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July 17, 2020

If it’s Friday, it feels like every other day of the week in this nation of chaos and bizarro actions from state and national so-called leaders. We have the White House telling us that we shouldn’t look at science,…

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April 14, 2020

It is a sad day in our nation when our President throws what amounts to as a temper tantrum because he doesn’t feel the media is giving him the credit he deserves (in his mind) during this global pandemic….

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April 9, 2020

Lines at food banks are getting longer. Layoffs are getting more prevalent. Whole industries are predicted to go extinct. Bank accounts are shrinking. As self-isolation goes from staycation mode to anxious panic, those needing money to pay for essentials…

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February 12, 2020

As Trump demands more and more money – even taking it away from social services – to build his “big, beautiful wall” (that blows down in strong winds), border immigration agents are voicing that there may be something new…

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December 9, 2019

We don’t need a higher ed degree to know that since Trump took office US standing in the world has plummeted. Though he dupes his believers otherwise, the rest of us who haven’t succumbed to the Trump cult can…

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October 15, 2019

With news of the arrest of the latest egregious and senseless murder of an innocent black person by a police officer, the debut of a USA Today investigation into police misconduct is not only timely but sheds light on…

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October 9, 2019

Headlines touting that apprehensions at the border are down are misleading. True, border apprehensions are down but the bigger story reveals a more troubling reality; Did Montgomery, Alabama just make history?!; and Feel bullied and discriminated against? There’s an…

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September 24, 2019

Among today’s headlines: Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg impressed critics and supporters alike with her eloquent defense, heartfelt frustration and challenge to world leaders to do something about climate. Yet, there was only one world leader who chose…

By Natalie Gross Latino Ed Beat It wasn’t that long ago that tech entrepreneur Sahari Espinoza Salamanca thought she’d never be able to go to college. As an undocumented immigrant, financial-aid opportunities were limited, and despite her long list of academic…

By Jamesha Gibson Preservation Nation Preservationists know how difficult it is not only to protect, but also interpret cultural landscapes that are in highly vulnerable or frequently transitioning circumstances. Asma Jaber and her fiancé Sami Jitan saw the extent…

By Sara Inés Calderón Más Wired Olenka and Adam Polak grew up in a Polish-speaking household in Greenwich, Connecticut didn’t set out to be entrepreneurs. But an unpleasant moviegoing experience with their Polish cousins led them to create myLINGO,…

By Sara Inés Calderón Más Wired Carlos Cueto created Textter after watching his two teenaged daughters texting. They text constantly, he said, and so are constantly frustrated by having to wait until their friends respond to their texts. With…

SaludToday Latinos face higher rates of heart disease than other populations because of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes, the American Heart Association reports. There’s a new free app to give peace of mind for those who have recovered…