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Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin De León with the young people. Photo: Fernando Andrés Torres.

Young People Push for Anti-Wage-Theft Law in California

The bill would give the California Labor Comissioner the tools to demand that companies pay a bond if they have been ordered to pay backwages and still have not.

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Posted in Economy & Labor, Homepage Feature, Youth, Politics & Elections, Latest News |
Pablo Quiroz Manríquez, Artemio Posadas, y Dolores García tocan son huasteco. Foto: Zaidee Stavely.

Son Huasteco Brings Joy to Migrants and Young People in San Francisco Bay Area

“Doing this, I feel like this is part of Mexico, too,” says immigrant worker Héctor Plascencia.

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Posted in Arts & Culture, Homepage Feature, Youth, Latest News |
Tres de cuatro niños en algunas escuelas de Oakland reportan haber perdido a alguien cercano por la violencia. Foto: Adam Grossberg/KQED

Violence Obstructs Education of Thousands of Children in Oakland Schools

In some schools in Oakland, three out of four children have lost a loved one to violence. The effects spill over into the classroom.

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Posted in Education, Homepage Feature, Youth, Topics, Latest News |
Un especialista en tecnología del distrito de Oakland, Chris Beatty, le ayuda a Jacqueline a usar una computadora para leer. Foto: Zaidee Stavely.

Nine-Year-Old Girl, Paralyzed by Bullet, Struggles to Continue Education

A stray bullet cost Jacqueline Funes months of schooling, and she is now struggling to be able to learn, and live, as she did before.

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Posted in Education, Homepage Feature, Youth, Health, Latest News |
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Ayotzinapa 43 Hour 2: Live Forum.

SATURDAY, APRIL 4 PROGRAM # 7491 6 PM PT Ayotzinapa 43 Hour 2: Live Forum. A delegation of parents and friends of the 43 students disappeared by police in Southern Mexico meet with US supporters in a live community forum in San Francisco’s Mission District. The forum is convened and broadcast by Radio Bilingüe, KPOO, […]

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Posted in Youth, Latinos, Línea Abierta, Mexico, Política, Latest News |
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(Español) Colegios Comunitarios, límites y desafíos II

(Español) Mientras el dinero para los estudiantes universitarios de la comunidad en forma de subvenciones federales como las becas Pell ha aumentado, para las universidades lo ha hecho modestamente. En 2010 el Congreso rechazó un paquete de ayuda de 8 mil 800 millones de dólares que se habría dirigido a los colegios comunitarios para elevar sus tasas de graduación.

Posted in Special Edition: Public Education, Homepage Feature, Latest News |
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Republicans Sweep Elections: Where Were Latinos?

Some analysts say it is time for both parties to take charge of matters crucial to Latinos if they want their vote in the 2016 presidential elections. José López Zamorano reports from the nation’s capital.

Posted in Homepage Feature, Politics & Elections, Latest News |
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(Español) Inmigración: tema central y definitorio para los votantes latinos

(Español) En la lucha por el control del Senado, el tema migratorio ha probado ser definitorio en la contienda por el Senado entre el titular demócrata, Mark Udall, y el republicano Cory Gardner. Queda por ver si la dilación en el anuncio de las órdenes ejecutivas migratorias por parte de la Casa Blanca y la timidez con que Udall abordó el tema incide sobre el voto latino en este estado y, por ende, sobre el balance del Congreso.

Posted in Homepage Feature, Politics & Elections, Latest News |
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(Español) Conferencia de prensa de padres de normalistas de Ayotzinapa y EPN

(Español) Después de una reunión de más de 4 horas en la residencia oficial de Los Pinos con el presidente Enrique Peña Nieto, familiares de los 43 estudiantes desaparecidos, estudiantes de dicha escuela y grupos civiles dieron una conferencia de prensa

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Posted in Homepage Feature, Mexico, Latest News |
The Ramirez Family on graduation day for Fabian and Maria for their B.A. and Gloria for her master's degree. Photo: Zaidee Stavely

From the Fields to Top College: One Family’s Story

All four Ramirez siblings attended the prestigious University of California at Berkeley. That’s no small accomplishment for a farm working family living in one of the poorest cities in California, and one of the least educated in the country.

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Posted in Education, Homepage Feature, Youth, Latest News |

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