• Cómo California se puso dura con las armas

    Ben Christopher CalMatters El moderno debate sobre las armas estadounidenses comenzó el 2 de mayo de 1967, cuando 30 miembros del Partido Pantera Negra que protestaban marcharon hacia el Capitolio de California con pistolas, escopetas y rifles cargados. Cuando las fotos de radicales armados de Oakland aparecieron en las...
  • COVID-19: Getting Back to Normal Brings New Anxieties

    SEATTLE — May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and as life returns to normal, many people are coming down from more than a year of anxiety. A Census Bureau survey found symptoms of anxiety or depression had increased among adults from 11% in 2019 to 41% in 2021. Dr. Mabel Bongmba, adult...
  • COVID-19: Volver a la normalidad trae nuevas ansiedades

    SEATTLE, Wash. – Mayo es el Mes de Concientización sobre la Salud Mental, y a medida que la vida vuelve a la normalidad, muchas personas están saliendo de más de un ano de ansiedad. Una encuesta de la Oficina del Censo encontró que los síntomas de ansiedad o depresión han aumentado entre...
  • Newsom propone una expansión de $7 mil millones en Internet de banda ancha

    El gobernador Gavin Newsom está lanzando una expansión de banda ancha de tres años y $7 mil millones para que los hogares de California se conecten a Internet de alta velocidad. “Hagamos esto de una vez por todas, para que ninguna administración futura hable del flagelo de la brecha...
  • Newsom proposes $7 billion expansion in broadband internet

    Gov. Gavin Newsom is pitching a three-year, $7 billion broadband expansion to get California households connected to high-speed internet. “Let’s get this done once and for all, so that no future administration is talking about the scourge of the digital divide,” Newsom said Friday as part of California’s $100 billion...
  • Organizaciones sin fines de lucro lideradas por Afroamericanos apoyan a comunidades de NC durante pandemia

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Organizaciones sin fines de lucro lideradas por negros en Winston-Salem están trabajando para ayudar a los residentes con la escasez de alimentos, el acceso a Internet y otros problemas agravados por la pandemia. El reverendo Willard Bass es codirector de la cooperativa SHARE Cooperative, una organización que...
  • Black-Led Nonprofits Supporting NC Communities During Pandemic

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Black-led nonprofits in Winston-Salem are working to help residents with food scarcity, internet access and other issues exacerbated by the pandemic. Rev. Willard Bass, executive director of the Institute for Dismantling Racism, and co-founder and co-director of the SHARE Cooperative, an organization which runs a food co-op...
  • A ‘Thank You’ to the Leadership against COVID-19

    I Parminder Singh would really like to thank the American president JOE BIDEN for all the initiative that he actually took for the prosperity of the American population during the pandemic “covid-19” and also Pledged to provide full support for the emergency assistance and health equipment in the fight...
  • Lawmakers Consider Food Assistance for Undocumented Californians

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – On May 11th lawmakers in Sacramento considered funding for a bill to open up the state food assistance program to all needy Californians, regardless of their immigration status. The Senate Budget Subcommittee on Health and Human Services will decide whether to approve funds for the “Food4All”...

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