Category: Culture

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Marshalltown will hold their first Central Iowa Community Photo ID Drive on June 22

In the daily life of any person when interacting with businesses, organizations, schools and government agencies one might be asked to present some kind of form of identification. Not everyone has a government issued ID.Continue reading…

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Don’t miss the opportunity to visit The Putnam Museum’s exhibit RACE: Are We So Different? before it is gone

In recent years any attempt to discuss race brought to the surface many ugly and good things in the American society. Some felt threatened by the fact that their beliefs were being challenged and theirContinue reading…

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Laura Moreno Adult Literacy Coordinator for Sauk Valley Community College is grateful to run the program that helped her learn English

After hearing many immigrant stories, some people might think that they all sound the same, they come escaping hardships looking for better lives for themselves and their children. The goal might be the same, butContinue reading…

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Consulado Móvil en Bettendorf, Iowa el 13 de abril. ¡Ya están abiertas las citas!

Una vez mas Hola Iowa y Hola América se complacen en asistir al Consulado de México en Omaha a llevar un Consulado Móvil al Area de Davenport/Bettendorf en los QUad Cities.   El Consulado deContinue reading…

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Kim Guerra will keynote the 2019 DREAM Iowa Youth Leadership Summit

Throughout the centuries people used arts to communicate, to inspire, to support and to share their thoughts and beliefs. It is customary to believe of immigrants as workers and business owners, but there are manyContinue reading…