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The most incredible and biggest poem. California poet laureate Juan Felipe Herrera is completing his two-year poetry project titled “The most incredible and biggest poem on unity in the world” inviting everyone to... Photo: The Most Incredible and Biggest Poem…via Facebook
Tuesday September 23<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Defeating Voter Abstention. On National Voter Registration Day, dozens of national Latino groups join forces in a coordinated effort to register voters for the November 4 mid-term election. They expect Latinos to vote...         Photo: CoveredCA via Facebook
Wednesday September 24<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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 Deadline Looms for Insured Families.   More than 100,000 families risk losing health coverage purchased in federal health insurance exchanges after they failed to provide additional verification of immigration or citizenship status. Advocates urge the Obama administration to...   Photo: CoveredCA via Facebook
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Sexual Exploitation. Immigrant women and girls often suffer in silence sexual exploitation in their workplaces. These workers are subjected to rape or sexual harassment with impunity and don’t report abuses for fear of retaliation. Undocumented women worry about being fired or deported...           Photo: SLPC
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Mexico Edition. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts the program Voz Pública from Mexico City. The civic journalist brings news and analysis on Mexican developments.
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Oficina del Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado de Kern en Bakersfield, California.

Edicion Semanaria (Weekly Magazine)

19 September, 2014

*Parents Protest Use of New School Funds in CA District
*Latina Moms in New York Seek to Increase Access to Schools

Virginia Melchor y Juan Moran sentados afuera de su casa en Lamont, California

Parents protest use of new school funds in CA district

19 September, 2014

But a group of parents in the district and community organizations filed a legal complaint, arguing that the authorities did not consult them, and decided to use the funds for areas that would not specifically help students with the most need. Juan Santiago has the story.

Foto: Proyecto de Liderazgo de Padre. Yanaira López Sosa

Latina moms in New York seek to increase access to schools

19 September, 2014

A group of mothers in Harlem and other parts of Upper Manhattan are seeking to increase options so that Latino families can send their children to better schools. Diana Montaño reports. This feature story is part of American Graduate, Let’s Make it Happen!, a public media initiative to address the drop out crisis, supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Celebración de Graduación Estudiantil (inglés)

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