Teatro Milagro puts on ‘Judge Torres’ at CCC

By Jared Preble / November 12, 2019

  Clackamas Community College was visited by Teatro Milagro on November 6 in Gregory Forum to present “Judge Torres,” the true story of a young immigrant girl from El Salvador who crossed the U.S. border at the age of nine and persevered through countless hardships to eventually climb the judicial ranks, earning the title of…

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French and Spanish teacher on his time overseas Q&A

By Clackamas Print / June 4, 2019

Story by Zachary Whitley Ernesto Hernandez is a full-time French and Spanish teacher at Clackamas Community College. Before joining the college, he spent his time as a teacher journeying overseas with a specialty in European languages. The Clackamas Print: Could you talk a little bit about your background? Ernesto Hernandez: I grew up bilingual speaking…

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Teatro Milagro breaks the binary

By Merari Calderon Ruiz / November 2, 2015

Bilingual theater company performs on campus by Merari Calderon Ruiz How many times have you had your voice shut down or not even heard at all? Just because a person may be of a different race or speak another language doesn’t mean we can’t relate. Teatro Milagro performed a play on Oct. 21 called “Searching for Aztlán.” The captivating…

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