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Mel Mason, executive director of The Village Project, poses with Olmec Head at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. The Olmec are believed to be the first major civilization in Mexico.
Leonicio Ramirez and his family are the first residents to receive water through a water distribution system in East Porterville, Calif. on August 19, 2016. Hundreds of East Porterville residents have gone without a sustainable water supply since their properties’ wells went dry during California’s five-year drought. Engineers at the California Department of Water Resources have led the way toward sustainability by designing a distribution system that eventually will deliver water from the City of Porterville to 1,800 homes in its neighboring community to the east. The first connection was made on the 19th, and dozens more are expected to be completed in the coming weeks. * FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY *
Robbie Ramirez, 10, holds onto his father, Robert Ramirez, during a vigil for victims of a Sunday evening shooting that left three people dead at the Gilroy Garlic Festival, Monday, July 29, 2019, in Gilroy, Calif. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)
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California Immigrant Policy Center members celebrate a policy victory at the Capitol in Sacramento.
A mature individual sitting on a park bench, smiling broadly at the camera.
Happy Hispanic senior woman uses a walker in a nursing home. She is also walking with the help of a physical therapist and the woman's granddaughter. The therapist is wearing pink scrubs and is holding a clipboard. The patient's granddaughter is wearing a light blue cardigan.
The hand that holds the steel cage with hope.Expectations and waits for freedom. Liberty Conception. Copy space.
Multicultural group of businesspeople have a discussion