the theme of this years’ parade announced Ines Ruiz-Huston, President of the Coalition of Mexican American Organizations. Continue reading

Does it end?


HISPANIC VETERANS AND ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION
Richard Soto / Bilingual Weekly
It was a warm summer day in August of 2003 and I had celebrated my 37th year mentally scarred but home from the tragedy of VietNam and my war time experience as a Navy Surgical Nurse attached to the U .S. Marine Corp. Continue reading

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