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02 March 2022

Pastor Moses Borjas: Protecting Castner Range for Future Generations

Pastor Moses Borjas has lived in El Paso since his early childhood. Some of his earliest memories include weekends at the El Paso Museum of Archaeology right next to Castner Range. They’d drive across town…
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01 March 2022

Belen Coronado: Building Community Under the Northern Arizona Sky

There’s something beautiful about connecting with nature through a hike, camping trips and ranger talks. Outdoor exploration enriches communities with knowledge, sentiments of peace, and encourages them to think critically about the world they live…
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23 February 2022

Dr. Francisco Colop: Listening – A Powerful Tool for Connecting with Communities

“Walk with the community. Pay attention to what’s happening and listen to what they have to say.” This was Dr. Francisco Colop’s first piece of advice to Maite Arce when she founded Hispanic Access Foundation.…
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16 February 2022

Oscar Hernandez: A Passion Turned to a Job - Connecting Midwest Latinos with the Outdoors

Oscar Hernandez’s fondest memories from his youth are going on trips to the outdoors and having a carne asada with his family. From a young age, he has always loved the outdoors. Growing up in…
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08 February 2022

Linda Sosa: HLN Member Impacts Thousands of Colorado Latinos

Linda Sosa was raised in Aguascalientes, Mexico, surrounded by a very large family. Growing up, her dream was to become a nun in her catholic church and help others. After moving to the United States…
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02 February 2022

Pastor Josue Rubio: Elevating Latino Communities to the Next Level

While Eagle County, Colorado boasts Aspen trees that turn bright yellow, a roaring river that runs through town, and million-dollar homes with big windows nestled along the mountains, Latinos usually don’t live in these homes.
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