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Taking the fracking fight to big oil
Rosanna Esparza reaches over to hug one of the women she interviewed for the Lost Hills health survey.

Taking the fracking fight to big oil
Rosanna Esparza parks her Prius in a sea of pickups. Across the street a makeshift flagpole has been erected in a truck bed to hoist Old Glory above the palm trees. We’re in Taft, California; a town built on one of the largest oil fields in the country. It’s a fitting place for the local petroleum industry to hold an “appreciation rally” for itself. At the front door of an auditorium inside the walled compound of the Taft Fort a few police officers question us. “We’re here to show our ...

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Effective Latino outreach crucial to success of ACA
Effective Latino outreach crucial to success of ACA
camara A briefing held this week by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) addressed the opportunities and challenges that Latinos face nationwide in enrolling in or renewing health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). NCLR experts reported that bilingual materials, the availability of ...
Immigrant veterans honored for their choices
By President Barack Obama
Immigrant veterans honored for their choices By President Barack Obama
camara Each of you has traveled a long journey to this moment -- journeys that began in places like Jamaica and Germany, China and Guatemala. And yet somehow -- either because your parents brought you here as children, or because you made the choice yourselves as adults -- you ended up here, in ...
Mile High City celebrates Muertos tradition 
Mile High City celebrates Muertos tradition
camara Denver celebrates Día de los Muertos with family-friendly, spooky fun throughout the city. “Día de los Muertos”, or the “Day of the Dead”, is celebrated around the world and particularly in Mexico, where it is a national holiday. The celebration takes place on October 31, November 1 and November ...
Álvarez believed that words have power

Álvarez believed that words have power
camara Every year on October 2 thousands of Mexican students pour into the streets of México City, marching from Tlatelolco (the Plaza of Three Cultures) through the historic city center downtown, to the main plaza, the Zócalo. They're remembering the hundreds of students who were gunned down by their ...
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