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December 9, 2022

Teatro de los Pobres

El Teatro de los Pobres held ceremony for an alcohol free Mexican Cultural Center

November 12, 1997 Text by Yolanda Reynolds Photos by Mary J. Andrade El Teatro de los Pobres members were joined Tuesday, November 11, by ACORN, TACCLE which stands for Teen Activists for Community change & Leadership Education (a California Wellness Foundation funded program), Eastside Community Neighborhood Center, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, Santa Clara …

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“Our cultura is not for sale” -High school students are invited to join this campaign

February 5, 1997 Text by Yolanda Reynolds Photo by Mary J. Andrade Last Thursday morning, at the Pueblo de San Jose Kiwanis Club’s morning meeting, Felix Alvarez, the Executive Director of the Center for Community Cultural Activism of San Jose (CCCA) El Teatro de los Pobres announced that his group had been awarded a $16,500 …

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El Teatro de los Pobres demands that Knight Reader cover the effects of alcohol consumption in the Hispanic community

September 18, 1996 By Yolanda Reynolds Last Thursday, September 12, El Teatro de los Pobres Executive Director  Felix Alvarez and several other members of the group held a noontime demonstration in front of the San Jose Mercury News. Alvarez explained that they were there to, “demand that (the Mercury News) cover their story.” The Teatro …

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‘La Causa’ comes alive in the expressions of singers, poets, writers and filmmakers

March 20, 1996 by Yolanda Reynolds Last Saturday night, El Teatro de Los Pobres hosted its Seventh Annual Storytelling evening to a full house at the National Hispanic University auditorium on Story Rd. At the annual event, the film, Viva Ia Causa, based on the book entitled, “500 Years of Chicano History” by Elizabeth “Betita” …

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