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Holiday Greetings From CTLatinoNews…..and 2014 in photos

 

 
 
Happy Holidays to all of you – our diverse readers, sponsors and advertisers.  We are taking some time off to enjoy the holiday season with our families, but we will back  in January with more stories, more features…as we continue to report on Latinos in Connecticut.
As we enter the end of our 3rd year, we have worked to make a difference in media coverage of Latinos, tell objective stories about our community and  provide information to decision makers who want to learn more about the many Hispanic residents in our state.
We wish you all a joyous, prosperous 2015.  We leave you for now, until January,  with CTLatinoNews photos which capture some of the memorable moments which are now part of Connecticut’s Latino history.
 

Diane Alveriodiane-alverio-ctlatino
Publisher, CTLatinoNews.com
 
 

2014 CTLatinoNews Photos

 

Rep. Andre Baungartner (R) New London, Groton

A surprise winner, this young Latino Republican will be the youngest member of the 2015 session of state legislature. Rep. Aundre Baungartner (R) New London, Groton


Celestino Cordova and Jose Picard of Connecticut attended the White House signing of the bill awarding the 65th Regiment, the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor.  Congressinal

Celestino Cordova and Jose Picard of Connecticut attend the White House signing of the bill awarding the 65th Regiment, the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor.


 
Rep. Juan Candelaria (D) New Haven led the fight for the passage of allowing undocumented residents to obtain a driver's license.

Rep. Juan Candelaria (D) New Haven led the fight for the passage of allowing undocumented residents to obtain a driver’s license.


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Nelson J. Rodriquez, Presidient of Hispanic MBA’s with Natalie Winfield-Holder and Governor Dannel Malloy at gathering of executives to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights moment.


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Maribel LaLuz becomes the first Hispanic to be featured on A Sunday morning political talk show.


 
Latina executives join CRT to raise money for domestic violence victims.

Latina executives join CRT to raise money for domestic violence victims.


LNRC of CT

Hispanic conservatives officially organize and form a GOP Connecticut Latino organization.


In our neighboring state, Nellie Gorbea becomes the first Latina to win a statewide office in new England

In our neighboring state, Nellie Gorbea becomes the first Latina to win a statewide office in new England


 
Connecticut resident, Jose B. Gonzalez  celebrates 10 years of issuing his national Latino Author's list

Connecticut resident, Jose B. Gonzalez celebrates 10 years of issuing his national Latino Author’s list


 
Lt. Col Lesbia Nieves, the highest ranking Latina in the Connecticut National Guard is named one of the Grand Marshals of CT's Veterans Day Parade.

Lt. Col Lesbia Nieves, the highest ranking Latina in the Connecticut National Guard is named one of the Grand Marshals of CT’s Veterans Day Parade.


 
 

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