October 29, 2019

The Internet marks 50 years old. While there are critics who lament the use of the byproducts of the internet, namely social media, there’s no denying that it’s been a godsend for grassroots organizing among human rights groups and activists. And also, because of the speedy dissemination of news like: What’s happening with the largest migrant children’s shelter; Or what kind of experiment Texas immigration officials are conducting; Or what is the one liquid that helps children multitask; And finally, What trailblazer did Colombians in Bogota just elect as their mayor. Follow the links to get the full stories…

Largest migrant children’s shelter to shutter at end of November

Administration Extends Temporary Protected Status To Many Salvadorans In U.S.

Immigration Officials Experiment in Texas With a Plan to Speed up Asylum Decisions

American culture may explain opioid use among immigrants

‘Home of Hispanic Cultures’ to Open in Los Angeles

Drinking more water improves multitasking ability in children, study finds

Vaccine shows promise for preventing active TB disease

New Podcast Listening App SPKR Introduces Curated Podcast Singles

Bogota, Colombia’s capital, elects first woman and lesbian mayor

Why Bolivia is the next food hotspot

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