Posts Tagged as "Rogelio Montano"

Former Nurse Finds New Way to Serve Community

March 27, 2012 / By
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[Translate]   VIDEO: Lilia Rebollar By Rogelio Montaño, Coachella Unincorporated   When Lilia Rebollar came to the United States from Mexico, the only work the former nurse could find was in the agricultural fields of the Eastern Coachella Valley.

Vandalized, Abandoned Homes a Common Sight

February 14, 2012 / By
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[Translate]   By Rogelio Montaño Coachella Unincorporated   Graffiti. You see it everywhere. Though it at times can be used as a creative outlet for expression, it is mostly considered outright vandalism — especially if sprayed on abandoned or homes that are for sale.

Article Transports Mexico City Reader to his Eastern CV Childhood

January 11, 2012 / By
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[Translate]   Coachella Unincorporated welcomes and publishes comments from our readers. We recently received the commentary below in response to Rogelio Montano’s article about growing up in poverty, “In Mecca, Dreams of Utopia” (See link below for article).