Monday September 21<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Monday September 2112:00 PM (PacificTime)

The Unequal Scourge of Cancer. A first-ever report concludes that “the immense burden of cancer is not shouldered equally by all” and warns that the pandemic is exacerbating the existing cancer health disparities. Photo:
Tuesday September 22<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Tuesday September 2212:00 PM (PacificTime)

Immigration Edition. Members of Congress intervened to halt the deportation of a detained immigrant woman who complained that doctors at a Georgia detention center performed forced hysterectomy, a traumatic experience that according to a whistleblower nurse, was also performed on more detained immigrant women.Photo:
Wednesday  September 23<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Wednesday September 2312:00 PM (PacificTime)

Community Covid-19 Relief. After the coronavirus pandemic started taking lives and destroying livelihoods, and in the absence of a federal bailout for millions, a community-based network serving low-income families set out to raise money to help households in most need to pay their bills and stay afloat. Photo:
Thursday  September 24<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Thursday September 2412:00 PM (PacificTime)

Early Voting Begins. Voters are already heading to the polls in Virginia, Minnesota and other states to cast an early ballot. Long lines were reported at early voting centers on the first day of polling. Photo: Todd Clemons & Associates/Facebook
Friday  September 25<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Friday September 2512:00 PM (PacificTime)

Mexico Edition. Six years ago, 43 students from Ayotzinapa College disappeared in the Mexican town of Iguala after being attacked by federal, state and local police. This mass kidnapping has become a symbol of police violence and impunity.Photo:
Auto contaminado por emisiones tóxicas de Exide. Foto: Rubén Tapia.

Edición Semanaria (Weekly Edition)

18 September, 2020

*In a Lead Poisoning Hotspot: What Happened to the Children?

Asamblista Cristina Garcia anuncia los fondos millonarios para limpiar casas contaminadas por Exide

In a Lead Poisoning Hotspot: What Happened to the Children?

19 September, 2020

Thousands of homes in cities surrounding a now shuttered battery factory in Southeast Los Angeles were found to be contaminated with lead, a neurotoxic substance that has been detected at high rates in the blood of children who grew up in these communities.

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