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    A Long Beach Muslim's Response to Paris Attack

    Nov 20, 2015

    Bilal Zaheen

    After Paris, Muslims are left to ponder their fate in the days, months, and years to come? There are so many things wrong with this question that one article cannot do justice. The crux of the issue, however, is ignorance.
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    A Long Beach Muslim's Response to Paris Attack

    Nov 20, 2015

    Bilal Zaheen

    After Paris, Muslims are left to ponder their fate in the days, months, and years to come? There are so many things wrong with this question that one article cannot do justice. The crux of the issue, however, is ignorance.
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    Central Valley Youth Say Pope's Message 'Already Having an Impact'

    Sep 25, 2015

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    Today’s Catholic heart of America lies in the West, in places like California’s Central Valley, where a fast rising immigrant – and largely Latino – population is filling church pews to the brim. YouthWire asked its youth reporters to weigh in on some of the Pope’s positions, and what his message might mean for their communities.
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    Central Valley Youth Say Pope's Message 'Already Having an Impact'

    Sep 25, 2015

    Various

    Today’s Catholic heart of America lies in the West, in places like California’s Central Valley, where a fast rising immigrant – and largely Latino – population is filling church pews to the brim. YouthWire asked its youth reporters to weigh in on some of the Pope’s positions, and what his message might mean for their communities.
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  • richmond Culture

    Will My Family Benefit from the New Richmond?

    Jul 28, 2015

    Keisa Reynolds

    Today the Richmond I wanted as a youngin’ is arriving. There will be more parks. There will be cleaner streets. There will be a bigger library. There will be better schools, with books and healthier lunches. There will be more businesses and jobs available. There will be more pride than shame in being from Richmond. But the question is, will my ...
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    Will My Family Benefit from the New Richmond?

    Jul 28, 2015

    Keisa Reynolds

    Today the Richmond I wanted as a youngin’ is arriving. There will be more parks. There will be cleaner streets. There will be a bigger library. There will be better schools, with books and healthier lunches. There will be more businesses and jobs available. There will be more pride than shame in being from Richmond. But the question is, will my ...
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    The Dinner Table: The Classroom On Privilege and Racism for White Families Across America

    Jul 23, 2015

    Andrew Bigelow

    MTV recently premiered Jose Antonio Vargas' show, "White People" exploring white people and white privilege across America. The dinner table was an ongoing theme. Writer Andrew Bigelow weighs in on why it is at the dinner table where the conversations of learning and discomfort must happen with families like his across America.
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    The Dinner Table: The Classroom On Privilege and Racism for White Families Across America

    Jul 23, 2015

    Andrew Bigelow

    MTV recently premiered Jose Antonio Vargas' show, "White People" exploring white people and white privilege across America. The dinner table was an ongoing theme. Writer Andrew Bigelow weighs in on why it is at the dinner table where the conversations of learning and discomfort must happen with families like his across America.
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  • diversity Culture

    How I Traveled The World Without Leaving Long Beach

    Jul 17, 2015

    Cindy Maldonado

    When Long Beach was again named one of the most diverse cities in the nation, I asked myself “Can I see the world without stepping a foot outside of the city?” My curiosity led me on a continent-hopping journey that required no suitcase or long flights. <br/>
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    How I Traveled The World Without Leaving Long Beach

    Jul 17, 2015

    Cindy Maldonado

    When Long Beach was again named one of the most diverse cities in the nation, I asked myself “Can I see the world without stepping a foot outside of the city?” My curiosity led me on a continent-hopping journey that required no suitcase or long flights. <br/>
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    Long Beach's Red Car, Last of Great American Electric Rail, in Jeopardy

    Jun 22, 2015

    Ivan Adame

    A beloved symbol of the Long Beach waterfront may fall victim to new development.
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    Long Beach's Red Car, Last of Great American Electric Rail, in Jeopardy

    Jun 22, 2015

    Ivan Adame

    A beloved symbol of the Long Beach waterfront may fall victim to new development.
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    What You Should Know About Long Beach Wiccans

    Jun 09, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Roman Reichert, a tall 22-year-old student, roams the Long Beach City College campus in his green hoodie and jeans. He blends in with all the other students until you ask him to introduce himself.
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    What You Should Know About Long Beach Wiccans

    Jun 09, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Roman Reichert, a tall 22-year-old student, roams the Long Beach City College campus in his green hoodie and jeans. He blends in with all the other students until you ask him to introduce himself.
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    The Technology of Teen Life

    May 24, 2015

    Ronvel Sharper and Brianna Ferrell

    More than 90% of teens report going online daily via smart phones, with about one in four online “almost constantly”, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. Richmond Pulse asked two local teenagers to share the roles that their phones and social media play in their lives.
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    The Technology of Teen Life

    May 24, 2015

    Ronvel Sharper and Brianna Ferrell

    More than 90% of teens report going online daily via smart phones, with about one in four online “almost constantly”, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. Richmond Pulse asked two local teenagers to share the roles that their phones and social media play in their lives.
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    Redemption means Forgiveness: an Interview With Paul S. Flores

    Apr 17, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez

    Playwright Paul S. Flores talks to We'ced Youth Media about his work Placas, which tells the story of an ex-gang member reconnecting with his teenage son. Placas opened in the historic Merced theater with two showings,and was followed by a community discussion on violence, justice, and police relations in Merced.
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    Redemption means Forgiveness: an Interview With Paul S. Flores

    Apr 17, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez

    Playwright Paul S. Flores talks to We'ced Youth Media about his work Placas, which tells the story of an ex-gang member reconnecting with his teenage son. Placas opened in the historic Merced theater with two showings,and was followed by a community discussion on violence, justice, and police relations in Merced.
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    Long Beach Muslims Fear Growing Prejudice

    Apr 06, 2015

    Amelia Benevente & Michael Lozano

    By 2050, the number of Muslims will equal the number of Christians around the world, according to a study released by Pew Research Center on Thursday. But with heavy media coverage of the rise of ISIS and the recent shooting at the Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo, many Muslims feel that public and media sentiment against their religion in the U.S. ...
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    Long Beach Muslims Fear Growing Prejudice

    Apr 06, 2015

    Amelia Benevente & Michael Lozano

    By 2050, the number of Muslims will equal the number of Christians around the world, according to a study released by Pew Research Center on Thursday. But with heavy media coverage of the rise of ISIS and the recent shooting at the Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo, many Muslims feel that public and media sentiment against their religion in the U.S. ...
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  • long-beach-native-american Culture

    Long Beach Native Americans Outraged By Sainthood Of Junipero Serra

    Feb 26, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Junipero Serra founded the first California mission in 1769, forever changing the histories of Native American people. Six years after he founded the San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission in San Diego, 800 Natives stormed the mission and set it on fire. And now, in 2015, the fight still isn’t over.
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    Long Beach Native Americans Outraged By Sainthood Of Junipero Serra

    Feb 26, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Junipero Serra founded the first California mission in 1769, forever changing the histories of Native American people. Six years after he founded the San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission in San Diego, 800 Natives stormed the mission and set it on fire. And now, in 2015, the fight still isn’t over.
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