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[Absent students are represented by their empty desks]
School absenteeism is visible with the empty desks in this classroom.
[Adult students and instructor]
Photograph of an unidentified student standing at the front of a classroom, talking to several students who are seated along one side of a table (right). There is a projector and a presentation board with a paper notepad behind them.
[Aracelis Acevedo is one of the reporters on The Latino Reporter]
Aracelis Acevedo of Puerto Rico, a graduate of the Department of Journalism at the University of Puerto Rico, is one of the students involved in the publication of a newspaper that circulates every day for the Twenty-Third Annual Convention of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) that is carried out until June 18 in Fort Worth, Texas.
[Aracelis Acevedo works on a computer as she writes for The Latino Reporter]
Aracelis Acevedo of Puerto Rico, a graduate of the department of Journalism at the University of Puerto Rico, is one of the students involved in the publication of a newspaper that circulates every day for the Twenty-Third Annual Convention of the national Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) that is carried out until June 18 in Fort Worth, Texas.
[At a meeting]
Salvador Espino is seated at a meeting in Fort Worth.
[At a meeting]
Salvador Espino looks down at something while a blond woman to his left looks over in his general direction.
[The audience from the view of the stage]
The audience is seen from the stage where the children are dancing.
[Bilingual sign]
A sign that read "Viva Collin County, Hispanic Business Expo."
[Bishop Kevin Vann]
Bishop Kevin Vann was ordained and installed as the third bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth on Wednesday, July 13, 2005. This photo shows Bishop Vann surrounded by several other individuals.
[Bishop Kevin Vann and women at table of food]
Bishop Kevin Vann was ordained and installed as the third bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth on Wednesday, July 13, 2005. This photo shows Bishop Vann in front of a table of food with two women.
[Blue and yellow fish looks at the photographer]
A blue and yellow fish looks at the photographer as it hovers over the white gravel at the bottom of the aquarium.
[Boy looks at pigs]
A boy observes several pigs in their pens.
[Boy runs down a row of cultivated grapevines]
A young boy runs down a row of cultivated grapevines.
[Boy walks beside a lake]
A boy walks alone beside a lake with brush on the shoreline.
[Boys engage in soccer drills]
Young boys engage in soccer drills with an Academia Infantil Legendarios staff member.
[Boys engage in soccer drills]
Two boys of the Academia Infantil Legendarios run toward a soccer ball. Behind each of them is a line of boys seated on the grass.
[Boys engage in soccer drills]
An Academia Infantil Legendarios staff member instructs a boy on proper technique while the rest of the boys observe.
[Candles and photographs surround the window where the Virgin Mary was sighted]
Candle and photographs surround the window where the Virgin Mary is reported to have appeared.
[Carlos Garcia de Alba close-up with Mexican flags in background]
Carlos Garcia de Alba is the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas.
[Carlos Garcia de Alba listening to Laura Miller]
Carlos Garcia de Alba listens to then-Dallas Mayor Laura Miller, who is speaking to him. Garcia de Alba is the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas.
[Carlos Garcia de Alba sitting at a meeting]
Carlos Garcia de Alba is the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas.
[Carlos Garcia de Alba speaking into microphone]
Carlos Garcia de Alba is the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas.
[Carlos Garcia de Alba speaking with David Kunkle]
Carlos Garcia de Alba speaks with Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle. Garcia de Alba is the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas.
[Carlos Garcia de Alba writing at his desk]
Carlos Garcia de Alba is the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas.
[Casket and flowers with mourners in background]
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[Cell phone is used to take a picture of an image of the Virgin Mary that is part of a tree]
Photograph of a man using a cell phone to take a picture of the image of the Virgin Mary that is part of a tree. The location of the tree is Oak Cliff, a part of Dallas, Texas.
[Children look at a jaguar behind a glass wall]
A live jaguar stands behind a glass wall while small children look on.
[Children participate in the march]
Children take part in a protest march in Dallas, Texas. Signs and banners,in Spanish and English, are carried by the adults.
[Children playing at table and woman writing on clipboard]
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[Children sing in front of a Priest]
Children sing in front of a Priest.
[Christmas decorations]
An image of Christmas decorations and lights.
[Close-up of crying woman]
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[Close-up of Edgar Vera's casket lowered into ground]
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[Close-up of Edgar Vera's name badge]
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[Close-up of girl with microphone]
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[Close-up of identification cards]
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[Close-up of man and crying woman embracing]
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[Close-up of man and woman with handwritten signs in background]
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[Close-up of man in black shirt]
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[Close-up of man in front of apartment building]
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[Close-up of man in sombrero with microphone]
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[Close-up of man in suit]
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[Close-up of Mike Moncrief]
Michael J. Moncrief has served in the Texas Legislature, as a judge in Tarrant County, a State Senator, and most recently as mayor of Fort Worth, Texas.
[Close-up of Milka Duno smiling]
A close-up of racecar driver Milka Duno, smiling.
[Close-up of name and date on Edgar Vera's casket]
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[Close-up of photo of Edgar Vera]
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[A close-up of the face of Milka Duno]
A close-up photograph of Milka Duno.
[Close-up of Victor Marroquin]
Victor Marroquin, President of the Salvadorian Committee of Dallas-Fort Worth.
[Close-up of woman crying]
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[Close-up of woman in crowd of people]
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