April 16, 2020

Even as the death rate from the coronavirus reaches new milestones, and many small business owners discovering they’ve been out maneuvered by big companies, with armies of lawyers, for a slice from any federal bailout, Trump’s administration has been steadfast in their persecution of undocumented immigrants. Thankfully, California is showing the kind of compassion that should be emulated across the country; One official accuses Trump admin of committing the most dangerous kind of export in these COVID-19 times; Having trouble applying for unemployment? There’s an app for that!; and How about a face mask from a group known more for their indigenous art? Go beyond the headlines…

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