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Colorado Springs Hispania News (Newspaper) - February 3, 2005, Colorado Springs, Colorado 3 de Febrero 2005 to de Febrero 2005 hispania news Page 3community news child or teen killed by gunfire every 3 hours the horrific death toll from gunfire in the United states included 2,867 children and teens in 2002, nearly eight deaths a Day and 55 a week according to a report released today by the children a defense fund. Firearms Are the second leading cause of death among to to 19-year Olds second Only to motor vehicle accidents. There were 71 victims under 5 years old. From 1979 through 2002, firearms have killed a total of 95,761 children and teens in America. Cd published the latest figures today in a protect children not guns a an annual report that analyses data from the us centers for disease control and prevention. The report covers 2002, the most recent year for which National figures Are available. Cd analysts broke Down the data by state race age and manner of death. All the figures Are available on the cd website at . Among the Young people lost to gun violence in 2002 were 581 hispanic children and teens including 34 who never reached their 10th birthdays. The total number of hispanic victims increased 12 percent compared with the previous year. From 1990 through 2002, firearms killed More than 10,000 hispanic children and teens. Cd president Marian Wright Edelman called for an end to the killing and urged political leaders to take action. A Why Are we As a nation so silent in the face of this Slaughter of children a she asked. A at this critical time when the president and our elected leaders in Congress Are making budget and legislative decisions it is More important then Ever for parents Faith leaders and citizens to raise a moral voice in favor of choices that protect in september president Bush and Congress allowed the Federal assault weapons ban to expire after to years making it Legal for americans to buy rapid fire military style firearms that Are engineered to kill Large numbers of people in seconds. The number of children and teens who died from gunfire increased each year until the ban was put into effect in 1994. During the ban the number of deaths of children and teens decreased steadily. In 2002, the annual toll in those age groups was 50 percent lower than in 1994. A since 1979, nearly 96,000 children and teenagers have died on the killing Fields of am Ricamore than twice the american Battle deaths in Vietnam a Edelman said. A but where Are the demonstrations protesting the senseless loss of these children Why did the president and Congress let the assault weapons ban expire when these deadly firearms Are designed Only to kill human beings not to Hunt Why is the Era Able to Block the collective will of More than two thirds of americans who Cut plans Pueblo Campus Colorado technical University cuban institution of higher learning has announced that it plans to open a Campus in Pueblo Colorado. At ceremonies on january 21 at the Pueblo convention Center representatives from Cut said the University would pledge $1 million in scholarships for students who attend the Pueblo Campus to be located at Midtown Center. The Campus is expected to open in the Early Spring with enrolment starting soon. A we Are very pleased and excited to have the Opportunity to provide Pueblo residents this Opportunity to take a vital step in their career development a said David of Donnell ceo of Colorado technical University. A a we re honoured to serve Pueblo because its residents Are Well known for their work ethic and Pride in their Cut will provide the scholarships to students at the Pueblo Campus based on their needs and those of the Pueblo Community of Donnell said. Examples May include the $ 1,000 military appreciation scholarship awarded to military personnel and their family members the destiny scholarship a $3,000 award Given to High school students entering Cut and the $15,000 doctorate scholarship awarded to students earning their doctorate of management or computer science. At the january 21 reception cosponsored by the Pueblo chamber of Commerce the latino chamber and the Pueblo economic development corp., of Donnell provided signed applications and checks to join the three organizations. John Vigil of the latino chamber applauded a tue a longstanding tradition of striving for diversity in education and employment. A one of the Many ways we listen to our Community is through direct involvement directly giving Back to our Community a o Donnell said. A Actu also forms Industry advisory boards in our communities to work closely with employers in the private sector to develop and refine Industry current Colorado technical University was founded in 1965 in Colorado and specializes in creating customized professional development for the employees of some of americans major corporations including Fedex usaa Sci and Oracle. In addition to the planned Campus in Pueblo Cut features a Campus in Colorado Springs two campuses in the Denver area one in Sioux Falls so one in Kansas City to and Cut online an extensive online learning environment. In 40 years More than 40,000 people have attended Colorado technical University a tue a current student body numbers More than 10,000. For the initial phase of its Campus at Midtown Center Cut plans extensive renovation of 10,000 Square feet to provide classrooms and labs equipped with Industry current technology for communications and learning Success. Campuses in the Cut system offer a wide Range of undergraduate masters and doctorate degrees and professional certificate. Programs with curriculum designed to support today a leading career Fields. Program availability differs by location. Among the degree programs planned for Cut Pueblo Are a associate of science in criminal Justice a associate of general studies a Bachelor of science in criminal Justice a Bachelor of science in project management a the executive master of business administration a master of business administration concentrating in either accounting human resources project management logistics Supply Chain management or technology management for More information Contact Colorado technical University 1025 w. 6th st., to Box 584 Pueblo co 81002, Pueblo Colorado 719 595-0200, favor common sense gun safety Laws a the report Calls on All americans to take Concrete Steps to keep children Safe including advocating for More stringent gun control measures. A every Day in this country we lose at least eight children to the epidemic of gun violence a said Edelman. A the rate of gun deaths in this country is higher than any other industrialized nation and there is a reason for that. It is time to Stop promoting the gun Industry and Start protecting our a protect children not guns Quot and other gun related information can be downloaded at the cd web site . Your child deserves a head Start we offer free infant toddler and preschool programs for children prenatal to age five and families. Children with special needs Are Welcome. Space is limited Call now to find out if you qualify 635-1536 ask Sagut our affordable child Carf combined with preschool services. Free preschool Community partnership for child development 2330 Robinson Street Colorado Springs co 80904 a p enrol now the life skills Center of Colorado Springs is now enrolling get your High school diploma in just four hours a Day tuition free if you Are 16 to 21 and have dropped out of High school we have a school designed just for you life skills teaches you at your level lets you learn at your own Pace at a time convenient to you. Keep your Job and attend daily 4-hour classes. Need a Job Well help you prepare and find a Job. Work at your own Pace toward your High school diploma not a ged students Complete 6 hours of additional learning opportunities per week which can include employment volunteering counselling or other activities deemed suitable. Til providing at risk 16 to 21 year old students i vocational education their High school diploma and a Job tuition free. A a a of Quot a Colorado Springs it omit of Colorado Springs 412 s. Tejon Street Cimarron St phone or Check out our website 719-471-0684 . Com education that fits your life Center you choose from three sessions 8 00am 12 00pm 10 15am 2 15pm 1 30 5 30pm

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