Editorial: “Naturalize 2 Million by 2022”

There’s a lot a stake in the mid-term elections Nov. 8. All 435 U.S. House seats and 35 of 100 U.S. Senate seats are up for grabs. Kansas and 35 other states will elect a governor. Open seats in other state executive offices, state legislatures, boards of education and regents, state supreme and appellate courts […]

Voces Consulares: Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow – II

By Alfonso Navarro Bernachi The commemoration of International Women’s Day is an opportunity to learn from the experiences of women in leadership positions in our community and share them to better serve girls, teenagers and all women in our consular district.“It’s very important that we talk about women today, but those women also mean us”, […]

Women’s History Month: Veronica Latas

Women’s History Month: Latas walks the walk By Tere Siqueira Each March, to observe Women’s History Month, Dos Mundos honors Latinas whose accomplishments have helped and/or inspired the community. One of this year’s eight honorees is Veronica Latas, who has dedicated her life to helping others in making difficult life transitions.Originally from San Benito, Texas, […]

Women’s History Month: Kathleen Ramon Venable

Ramon Venable pursues calling of serving those in need By Chara Each March, to honor Women’s History Month, Dos Mundos honors Latinas whose accomplishments have helped and/or inspired the community. One of this year’s honorees is former Kansas City area resident and current Texan Kathleen Ramon Venable, who defines her calling as serving people in […]

Sisters Poor of Jesus Christ celebrates 10 years in area

By Tere Siqueira The Sisters Poor of Jesus Christ have an anniversary this year.The international ministry – which has houses in North, Central and South America; Europe; and Africa, organizational information states – is celebrating 10 years of its presence in the United States with its first house in Kansas City, Kansas.First, the community sisters […]