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[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]
Young boys engage in soccer drills with an Academia Infantil Legendarios staff member.
[Boys engage in soccer drills]
An Academia Infantil Legendarios staff member instructs a boy on proper technique while the rest of the boys observe.
[Boys playing soccer]
Two boys, wearing the colors of the the Mexican national soccer team, are engaged in kicking the ball to each other.
[Boys playing soccer]
Three boys, wearing the colors of the Mexican national soccer team, are vying for control of a soccer ball which is in the middle of of the group.
[Boys playing soccer]
Three boys, wearing the colors of the Mexican national soccer team, are seen engaging in a game of soccer. The on in the center facing the photographer is in control of the ball while the other two boys have their backs to the photographer.
[Boys playing soccer]
Two boys, wearing the uniform of the Mexican national soccer team, attempt to gain control of the ball by using their heads.
[Boys playing soccer]
Two boys, wearing the colors of the Mexican national soccer team, control a soccer ball while spectators look on.
[Boys playing soccer]
Two boys playing for the same team attempt to gain control of an airborne soccer ball.
[Bringing attention to a document]
Salvador Espino holds aloft a document in his right hand.
[Browsing]
Dr. Roberto Calderon, professor of history at the University of North Texas, browses for books at the library.
[Building a house]
A man is shown building a house.
[Building homes]
A worker is outlined against the frames of several houses.
[Building with trucks parked in front]
No Description Available.
[Bumper stickers and posters displayed at Cesar Chavez School]
Posters of Cesar Chavez and bumper stickers with the motto of the United Farm Workers (Yes, it can be done) are on display at the Cesar Chavez School in Fort Worth, Texas.
[Buttons promoting a national holiday in honor of Cesar Chavez]
Button promoting a national holiday in honor of Cesar Chavez are on display at the Cesar Chavez School in Fort Worth, Texas.
[Cactus]
Cactus and shrubs.
[Cactus and shrub]
A cactus and a shrub.
[Cactus and trees]
Cactus and trees.
[Camera man captures marching protesters]
Immigration protesters march in the April "Mega March" in downtown Dallas. According to the Dallas Police Department, at least 100,000 people marched in the most well-attended civil movement in the history of Dallas. The protesters demanded the legalization of Hispanic undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about twelve million in the United States. Among those marching are Adelfa Callejo, a Dallas lawyer and civil rights activist who is a leader in the Hispanic community; Hector Flores, who has served as National President of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Director of Recruitment and Retention for the Dallas Independent School District, and an Equal Opportunity Specialist for the Office of Civil Rights within the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; and Domingo Garcia, a practicing attorney in Dallas who served as Mayor Pro Tem of Dallas, as a Dallas City Council member, and as a Texas legislator - he is the current General Counsel for the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), a Latino civil rights organization. The so-called "mega march" was carried out to demand immigrant amnesty as members of the U.S. Congress debated immigration reform.
[Cameramen and reporters gather to cover protestors]
Cameramen and reporters work to gather information and images of a crowd of protesters and their children. The protest was against the anti-immigration proposals being debated in the U. S. Senate.
[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 Francisco de Anda addresses an Early Education Program class]
Carlos Francisco de Anda addresses an Early Education Program class. The program is designed to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda conducts an Early Education Program class]
Carlos Francisco de Anda conducts an Early Education Program class. The program is designed to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda gives instruction during an Early Education Program class]
Carlos Francisco de Anda teaches an Early Education Program class. The program is designed to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda instructs families during an Early Education Program class]
A man speaks to families participating in an Early Education Program class. The goal of the program is to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda interacts with parents during an Early Education Program class]
Carlos Francisco de Anda conducts an Early Education Program class. The program is designed to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda leads a class in the Early Education Program]
Carlos Francisco de Anda leads a class of the Early Education Program. The program's goal is to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda passes out information sheets]
Carlos Francisco de Anda passes out information sheets during an Early Education Program class. The program is designed to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda passes out information sheets during an Early Education Program class]
Carlos Francisco de Anda passes out information to parents participating in an Early Education Program class.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda speaks to a group of mothers]
Carlos Francisco de Anda addresses a group of mothers attending an Early Education Program class. The program is designed to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda speaks to a group of mothers and children]
Carlos Francisco de Anda speaks to a group of mothers and their children during an Early Education Program class. The class is designed to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda speaks to a group of parents]
Carlos Francisco de Anda, a specialist with the Early Education Program of Fort Worth, speaks to a group of parents during one of the education classes. The goal of the program is to create a home-based methodology so that pre-school age children will have better knowledge and tools before they enter school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda speaks to a parent during an Early Education Program class]
Carlos Francisco de Anda speaks to a parent during an Early Education Program class. The goal of the program is to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Francisco de Anda speaks to an Early Education Program class]
Carlos Francisco de Anda, a specialist with the Early education program of Fort Worth, speaks to family groups during a class. The program's goal is to help parents prepare their children for school.
[Carlos Garcia de Alba and the Pope]
Carlos Garcia de Alba stands in front of a photograph of himself shaking hands with Pope John Paul II. Garcia de Alba is the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas.
[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]
Carlos Garcia de Alba speaks in front of an audience and video cameras. 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.
[Carlos Linares and Ray Alake Smile During a Ceremony]
Carlos Linares and Ray Alake enjoy a ceremony for volunteers of Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Mr. Linares was Mr. Alake's mentor for five years. The ceremony took place at a school in Mansfield, Texas.
[Carlos Linares and Ray Alake Smile During a Ceremony]
Carlos Linares shares a joke with Ray Alake at the ceremony to honor Mr. Linares for his work with Big Brothers, Big Sisters. The ceremony was held at a school in Mansfield, Texas.
[Carlos Linares Celebrates His Recognition by Big Brothers, Big Sisters]
Carlos Linares (left) celebrates the recognition of his work with Big Brothers, Big Sisters. He was honored for mentoring Ray Alake (center) for five years. Accompanying them is Ray's mother Bose Oludipe of Nigeria. The ceremony was held at a school in Mansfield, Texas.
[Carlos Linares is honored at a recognition ceremony for Big Brothers, Big Sisters volunteers]
Carlos Linares is shown during a recognition ceremony by the organization Big Brothers, Big Sisters that was held at a school in Mansfield for having been a mentor to a student for five years. Among the achievements of Linares was successfully guiding his charge through the process of applying for a college scholarship.
[Carlos Linares Is Honored for His Work With Big Brothers, Big Sisters]
Carlos Linares, center, was honored by Big Brothers, Big Sisters for his mentoring work with Ray Alake (right). Mr. Alake's mother, Bose Oludipe, is on the left. The ceremony was held at a school in Mansfield, Texas.
[Carlos Tamez]
Carlos Tamez is shown seated. In the background both another newscaster and the Univision logo are visible.
[Carlos Tamez and Univision logo]
Carlos Tamez is shown seated. In the background both another newscaster and the Univision logo are visible.