Volume XXIII Number 03 ~ January 22, 1999

FrontPage Stories

Nuestra gente ~~ Our People

We Have Leaders in Our Raza!

"Most people hear my name and think I am
Mexican or a Mexican American, or a Hispanic,
Chicano or dozen more names I'd rather not
mention. I call myself an American. But like
every other American, I am an American with
Heritage. My heritage is Mexican and Yaqui-Indian."

M. Sgt Roy P. Benavidez, USA SF

By Daniel L. Muñoz

Julio Calderon, parent, husband, government employee, journalist and Chicano politico has a long history of working with the national, state and local political systems to improve the standing of the Mexican-American-Latino communities of the State and Nation.

A resident of Sacramento, over the years he has gained considerable political knowledge and understanding of the political system and its relationship to his community and all other minorities. As a Chicano in the 50's and 60's, Calderon struggled alongside other activists to bring change to a society that systematically had excluded Latinos and Mexicans from the social, economic and political arenas and relegated them to second-class status.


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Juan Pablo II Vuelve a México por Cuarta Vez
Contacto Online Newsmagazine

Papal Visit To Mexico Spotlights Rifts Between Christian Groups
By Julia Lieblich

Debate Over Mexican Migrants' Right to Vote Goes to the Heart of Questions
About Democracy and Accountability
By Jesus Martinez

Hyde's Actions In Failed S&L Case Cast Shadow On Impeachment Hearings
By Dennis Bernstein

El Gobierno de México Adoptó Hoy Una Enérgica Posición
Por Isaac A. Levi

Noticias de Mexico

Stories

City's Preferences For Minorities, Women Challenged Under Prop. 209
By Bob Egelko

James Ramos Appointed Veterans Secretary: Tomas Alvarado Named
Undersecretary

Cuomo Announces Higher FHA Home Mortgage Loan Limits to Help More
Families Across Nation Become Homeowners

Downtown Redevelopment PAC Prepared for 1999

El nivel de la atención del asma en Estados Unidos está muy por debajo de las
normas nacionales

California Center for the Arts, Escondido Receives Everhealth Foundation Grant
Supporting "Los Padrinos del Arte" Program

Children's Museum/Museo de los Niños to Open Design Worlds/Diseño Mundos
Exhibition

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Accepting Summer Internship
Applications

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
Por Javier Sierra
Cómo Extirpar el Cáncer de las Pandillas

Editorials

Editorial:
Republicans Bring Shame to Our Nation

Commentary:
"The Big Lie and Truth"
By Raoul Lowery Contreras

Notas de Aquí y de Allá...



Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

At The Movies: `At First Sight'
By Bob Thomas

The Fritz Theater
AMBOS/BOTH by Samuel Valdez L.


Calendar of Events:

USD Women's Basketball Teams Up With Inner City Games For Second Annual
Inner-City Games/ USD Fun Day!

The Scorecard
Ringside Notes

Index Page