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Heritage/Whitman Collaboration at Yakima Valley Community College, Wed. 5/2, 5:30-8pm

Our next presentation will be in the Parker Room at YVCC in Yakima at 6pm on Wednesday May 2, following a 5:30 reception; the first thrilling performance was on April 19 at Heritage. In an effort to generate fruitful dialogue among the Latino, Native American, and white non-Latino communities in the Yakima Valley, we are […]

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“Respect, Reciprocity, and Real Work”: Decolonizing Classrooms through Parent Engagement

By Adam Delgado ’12 At the National Immigrant Integration Conference in Seattle, we were challenged to think about integration from a variety of perspectives: as researchers, community activists, and global citizens. One of the most encouraging aspects of the conference was the opportunity to meet other people from across the country that are dedicated to […]

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NIIC – P.A.R. Officers in Aurora, Colorado

Written by Spencer May ’13 Dave could be a Marine – his broad shoulders and shaved head could pass him for a Sergeant Major, but at the National Immigrant Integration Conference in Seattle, Dave only wore casual clothes and a navy-blue polo shirt with the acronym “P.A.R.”  What did P.A.R. stand for, and why was […]

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Perspectives on Housing in Washington State: Conditions in Walla Walla

The purpose of this research was to analyze the housing conditions and process in Washington State from the perspective of the Latino community in Walla Walla. Method. Quantitative data was drawn from governmental databases, mainly from the U.S. Census Bureau and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). Specific market conditions in Walla Walla were garnered from […]

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