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Mexican and Japanese Make History Together…

Mexican and Japanese Make History Together…

  In 1903, Mexican and Japanese farm workers join forces and create the Japanese-Mexican Labor Association (JMLA) to protest low wages. After the American Beet Sugar Company and local growers in and around Oxnard, California decide to pay workers less, on Feb. 3, 1903, 500 Japanese and […]

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The Society of Hispanic Vets Thanks PutVetstoWork

The Society of Hispanic Vets Thanks PutVetstoWork

  A part of the Veterans National Recovery Center, Put Vets To Work aims to assist veterans by linking them with companies and job opportunities that are available to those who serve. The Society of Hispanic Veterans and the American Veterans Alliance appreciate the work of organizations […]

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Fit & Well Warriors

Fit & Well Warriors

  Our community is made up of people. The health of a community is dependent upon the quality of life of the individuals that comprise it. TSOHV aims to foster health, wellness and access to care for our military veterans, wounded warriors and families. Events like the […]

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US Office of Personnel Management is accepting applications

US Office of Personnel Management is accepting applications

One of our partners, the US OPM has openings! These jobs are separate from those on our job board. If you decide to apply – PLEASE let us know so we can support you.   OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: Investigative Assistant-GS-5-OPEN TO THE PUBLIC-Potential to GS-7 located […]

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Veterans Day

Veterans Day

Honoring All Who Served     We thank America’s Heroes for their sacrifice.  President Barack Obama said these very true words in his proclamation of Veterans Day 2012: “Whether they fought in Salerno or Samarra, Heartbreak Ridge or Helmand, Khe Sanh or the Korengal, our veterans are […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness

  More than 25 years ago, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month began. In an effort to promote awareness and encourage dialogue regarding Breast Cancer and its influence on the Latino community, The Society of Hispanic Veterans offers these facts:   Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed […]

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Hispanics in America…

Hispanics in America…

Hispanics represent every color… The definition of Hispanic or Latino Origin used in the U.S. Census:  “Hispanic or Latino” refers to a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race. This is significant because all levels […]

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Unemployed? Thinking VRAP? We Can Help!

Unemployed? Thinking VRAP? We Can Help!

If you are an unemployed veteran looking to increase or adapt your skills and training so you and re-enter the workforce, the Veteran’s Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) can help you. Working to decrease the number of unemployed veterans, the VRAP program enters its second year fiscal year […]

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Help Us Fight Homelessness!

Help Us Fight Homelessness!

In these uncertain times, words and phrases like ‘terror’ and ‘violent protest’ flash across our television screens and create alerts on our phones, tablets and laptops. Yet, we sleep soundly in our beds knowing there are strong, brave men and women working to protect our nation and […]

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Injections to Cure PTSD in Veterans?

Injections to Cure PTSD in Veterans?

            For some veterans, the nightmares have stopped. Has this doctor finally found the cure for what plagues many of our veterans? An alternative when all else has failed… Dr. Eugene Lipov, Medical Director of Advanced Pain Centers in Chicago, Director of Pain […]

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