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    Should Schools Be Allowed to Keep Redskin Mascots?

    Sep 22, 2015

    We’Ced Youth Media Reporters

    The California Racial Mascot Act would ban the use of “Redskin” as a school mascot name. Youth reporters ask, is a mascot just a mascot?
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    Should Schools Be Allowed to Keep Redskin Mascots?

    Sep 22, 2015

    We’Ced Youth Media Reporters

    The California Racial Mascot Act would ban the use of “Redskin” as a school mascot name. Youth reporters ask, is a mascot just a mascot?
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    Refusing to Remain Silent on Racial Profiling

    Sep 21, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez

    As a mother to a Latina daughter, I cannot let her live in a world where people get killed because of the color of their skin. I do not want her to live in fear knowing that a police officer can take her life for no reason at all.
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    Refusing to Remain Silent on Racial Profiling

    Sep 21, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez

    As a mother to a Latina daughter, I cannot let her live in a world where people get killed because of the color of their skin. I do not want her to live in fear knowing that a police officer can take her life for no reason at all.
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    National Night Out Brings Richmond Police, Community Together

    Aug 07, 2015

    Ann Bassette

    Hundreds of Richmond residents came together to join communities around the country in celebrating National Night Out — a program that promotes neighborhood spirit and better police-community relations.
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    National Night Out Brings Richmond Police, Community Together

    Aug 07, 2015

    Ann Bassette

    Hundreds of Richmond residents came together to join communities around the country in celebrating National Night Out — a program that promotes neighborhood spirit and better police-community relations.
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    Merced Youth React to Gun Control and Charleston

    Jul 07, 2015

    We’Ced Youth Media Reporters

    We’Ced youth journalists recently discussed the massacre at the Charleston church, and while many expressed outrage at the actions of the shooter, the conversation soon began to circle around another issue: gun control.
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    Merced Youth React to Gun Control and Charleston

    Jul 07, 2015

    We’Ced Youth Media Reporters

    We’Ced youth journalists recently discussed the massacre at the Charleston church, and while many expressed outrage at the actions of the shooter, the conversation soon began to circle around another issue: gun control.
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    Donald Trump: " You´re Fired!"

    Jun 27, 2015

    Randy Villegas

    The Mexican Americans that chose to come to the United States to seek a better life for themselves and their families are among the best. Why? Because they are courageous, they sacrifice so much for their families and to provide for our American communities.
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    Donald Trump: " You´re Fired!"

    Jun 27, 2015

    Randy Villegas

    The Mexican Americans that chose to come to the United States to seek a better life for themselves and their families are among the best. Why? Because they are courageous, they sacrifice so much for their families and to provide for our American communities.
    Continue to South Kern Sol
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    Merced youth advocate during state capitol visit

    Apr 17, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez

    A group of 13 Merced youth, ranging from ages 12 to 24, visited the State Capitol to bring attention to issues plaguing their community such as education, health care accessibility and violence.
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    Merced youth advocate during state capitol visit

    Apr 17, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez

    A group of 13 Merced youth, ranging from ages 12 to 24, visited the State Capitol to bring attention to issues plaguing their community such as education, health care accessibility and violence.
    Continue to We'Ced
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    Campaign Lessons – Getting the Vote Out in Long Beach

    Jan 13, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Across the board, campaign managers say that nothing beats door-to-door contact with voters. But it’s impossible to knock on every home in the city, so the chances are, voters will only get a knock if their home is located in a strategically targeted area.
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    Campaign Lessons – Getting the Vote Out in Long Beach

    Jan 13, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Across the board, campaign managers say that nothing beats door-to-door contact with voters. But it’s impossible to knock on every home in the city, so the chances are, voters will only get a knock if their home is located in a strategically targeted area.
    Continue to Long Beach Voicewaves