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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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12 November 2021

Unwinding in Nature: Hispanic Leadership Network Members Find Moment of Peace During Annual Retreat Featured

By: Christine Tamara, Director of Partner Engagement “A time to pause, reflect, and connect” was the Hispanic Leadership Network’s theme for its 2021 renewal retreat, and we discovered it was exactly what our faith leaders…
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06 October 2021

Intertwined Passions – MANO Alumni Finds a Future Career with the USFS

“I believe in prioritizing making space for diversity in the workforce.”  While looking for internships, Izabel Castellano found herself debating where she wanted to head in her career. She had a deep passion for visual…
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06 October 2021

Connecting to the Outdoors – Latino Conservation Week Encourages Local Leaders to Bring Communities to the Outdoors

After a disheartening, long 18-months since the beginning of the pandemic, Latino Conservation Week sparked a sense of hope in local communities throughout the United States by giving them a reason to celebrate and spend…
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23 April 2021

Saving Lives: HLN Member Organizes Vaccination Clinic for Colorado’s Latino Community

Linda Sosa knew the heartache her community was experiencing from the lives lost to COVID-19. And that pain motivated her to do something about it.  The pandemic has disproportionately affected the health and livelihoods of…
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19 April 2021

Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge Hires MANO Alumnus as Full-Time Park Ranger

Hispanic Access Foundation is pleased to announce the hiring of Oscar Hernandez, a MANO Project alumnus with the US Fish & Wildlife Service Midwest Region at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge (MVNWR). This past…
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