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Alicia Flores

Director

La Hermandad Hank Lacayo Youth

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La Hermandad Hank Lacayo Youth

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Women of the Year - Ventura Breeze

venturabreeze.com [cached]

Women of the Year Alicia Flores, Kim Evans, State Sen Hannah-Beth Jackson, Suz Montgomery and Dr. Cynthia Herrera celebrating their awards.
Alicia Flores' working as the director of the La Hermandad Hank Lacayo Youth and Family Center. "We should respect our immigrant community," Jackson said, adding that Flores works for reform with practical knowledge of the issues. As a teenager, she worked in Oxnard's agricultural fields, became a market owner and later worked for the state and El Concilio. She was part of planning nationwide movements, notably "Gran Marcha" in 2006 which attracted millions to peacefully protest against a bill raising penalties for undocumented individuals.


www.thereporteronline.com

Alicia Flores of La Hermandad, an immigration advocacy group, says the girl is 5-year-old Sophie Cruz.


www.lasvegasrealestators.com

Alicia Flores of La Hermandad, an immigration advocacy group, says the girl is Sophie Cruz.


patch.com

Alicia Flores, executive director of La Hermandad in Los Angeles, told MSN the group chose Sofie because the pope has previously shown a soft heart for children.


www.kwtx.com

Alicia Flores of La Hermandad, an immigration advocacy group, identified the girl as Sophie Cruz.


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