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HCCMO Member Spotlight: Julio Rocha

Julio is the president and founder of Rocha Financial Group, LLC. in Orlando, Fla. He shares his business development, sales, and investment know-how through leadership positions at several local and national organizations. 117 more words

Hispanic

Cinco De Mayo

The San Francisco Cinco de Mayo celebration returns to the heart of the Mission District as San Franciscans celebrate one of their City’s most spectacular traditions at Mission Neighborhood Centers’ tenth annual Cinco de Mayo celebration on Valencia Street. 214 more words

San Francisco

Gabo

 

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, at the age of 87, died last week in Mexico City due to complications from pneumonia. I, for one, was immensely saddened. 508 more words

Esperanza Rising by Pam Muñoz Ryan

Ryan, Pam Muñoz. Esperanza Rising. 2000. New York: Scholastic.                                  ISBN 978-0-439-12041-1

Summary

Esperanza Rising is a story about a wealthy family in Mexico losing their land due to unfortunate circumstances and having to migrate to California in search for a better life and having to work in the fields. 541 more words

Books

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

“My heart has more rooms than a whorehouse.” -Gabriel Garcia Marquez

One of my favorite quotes from this amazing who I just found out passed away a few days ago. 22 more words

Writing

El Corrido del Pajaro

The hair brush was my enemy. It would come out early morning and my mother would warn me it was getting late as the time looking for the brush went on.  983 more words

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