September 24, 2018
A year after the Mexico City quake, many Jewish organizations still have no home
Rescuers from the Mexican-Jewish aid agency Cadena inspect damage in Mexico City following the earthquake last year. (Courtesy of Cadena/via JTA) MEXICO CITY (JTA) — This capital city has yet to recover from last September’s earthquake, which killed over 300 people and left many more homeless. In the trendy Condesa neighborhood, once a predominantly Jewish...
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El Centro Cultural de México Celebrates Its Grand Re-Opening on Saturday
El Centro Cultural de México Grand Re-Opening Where: 837 N Ross St., Santa Ana When: 2-9 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29 Since 1994, El Centro Cultural de México has brought vital services to Santa Ana, and from the beginning it has practiced the philosophy that the arts are intrinsic to a vibrant and healthy community....
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2019 Summer Program in Mexico Offers Multiple Service-Learning Options
UA students on the Puebla, Mexico cyclopath The Summer 2019 U of A faculty-led study abroad program in Puebla, Mexico offers six popular options: students can select from among five different service-learning programs which include 72 hours in a professional placement in either Healthcare, Business, Education, Engineering, or Community Service or alternatively, choose a traditional...
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