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November 13, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Mexico honored three Mexican-American leaders--a farm worker organizer and two professors--for "their efforts in defense of the human rights of Mexican nationals in the United States and the preservation of Mexican culture." The honorees were United Farm Workers Union leader Cesar Chavez in California; Americo Paredes, a University of Texas professor, and Julian Zamora of Colorado, a sociologist and former professor.
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November 13, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Mexico honored three Mexican-American leaders--a farm worker organizer and two professors--for "their efforts in defense of the human rights of Mexican nationals in the United States and the preservation of Mexican culture." The honorees were United Farm Workers Union leader Cesar Chavez in California; Americo Paredes, a University of Texas professor, and Julian Zamora of Colorado, a sociologist and former professor.
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April 5, 2005 | Sebastian Rotella, Times Staff Writer
The Roman media circus has begun. No one has been trampled by horses yet, but try to stay clear of the legions of journalists storming the Eternal City: a horde of frantic, overworked, sleep-deprived "pilgrims" immersed in a feeding frenzy of historic proportions. It has been years in the making. When the health of Pope John Paul II declined in the mid-1990s, major television networks began angling for roofs and terraces with commanding views of the Vatican.
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