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Lupé Anguiano

 
 

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  • Unknown author (The Renaissance Woman, 1989)
    Lupe Anguiano took a dream and turned it into a reality. She wants to reform the welfare system so that it may benefit the many women who dream of escaping it. Her main focus is to help these women find new dignity and ...
  • Unknown author (Ladies' Home Journal, 1988-11)
    Who are the most important women in America today? What kind of power and influence do they wield? The women here—chosen by the editors of Ladies' Home Journal—are a fascinating, sometimes surprising group that reflects ...
  • Clark, Carol (Today's Parish, 1985-02)
    When you meet Lupe Anguiano, the vigor of her step, the direct look in her eyes, the determination in her voice, tell you she is a woman of power and purpose. As the daughter of migrant workers from Mexico, she has learned ...
  • Unknown author (Hispanic Business: Women in Business, 1980-08)
    Welfare is a drag. No place to be. It's poverty. Two, three-year old kids running around a project apartment, without bottoms or tops, crying and carrying on desperately. Everything is unkempt: The kitchen, bedrooms, bottles ...
  • Anguiano, Lupe (2014-08-15)
    My first memorable teacher was my mother. She instilled in me — a great love for Christ. That had major impact on my life and has contributed to everything I have done. She taught us that we are all the Christ light, and ...