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May 09, 2014
It was a heartwarming celebration as more than 150 friends, families, colleagues and community members gathered to honor four accomplished women at the sixth annual... read more
May 09, 2014
Mining town history runs deep for Josephine “Josie” O. Campos. Her mother, Belen Cuaron, was raised in Jerome, Ariz., where she met Jose Jesus Ortega, whose father... read more
May 09, 2014
Catherine Anaya has come a long way, from a shy girl in Santa Ana, California to the main news anchor for CBS KPHO TV 5 news and a well-known public figure in the Valley... read more
May 09, 2014
While living in Phoenix during the 1940s and 1950s, María García stood out as a woman who courageously spoke up for social issues, even though she was an immigrant and... read more
May 09, 2014
As the first Latina mayor of Avondale, Ariz., Marie López Rogers feels that her city is her family. “From a Latina perspective, being the matriarch, that’s how I treat... read more
January 24, 2014
Arizona is one of 29 states in the US where it is still legal to fire someone based on their sexual orientation. To help bring awareness to this issue, as well as offer... read more
July 10, 2013
Summer offered us a moment to reflect on the great successes of the Raul H. Castro Institute from the past few months. The fourth annual Dare2Dream Youth Leadership... read more
June 26, 2013
Maricopa Community College students attended the Voto Latino Power Summit in Washington, DC, in April. The 10 students, who were selected to attend the conference by... read more
June 26, 2013
In cooperation with the National Association of Foreign Student Adviser, the Association of International Educators and the Arizona Latino Research Enterprise, the Raul... read more
June 26, 2013
The RCI at Phoenix College partnered with Salt River Project and Latino Perspectives Magazine to present the fifth annual Those Who Serve recognition luncheon Nov. 29,... read more