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Family history, DNA link New Mexicans to México
From left to right, Angel de Cervantes, Ernestino Tafoya and Fred Aguirre at work in the Haynes Family History Library, Albuquerque, New México.

Family history, DNA link New Mexicans to México
It’s a typical Friday morning for Ernestino Tafoya as he gazes intently at a microfilm machine in the Haynes Family History Library in Albuquerque. He scrolls through an old church register from the 1800s, frame by frame, as he extracts vital information the record has concealed for decades. The priest’s handwriting is hard to read but he verifies the baptismal entry, which is written in Spanish and contains archaic abbreviations and terms. He has done this meticulous work for over 25 years ...

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Families of Ayotzinapa make plea to UN

Families of Ayotzinapa make plea to UN
camara Ayotzinapa has come to the United States. Three groups of relatives of the Mexican university students who were attacked and forcibly disappeared last September by police in the state of Guerrero are currently crisscrossing El Norte as part of a campaign to raise public awareness of their ...
Denver unveils tribute to Cesár E. Chávez

Denver unveils tribute to Cesár E. Chávez
camara “Cesár Chávez wasn’t a leader of Chicanos – he was a Chicano leader. Chávez didn’t care what color your skin was, he didn’t care what language you spoke, if you were a worker he cared about you and your rights as a human being,” explained Ramón Del Castillo, co-founder of the Cesár Chávez Peace ...
César Chávez and building a culture of peace 

César Chávez and building a culture of peace
camara Violence in Denver and the surrounding metro area may not be feasible and sustainable without building a culture of peace. As we prepare to celebrate the 14th annual march to honor César Estrada Chávez, communities plagued with this epidemic might want to take time out and study Chávez’ life and ...
Farmworkers risk their health to feed others
Farmworkers risk their health to feed others
camara Confronting a long-standing health issue in the United States and signed into law on September 26, 1961 by President John F. Kennedy, the third week of March is National Poison Prevention Week. According to Melanie Forti, Director of the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs’ (AFOP) ...
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