Here are 3 things you can do today to stay informed: 1. Sincerely, The National American Latino Museum Commission Facebook link to join, and connect with the Latino Museum.https:// Museum ofthe American Latino Commission Below is the official web site link of the Latino Museum to support and download the full report. by Warren James [email protected] week the Senate (May 6, 2011) passed a resolution honoring the members of the military and intelligence community who carried out the mission that killed Osama bin Laden by a roll call vote of 97-0. Representative Xavier Becerra (CA-31), Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus, Member of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and author of the museum commission legislation (Public Law 110-229) released the following statement: We are now a few steps closer to opening the doors to the National Museum of the American Latinoa museum that will share all its treasures and rich cultural history that Latinos have contributed to the American story.Learn more about the work the National American Latino Museum Commission. I commend my colleagues on the commission for meeting the challenge and putting together a comprehensive report that will guide Congress and the President in creating a museum that all Americans can be proud of.
For example, both Pennsylvania and Maine increased their Latino presence by 45%.
An article in The New York Times today highlights the hurdles facing the potential creation of a National American Latino Museum in Washington, D. Take a moment to learn more about the work of the National American Latino Museum Commission and stay up-to-date on the upcoming release of the final report to Congress. Tell your friends and family about the work of the Commission. 159) The National Museum of the American Latino Commission submitted its final report to Congress and President Barack Obama on its findings and recommendations regarding the potential creation of a national museum of the American Latino.
The pain from realizing that lives of innocent people had been taken away, and thinking, what if that was my then 12-year-old daughter having to choose between dying burned alive or jumping to her death, and as a parent never seeing my child again, or my child never seeing her parents again, and me a former US Marine and unable to protect them all, and prevent this atrocity.
And then late Sunday night, President Obama announced the killing of Osama bin Laden, the mass murder perpetrator. I stayed up late watching New Yorkers and others celebrating.
Now is the time to contact your representatives and senators in Congress to support this effort and make it into law. James Architects Planners 138 East 112th Street New York NY 10029-2671 T. For all households, the corresponding percentage was 21 percent.
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Details for submitting available in the application. Applications are now available at submit your documentary project. Deadline is June 10, 2011 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Northeastern States Still Lure Latinos From Puerto Rico and the Americas is a very well researched article, based on comparative of 2000-2010 census information, the study identifies the change by percentage in specific cities in those states.
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One year later, the 23-member bipartisan Commission began its task of creating a study and plan of action for the establishment and maintenance of a museum focused on American Latino art, history and culture in Washington, D. Todays report details the Commissions recommendation that Congress authorize the creation of a Smithsonian American Latino Museum on the National Mall.