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100 faces celebrating 10 years of Los Cien in Sonoma County

Ricardo Ibarra
Written by Ricardo Ibarra

We all know the story by now.  About the small group that started talks in the back of a Mary’s Pizza Shack in Santa Rosa, discussing issues related to the growing Latino community in Sonoma County: politics, education, housing, employment, equity… there was much to talk about.

That small group has grown throughout the past 10 years. It’s now a nonprofit called Los Cien. Herman Hernandez, leader of the group tells the story in every opportunity. In the monthly luncheons at the Flamingo Resort & Hotel where they congregate elected officials, organizations, activists, professionists, academics, students and community leaders.

On top, find a hundred faces portrayed in the celebration of the 10th anniversary of local Latino leadership group Los Cien (The 100, in Spanish,) Thursday night at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa.

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