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5 de Mayo

Let's celebrate as good neighbors

Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy the food and music and share a bit of Hispanic culture during Saturday’s Cinco de Mayo Festival in Great Bend.
It comes at just the right time.
In an article in National Geographic News, Professor Robert Davis-Undiano at the University of Oklahoma said he sees Cinco de Mayo as a positive force that can bring Latinos and non-Latinos together, especially at a time when tensions surrounding the illegal immigration debate run high.
“I’m convinced there is a lot of unprocessed anxiety among non-Latinos concerning what changes that will come with a ...


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