Education

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Displaced Mushroom Workers. Florida Bans African American History Studies. Political Shootings in New Mexico.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 PROGRAM # 9898 12:00 PM PT Displaced Mushroom Workers. Dozens of Guatemalan workers were left jobless and without pay after a Colorado mushroom mega-farm collapsed into despite receiving Covid relief. Some farm workers are now exploring the possibility of running the company themselves as a worker cooperative. The company is one of […]

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Tony Díaz. Foto: Facebook.

(Español) El poder de la lectura y el conocimiento entran en riesgo

(Español) Tony Díaz: “Con los fondos de la comunidad y diferentes becas podemos organizar esto en nuestros términos. Los que nos quieren censurar están controlando las escuelas, las bibliotecas y los medios de comunicación… Pero estamos difundiendo nuestras ideas y estamos ganando”.

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New Retirement Savings Rules. Also, Banned Books.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11 PROGRAM # 9882 12:00 PM PT New Retirement Savings Rules. The Omnibus bill signed by President Biden includes new retirement savings provisions – known as Secure 2.0 – that could make it easier to accumulate retirement savings — and make it less costly to withdraw them. The provisions include requiring employers to […]

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Mujeres exigen respeto a decisions de salud con respecto a sus cuerpos. ACLU/HNS

Roundup of Headline News in 2022

Latino voters proved decisive in the crucial November midterm elections. Some Latino candidates made history by becoming the first in their regions to hold congressional seats. Meanwhile, in the face of increasingly frequent and devastating disasters, President Biden signed the largest climate investment initiative in U.S. history.

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Posted in Economy, Education, Elections, Homepage Feature, Immigration, Youth, Environment, Mexico, Politics, Health |
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The Year in Review.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29 PROGRAM # 9870 12:00 PM PT The Year in Review. From the efforts to stem the pandemic crisis to the devastating wildfires in New Mexico and heat waves along the Pacific Coast to the gun-violence tragedy in Uvalde, this edition features stories that made headlines during 2022. Other big stories include the […]

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Posted in Coronavirus/COVID-19, Education, Elections, Immigration, Inmigrantes, Línea Abierta, Environment, Politics, Health, Jobs |
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New Retirement Savings Rules. Early Education in New Mexico. Racism: A Public Health Crisis.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28 PROGRAM # 9868 12:00 PM PT New Retirement Savings Rules. As part of the Omnibus bill, the Senate passed new retirement savings provisions – known as Secure 2.0 – that could make it easier to accumulate retirement savings — and make it less costly to withdraw them. The provisions include requiring employers […]

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Nuria Zúñiga Alaníz, cónsul adscrita de México en Fresno, California, opina sobre el beneficio de leer en español. Foto: Cortesía.

Spanish-Language Book Shortage in California’s Public Libraries

In California’s Central Valley: Although more than half of Fresno County’s residents are Latino and many students have difficulty speaking English, its public libraries have a very low inventory of Spanish-language books.

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Posted in Education, Homepage Feature, Mexico |
Dra. Mónica Lomelí, Supervisora de CRH -LAC. Foto: Captura de pantalla.

Appealing to Citizens to Reduce Hate Crimes in Los Angeles

Faced with the alarming increase of hate crimes in Los Angeles County, authorities have launched a campaign to counteract it. Through the “Los Angeles Against Hate” campaign, leaders are encouraging citizens to call a confidential hotline and file complaints.

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Teachers at the Brink of Burnout.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 PROGRAM # 9849 12:00 PM PT Teachers at the Brink of Burnout. Researchers were surprised to find out that teachers experienced significantly more anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic than healthcare workers who were on the frontlines of the public health crisis. Those teaching remotely reported substantially higher rates of depression and feelings […]

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Extra Edition: Universal Pre-School State. (A Repeat.) Abortion Rights Supported by Voters. Climate Crisis and Loss of Species.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6 PROGRAM # 9845 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Universal Pre-School State. (A Repeat.) New Mexico voted last week to make pre-K a universal right. A ballot measure will make New Mexico the first state in the country to guarantee a constitutional right to early childhood education. The measure gives lawmakers the green […]

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