Archive for October 2nd, 2009
From the NPT Inbox. For background, click here/u>:
Dear Friends of Lomas del Poleo: October 2, 2009
As always, thank you for your prayers, advocacy and generosity in accompanying the settlers in Lomas del Poleo.
This update contains two items: First, a brief translation/summary of a longer report in Spanish by Cristina Coronado re. the audience in Chihuahua September 28. (If you would like the entire report in Spanish, let me know and I will send it to you.) Second is a report on the official from the Agrarian court who returned to Lomas to investigate the trespassing of the Zaragoza and City, State construction vehicles onto the property of Vicente Estrada and Carmen Quinones.
From the NPT Inbox:
ARTSPACE LAUNCHES EL PASO ARTIST HOUSING & WORKSPACE MARKET SURVEY
WHAT: Minneapolis, MN-based ARTSPACE Projects — recognized as being the nation’s
leading nonprofit organization behind innovative, quality, and affordable housing for
artists — will hold a press conference and public presentation about its efforts to
explore affordable housing and workspace for local artists in Downtown El Paso.
The public — especially artists interested in living or working in the Downtown El
Paso area — are strongly encouraged to attend.
WHEN/WHERE: 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009
The La Fe Culture and Technology Center Auditorium
721 S. Ochoa — Rear Building, EPTX 79901
WHO: In attendance at this event will be representatives from: ARTSPACE Projects; The City
of El Paso’s Museums and Cultural Affairs Department; The El Paso Community
Foundation; and Artists’ Communities/ Downtown Core (AC/DC), a local arts
Our sincere thanks to Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc. — a nonprofit health, social‐justice,
and arts organization — for hosting this event.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry issued this statement in response to a ruling in a Dallas court that two men could get a divorce:
AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry today made the following statement regarding a Dallas judge’s ruling that Texas’ definition of marriage is unconstitutional:
“Texas voters and lawmakers have repeatedly affirmed the view that marriage is defined as between one man and one woman. I believe the ruling is flawed and should be appealed. I am confident that Attorney General Abbott and the will of Texas voters will prevail, and traditional marriage will be upheld in our state.”