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Cinco de Mayo event highlights nonprofits serving Latinx community through pandemic

Original post made on May 13, 2021

Leaders from three nonprofits and educational institutions gathered virtually last week to celebrate Cinco de Mayo by highlighting the battles and victories the Latinx community in San Mateo County has faced during the pandemic so far.

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Posted by Observer
a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on May 13, 2021 at 7:25 pm

Observer is a registered user.

:Pérez noted that Cañada College is federally recognized as a minority-serving institution, given that about 45% of students identify as Latinx and just under 20% identify as Asian or Pacific Islander."

Mr. Perez, what percent is African American, also a recognized minority.

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