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SJ leaders try to atone for Cinco de Mayo street closures some denounced as ‘racist’

SAN JOSE OFFICIALS are looking to make amends following what state officials have called a racist handling of the city’s annual Cinco de Mayo festivities. But some residents say it’s not that simple. San Jose councilmembers unanimously passed a memo in the Rules and Open Government Committee on May 24, asking the San Jose Police Department […]