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NUESTRA VOZ DE NORTH TEXAS



Letters from the Editor

SB4 and DACA have done much to expose racists sentiments of the KKK and White Supremacists/Nationalists. When the president of the United States is the head cheerleader there will be followers. Racism is not new it has always been there just hidden from view.

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Confederate Statue in Denton

It was back in 1999 when Willie Hudspeth, seeing the confederate statue at the Denton Down Town Square for the umpteenth time...

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Willie Velasquez - Su Voto Es Su Voz

When you hear the name Willie Vasquez most people think of Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project(SVREP) and Su Voto Es Su Voz. Both attributed to Willie Velasquez.

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Will Arlington School trustees stand for DACA?

In early September, President Donald Trump announced that the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program aimed at youths who were brought to the United States illegally as children would come to an end in six months ...

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Definition of Stray ...

Stray, a word commonly used when addressing a lost subject, most commonly domestic animals.

 

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Heaven on Earth, I get it!

My Catholic friends here I come with my evangelization on how to be better a Catholic. Only this time it’s about getting into the character of what is about to hap- pen when you go to Mass. As soon you step into...

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Some came on a coffin draped with a flag ...

When you serve in the military long enough you walk away with so many experiences worthy of a PhD in leadership, management and human relations...

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A good Catholic story

Back before I retired from Bell Helicopter I worked around a bunch of Protestants. They were always picking on me because of my being a Catholic. It was all fun pokes about my beliefs. They joked about the priest wearing robes, the bishop and his hat, statues of our Saints and Christian martyrs. I always had a good comeback that ended in a mutual understanding. As a good Catholic, I always had an explanation for why we believe what we believe. In fact, they are backed up by the Bible and two thousand years of the same interpretation of Jesus’s teachings which the Apostles came to clearly understand after the Holy Spirt was sent to them by God to lead them. So, you can say we get the words about Jesus’s Church right from Jesus himself.

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Will the Cowboys Make the Playoffs?

The short answer, (gun to my head) No. But wait they just beat the 49ers 40 to 10, Zeke rushed for 147 yards and caught a 72-yard T.D. pass for a touchdown Dez tied Bob Hayes for T.D. receptions, Dak also had another great game. In fact, the whole offensive line looked the best it has all season. They really looked like the offense of 2016, that was kicking A** and taking names. Pero (but) this was against the niners that had not won a game all season with a rookie Q.B. making his first start. Of course, you say but the niners had been all their games this season and this was their only blowout loss.

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Kevin Lopez – Leadership by example

As a newly elected city councilman Kevin Lopez has been busy. To the best of his knowledge there was a Latino city council member before which may or may not have been elected by the voters for sure, Kevin Lopez was elected to the position.

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Bosque Redondo (Sp)

Todos hemos oído hablar de los campos de concentración nazis. Seguro! Es fácil sacarlo de nuestras mentes colectivas. Sucedió en otro lugar, ¿verdad? Primero sucedió aquí en América. Es algo que no queremos oír. He conducido muchas millas por las carreteras traseras de Nuevo México. He atravesado Fort Sumner sin pensar. ¿por qué es un fuerte?

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Dia de los Muertos

When my sisters and I were little we loved to watch Lizzie McGuire on Disney Channel. Disney never failed to have great Halloween specials, and one of our favorites was the Dias de Los Muertos episode of Lizzie McGuire. The episode was centered around the Latina Character Miranda and her family’s tradition of celebrating Dias de Los Muertos. During this ...

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Remember a Martyr

While most don’t remember or even know who Ruben was, I say you should, that is if you care about Chicano History. Part of the mission of Nuestra Voz is to keep the history of our community alive and we would be gravely remiss in not sharing the story...

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Ain't afraid of no ghost

The Historic Fort Worth Stockyards is the perfect place for mouthwatering foods, good drinks, great music and apparently, it can also be a place for an adventurous scare! The Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District website bares the entire truth of this bed ...

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The Alamo: Fact or Fiction?

The Anglo population came to New Spain in the early 19th Century for freedom and land. They had to swear allegiance to the Spanish king and convert to Catholicism. Some of them brought with them African slaves. Some of them acquired slaves...

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Grand Prairie ISD- Leadership by example

With all this talk of redistricting and gerrymandering you would think that the only way that a Latino can get elected to any political office is to wait for the legislature to redraw districts so that somehow...

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Heritage Heritage Month

Gore Vidal once said that "American's lack of education is the joke of the world." When you look into the origin and use of the term "Hispanic," you might agree with Gore Vidal. Supposedly the word "Hispanic" was coined by Grace Flores Hughes, a food-stamp worker back in the 1970s...

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