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The Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit teaches you the skills to succeed in businesses

According to National Women’s Business Council, since 2007 there was growth of almost 87% of Latina-owned small business in the United States. Also, a Stanford study found that 70% of funding to start business comesContinue reading…

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An interview with “A Quiet Place” creators and Bettendorf natives Scott Beck and Bryan Woods

By Jesus Gomez Last week was the second annual “Alternating Currents” event which was from August 23 to August 26. The event included music, comedy, film, and art. There were more than 100 events indoorsContinue reading…

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VIVA Quad Cities’ 25th anniversary is set for September 8 in Davenport, IA

LOCATION CHANGE! Centennial Park, Davenport, Iowa Centennial Park is located at 315 S. Marquette Street, Davenport Iowa, just on the opposite side of Modern Woodman Baseball Park from LeClaire Park. VIVA Quad Cities and LULACContinue reading…

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“I ask all of you, regardless of any political affiliation, to do what’s right and stand against the separation of families”

  Jazmin Newton-Butt’s remarks for the 2018 LULAC Iowa State Convention against the policy of separation of families   LULAC Council 10 would like to thank LULAC Iowa for bringing the 2018 State Convention toContinue reading…

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“Struggle Beyond the Decade” one man’s commitment in finding real solutions for veterans struggling with PTSD

  He is telling stories from behind his camera. He is hoping that his documentary called, “Struggle Beyond the Decade” will educate and even lead to real solutions for veterans struggling with PTSD. According toContinue reading…

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Immigrants’ Rights advocates disappointed by advancement of anti-immigrant proposal, vow to continue organizing

  4/5/18 – The Republican-controlled legislature has advanced a bill that threatens public safety by encouraging cooperation between local Iowa law enforcement and the federal agency, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The bill, SF481, nowContinue reading…