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Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pits

Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pits

Veterans and Servicemembers who were close to burn pit smoke or exposed for longer periods may be at greater risk for health problems. Health effects from burn pit exposure will vary and depend on a number of factors such as the kind of waste being burned, pre-existing […]

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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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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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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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