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What to know about the California REAL ID

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Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

January 27, 2020

A yellow bear logo with a star on your identification card will determine whether you’ll have access to some federal facilities, like federal courthouses, or travel nationally by plane starting on Oct.1, 2020. The California Department of Motor Vehicles' website states that “this optional ...

Latina Clothing Line Empowers Women

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Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

November 21, 2019

San Fernando Valley resident Rachel Gomez realized there was a lack of Latina representation in the fashion industry. She noticed that not only were there were no brands that targeted Latina women, but most importantly, there were no brands that empowered them.This is why Gomez decided to create her o...

EOP Provides Student Ability to Achieve Success

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Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

September 25, 2019

Experiencing homelessness twice has kept Jose Andres Miramontes at CSUN for the past four and a half years. He doesn't want his mother, Lorena Vergara, and his sister Jazmin Miramontes, a college graduate from CSU Long Beach, to experience it again. Setback after setback made him believe college was impos...

With Gun Violence on the Rise, Latino Communities Fear for Their Safety

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Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

September 18, 2019

Since the El Paso mass shooting in August, Latinos have been worried for their safety as they become more and more of a target of gun violence. Part of the Latino population in America is made up of undocumented immigrants. They fled from violence, death threats and poverty from countries such as Mexic...

Risky Business: Selling Tacos on the Street

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Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

September 6, 2019

As the carne asada meat is scooped with two small warm tortillas soaked in oil, Rafael Gonzalez, el taquero, believes opening up a taco stand is worth the risk. Many taqueros in the San Fernando Valley like Gonzalez, who works at Tacos El Bebe, don't have a legal permit to vend. According to Small Bus...

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