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29 June 2022

Kevin Soto Figueroa: One Step Closer to a Career in Conservation

From Jayuya, Puerto Rico, Kevin Soto Figueroa traveled more than 3,000 miles to follow his dream of becoming an international wildlife conservationist. As a Visitor Service and Environmental Educator Intern at Humboldt Bay National Wildlife…
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22 June 2022

Ashleyann Perez-Rivera: Honoring and Uplifting the Latino Voice in Historic Preservation

“When I was younger, I loved art, and wanted to design these beautiful houses; but now, I look back and realize this dream was a form of internalized oppression and a reflection of what I…
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15 June 2022

David Armijo: Leading with a Servant Heart

When Hispanic Access Foundation was established in 2010, the objective was to equip Latino communities with resources to help them navigate life in the United States. To ensure Latinos were receiving the necessary tools, Hispanic…
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08 June 2022

Pastor Tirso Rubin: Defining What it Means to be “Unidos en Comunidad”

During the pandemic, Arizona was a hot spot for COVID-19 cases. After the vaccine was distributed, the immunization programs helped low income communities get vaccinated, but some still rejected it, especially the Latino community.
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01 June 2022

Armando Porras: Defying Barriers of Access to Pursue a Dream

One of Armando Porras’ earliest memories is when he would herd sheep through the hills of Guanajuato, Mexico, surrounded by mountains and creeks. Porras immigrated with his family to the United States when he was…
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25 May 2022

Josie Gutierrez: USFS South Advisory Council Member leaves her Mark Beyond Hiking Trails

San Antonio, Texas is home to an array of nature attractions. Latinos account for more than half of the city’s population, yet not many of them have experienced camping, kayaking, hiking, and other outdoor recreational…
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