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 Students promote literacy awareness
Students promote literacy awareness
Denver’s Florence Crittenton Services celebrated International Literacy Day in partnership with Bank of the West, a primary sponsor of the Raising a Reader program. International Literacy Day was celebrated on Sept. 8th to raise awareness and concern for literacy issues in the world. Since 2010, ....

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 7.8 million Latinos are expected to vote
7.8 million Latinos are expected to vote
With the Latino electorate expected to keep growing in the 2014 election and beyond, this week national Latino groups launched an online voter registration campaign to prove the power of the Latino vote. The campaign kick-off, coinciding with the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, urges Latinos to....

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 Cuatro Vientos: First new park in 30 years
Cuatro Vientos: First new park in 30 years
Denver City Councilman Paul D. López joined by the city’s Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver’s Park and Recreation along with over 500 residents and 20 volunteers from the Westwood neighborhood, celebrated the official opening of Cuatro Vientos/Four Winds Park on September 6th. Located along W....

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 Dear young people: We need you to lead 

Dear young people: We need you to lead
There was a moment a few years ago where the climate movement seemed to be re-invented every two years or so – re-invented in bolder, more audacious ways. I got involved in 2009 (late in the game by many measures) – as the social media coordinator for 350.org, in the lead up to the Copenhagen clim....

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Nowhere to hide from the cold
“Tata Dios. Tata Dios (Father God. Father God)” -- Felipe came to Nogales from northeast Guatemala. He doesn’t speak English. He barely scratches the surface of Spanish. Felipe is a Guatemalan boy who only speaks Mam. In the beginning of July, a few days before the United States celebrated anothe....
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‘Environmental community has to do more’
A new report finds that although people of color now account for more than a third of the U.S. population, they have not broken the 16 percent “green ceiling” in mainstream environmental organizations. These dismal numbers exist despite the fact that people of color support environmental protectio....
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‘Voters will be more vulnerable this November’
Just over a year after the Supreme Court ruled that the nation has made so much progress on voting rights that key legal protections are no longer needed, the National Commission on the Voting Rights (NCVR), a coalition of civil rights groups released a report documenting hundreds of voter discrim....
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Children caught between violence and lies
Susana (name changed to protect her identity) will have tried again to make the journey to the United States with her son Daniel, 16. Both left everything they had in El Salvador to escape because a gang threatened to kill the boy for refusing to be a gang member. 

 Daniel is one of ....
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‘Climate change is biggest challenge of lifetime’
UC Irvine undergraduates Tristan Lanza and Enrique Uribe have been catching the bus regularly from the college’s campus down to Newport Beach to knock on doors. Lanza, 21, noticed the first time they neared the coast right where flooding would likely begin. Back in UCI’s Engineering Tower, gradua....
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Organizing to protect migrants in México
“Nosotros decidimos entre todos hacer una caminata hasta Palenque.”/“All of us, together, have decided to walk to Palenque.” Approximately 50 miles separate Tenosique, Tabasco, from Palenque, Chiapas. By the end, the walk that started in Tenosique ended up all the way in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, on t....
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‘I was not the first, I won’t be the last’
From the moment I woke up, I realized there was something unusual about the morning. The sun wasn’t out, the birds weren’t singing, and instead of the school bus my dad would be taking me to school. I soon realized why that bus hadn’t come: walking to school my dad and I passed two white sheets ....
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Shift to high-tech jobs leaves Latinos behind
Job numbers are bouncing back to 2008 levels, but the recovery isn’t being felt evenly by everyone. While new jobs are being added to the rolls, many occupations remain in decline, leaving those with a high school degree or less struggling in the job market. According to Erin Currier, director of....
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Calling for an end of parental deportations
Faith leaders, community members, and immigrant allies from Colorado held a press conference this week to announce the official kick-off of the "Keep Families Together: A People's Resolution" campaign. The campaign calls upon President Obama and Congress to immediately cease all deportations of pa....
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Common Core: Latino students outperform
In the last school day before Mother’s Day, 8-year-old Frankie Munthe was eager to share his interpretation of “Mother to Son,” with his classmates. He explained that it’s about “roadblocks,” referring to the poem’s first line: “Well, son, I’ll tell you. Life for me ain’t been no crystal stair. It....
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A shining star deserving of her twinkle
During this busy season of graduations and the sea of graduates that emerge, one exceptional graduate has managed to shine brighter than the rest. Sade Dickson, a recent honors graduate of Colorado’s La Academia private school, a component of the Denver Inner City Parish, has proven to be a stun....
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