A DIRECT LINE TO LATINO COMMUNITY

By Gabriel Escobar
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, September 24, 1992

The tiny production company’s first effort, if you can picture it, was recorded in someone’s bathroom. Without access to a real studio, the unusual locale made acoustical sense, and to this day Arturo Salcedo can see himself crouching, speaking into a corner, while Eduardo Lopez played sound man.

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DIXON’S EYE ON LATINO OFFICE

By Rene Sanchez and Nell Henderson
The Washington Post
Thursday, May 23, 1991

Mayor Sharon Pratt Dixon’s administration, after largely ignoring its Office of Latino Affairs for the last four months, now sees it as a valuable communications channel between the D.C. government and its Hispanic community.

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BLACK POWER’S NEW DILEMMA

By Juan Williams
The Washington Post
Sunday, May 12, 1991

AFTER A TYPICAL riot in one of our nation’s cities during the 1960s, it was a white mayor whose limousine pulled up in front of the television studio where he grudgingly appeared on a show to give the black community a chance to air its grievances and speak directly to the man in charge.

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