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Quiroga College’s representatives in Latinos Unite for 6th Annual Latino Unity Day at Illinois' Capital event

The event took place at the Capitol, headquarters of the state congress located in the capital of Illinois, Springfield, on May 8 and 9. Until this city, three hours from Chicago, traveled in our representation of Quiroga College: Michelle Chavez, member of the board of directors; Gloria Quiroz, executive director; and Jose Manuel Oritz, project manager; accompanied by Eduardo Niño Ávalos, Consul for Community Affairs of the Consulate of Mexico in Chicago.

In this event we share with the highest authorities of the State, such as Governor Jay Robert Pritzker, former Lieutenant Governor Jay Robert Pritzker, State Senators, State Representatives, and leaders of the most important political and community organizations in the state.

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Michele Chávez, José Manuel Ortiz, cónsul Eduardo Niño Ávalos, el gobernador de Illinois Jay Robert Pritzker y Gloria Quiroz.
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Gloria Quiroz, Emma Lozano of Organización Centro sin Fronteras Familia Latina Unida and Michele Chávez.

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Cónsul Eduardo Niño Ávalos, Gloria Quiroz ICIRR's director Artemio Arreola, Michele Chávez and José Manuel Ortiz.


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The representatives of Quiroga College posing with activists from Chicago on the front of the Capitol building in Springfield

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