Volume XXIII Number 36 ~ September 10, 1999

FrontPage Stories

2nd Annual Cannery Workers Celebration

It wasn't that long ago, in South San Diego, Barrio Logan, there was one business that dominated the area - the tuna/cannery industry. The tuna ships are long gone and the cannery workers became a forgotten people, that was until the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), San Diego Chapter, and the Port of San Diego decided it was time to recognize this cornerstone of the community.
Under the guidance of Tom Martinez, Frank Sarmiento of LCLAA, Helen Chavez of El Gran Taco (who donated the food), Tony Millan cannery workers came together and celebrated the 2nd Annual Cannery Workers Labor Day Celebration. The canery workers celebrated, enjoyed the entertainment and food, but mostly the workers renewed old friendships and reminisced.
Following up on the success of this celebration the organizers are now planning fund-raising dances and continued work towar their main goal of getting a statue at Crosby Street Park dedicated to the cannery workers in recognition of their contributions to the community.


First-Of-Its-Kind Conference to Produce Policy Recommendations
by the Hispanic Community That Will be Presented to Congress

Elections 2000 — Sinners Beware
By Rene Ciria-Cruz

Tax Cuts No Cure For Middle Class Economic Woes

Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies Launch `VOTO'

Noticias de Mexico

Stories

San Diego Center for Children and Barona Casino Launch
"Special Families" Foster Parent Recruitment Campaign

New UCR Prof. Receives Hispanic Heritage Award

SportsYA.com Receives $5.4 Million From Chase Capital Partners
and Flatiron Partners

CSU San Marcos Holds Open House As Part of 10th Anniversary Celebration

Imagen de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Cruza la Frontera
en Peregrinación Por California

Minority Research Trainee

Community Notes:

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
Celebrations and Events on Tap for the Upcoming Week

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

Editorials

Editorial:
Who Pays For Education?

Commentary:
Census debate lacks `compassion'

By James E. Garcia

Commentary:
A Little Town In Texas Roars In Spanish

By Raoul Lowery Contreras

Commentary:
Time to Rethink the War on Drugs

By David Boaz

Tezozomoc Speakes:



Etc. Etc. Etc.
Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

El Primer Festival Anual
"¡Viva El Mariachi!"

Calendar of Events:
By Berenice Cisneros

"A Day Without A Mexican", to be presented at monthly
Latino Film and Video Series

Latin Jazz Legends Tito, Lalo, Chucho & Eddie to be Inducted Into
Latin Jazz Hall of Fame

Chicano art exhibit
Raza Spoken Here

El Museo J. Paul Getty Inaugura Una Exposición de
Singulares Dibujos Españoles

Landmark Theatres Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary By Launching
A Favorite Foreign Film Poll

Familarity Breeds Contempt as Flash Face El Paso in 1st Round

Los Mejores Equipos de Fútbol del Sur de California Compitieron en
la Copa Western Union 1999

Clasificatorias Olímpicas Centroamericanas Arrancan Con Enfático Triunfo
De Honduras Sobre Nicaragua

BULLFIGHT WORLD
By Lyn Sherwood
Ochoa Gored, Castañeda Cuts the Only Ear

 

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