El Creciente Poder del Voto Latino

Los latinos se encuentran entre el grupo demográfico de mayor crecimiento en los Estados Unidos. En California, los latinos superan en número a los blancos (14,99 millones de latinos a 14,92 millones de blancos) a partir de julio de 2015. Se estima que para el año 2050, los latinos representaran el 28 por ciento de la población de EE.UU.. El creciente demográfico latino lleva a la pregunta: ¿qué poder político tendrán los latinos en el año 2016?

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Prop. 47 Can Turn 2016 into the ‘Year of Mercy’

Pope Francis has declared 2016 the “Year of Mercy,” and that could not be more true for hundreds of people across California who are being redeemed by Prop 47. I’m not Catholic, but I am a man of faith who subscribes to the Gospel teachings of liberty and freedom from oppression.

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New Initiative Re-Imagines Public Education

The “What’s Possible for WCC Kids” initiative aims to brings together parents and other community stakeholders to envision what an excellent public education looks like, and what steps are needed to turn that vision into a reality.

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Social Media Connected to Lack of Sleep, Depression

New research by the University of Pittsburgh shows a strong connection between social media use, irregular sleep patterns and depression. The study, which focused on the sleeping and social media habits of almost 1,800 adults between the ages of 19 and 32, found that the more people use social media, the bigger the chance they’ll have significant sleep disruption.

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Making the Needle Move: The Birth of the UNCF Telethon

During its heyday (1980 – 1993), the United Negro College Fund’s Lou Rawls Parade of Stars was the largest African American special event in the United States held on one day. It forever changed African American philanthropy and how African Americans are perceived as donors, volunteers and fundraising leaders.

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