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October 14, 2019

Say “the wall” these days and most everyone’s thoughts go to our southern border. So much injustice, heartache and harm has been and is being done and it’s not stopping; Most people know we shouldn’t eat late at night…

By Johanna Mendelson Forman The Conversation Latin America’s economy has grown enormously over the past two decades. However, unemployment in the region still hovers at 8 percent, double that of the United States. Youth joblessness is even higher –…

By Kerry Trueman Mom’s Clean Air Force There’s no Oscar for Best Manmade ‘Natural’ Disaster, but if there were, Southern California would win in a mudslide. After all, Hollywood’s movie studios have spent decades perfecting the cinematic catastrophe: earthquakes,…

LatinaLista — For a community where 38.2% of its children ages 2-19 are overweight or obese, compared with 31.7% of all U.S. children those same ages and a segment of its male adults (Mexican Americans) come in second as…

By Marion Nestle Food Politics For my monthly Food Matters column in the San Francisco Chronicle, I devote the one in January every year to predictions. Last year I got them all pretty much on target. It didn’t take…

by Deysi Cuevas Extra News De Colores restaurant opened in October of 2009 and its owners Sergio and Priscilla Reyes have a recipe book that spans generations. Sergio describes the menu as “different because we have a lot of…