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February 27, 2015

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San Diego Lowriders Go Global

By Alberto López Pulido

On March 8, 2015 – San Diego Lowriders will participate in the Classic Legends Lowrider and Kustom Car Show in Port Messe Nagoya, Japan.

Billed as one of the largest indoor Car Show venue in the world, Amigos San Diego Car Club, the oldest active Lowrider Car Club in San Diego County, in addition to The Worldwide Tribal Clique and Ranflista is proud to send a delegation of close to thirty San Diego representatives.

“For us, it is an honor to be included as part of this venue, and we look forward to exploring and understanding the reasons as to the attraction to our culture,” say Amigos’ President Ray Ulloa. A 1936 Dodge by the name of Cimarrón owned by Club member Rafael Palacios, and a Harley Davidson Deluxe (“El Revolucionario”) owned by Rick Raa Alvarez of Ranflista will accompany the group representing the San Diego Lowrider Community.

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March 4, 2015

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Club Tijuna Beats Leones Negros 2-0

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Xoloitzcuintles wins Group 3, finish as No. 1 seed in overall standings, clinch spot in quarterfinals TIJUANA– (March 3, 2015) Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles clinched a spot in the Copa MX quarterfinals with a 2-0 win against visiting Leones Negros Tuesday night at Estadio Caliente. Henry Martin and Amando Moreno scored for the Xoloitzcuintles in the […]

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March 3, 2015

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FREE 9th Annual ARE Statewide Conference ​~ Public Education, NOT Privatization! 

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Saturday, March 7, 2015 Lincoln High School 8:00 am – 3:00 pm This free conference is open to educators, counselors, students, para-educators, parents, community members, and community/labor organizers! Please join us in this critical struggle to learn, grow, and organize! REGISTER TODAY!    The Association of Raza Educators believes that we must educate our ourselves […]

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February 27, 2015

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San Diegans will march in favor of Ayotzinapa

By Pablo J. Sáinz Although the small town of Ayotzinapa is thousands of miles away from San Diego, residents of the county must be aware and support the cause of the 43 dissapeared Mexican students’ families, according to a local activist. “San Diego should cares about Ayotzinapa,” said Elena Marques, co-organizer and co-coordinator of the […]

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February 27, 2015

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San Diego marchará a favor de Ayotzinapa

Por Pablo J. Sáinz Aunque el pequeño pueblo de Ayotzinapa está a miles de millas de distancia de San Diego, los residentes del condado deben ser conscientes y apoyar la causa de los familiares de los 43 estudiantes mexicanos desaparecidos, según una activista local. ”San Diego debe preocuparse por Ayotzinapa”, dijo Elena Marques, co-organizadora y […]

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February 27, 2015

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Compromete Vida y Juventud al Servicio del Arte y la Cultura

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“Victoria Zepeda Sotelo realiza encomiable labor” Por Paco Zavala Victoria Zepeda Sotelo es una joven tijuanense que desde muy temprana edad sabía y ha dedicado gran parte de su vida al compromiso de dedicarla a impulsar el arte y la cultura. Para realizar sus deseos encaminados a este fín, se afilió al grupo de colaboradores […]

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February 20, 2015

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Sparta55: el reto que transforma tu vida

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Por Citlalli Rodríguez Hablar de hábitos saludables y un estilo de vida activo resulta fácil, lo complicado es llevarlo a la práctica todos los días; con el objetivo de facilitar este proceso de transformación surge Sparta55, un sistema que llegó a Chula Vista hace poco más de un año para transformar decenas de vidas con […]

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March 2, 2015

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Education by the Numbers

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  Microsoft Global Programs: Partners in Learning: Learn more about Microsoft’s global education program that has reached more than 192 million students, educators, and schools to enhace the role of technology in learning. Via: SchoolMatters Bakersfield Personal Injury

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February 27, 2015

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The Missing Faces of February

By Kent Paterson Frontera NorteSur Martha Cecilia Gomez was visibly shaken as she pleaded for the whereabouts of her daughter. According to the Mexican mother, her 16-year-old daughter Paola Yaneth Alvarez left the family home in the central Mexican state of Aguascalientes the morning of February 1 to go shopping for pork rinds and never […]

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February 27, 2015

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L.A. Times Photographer Documents New ‘Harvest of Shame’ in Mexico

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By Mark R. Day When Los Angeles Times photojournalist Don Barletti lectures on his work, there is a deep passion in his voice, and he pays careful attention to the details in each of his photographs. Bartletti spoke to a packed audience of students and faculty on Feb. 24 at Cal State San Marcos’ Student […]

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February 27, 2015

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Campaign helps community organization help others

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By Pablo J. Sáinz A non-profit organization that offers a variety of social services in some of San Diego’s underserved communities has launched its annual individual giving campaign. The “I Have a Voice” campaign is Alliance San Diego’s fundraiser where the organization invites San Diegans to become partners in change by making a contribution. “Contributions […]

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February 27, 2015

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Campaña ayuda a organización comunitaria a ayudar a otros

Por Pablo J. Sáinz Una organización sin fines de lucro que ofrece una variedad de servicios sociales en algunas de las comunidades más pobres de San Diego ha lanzado su campaña anual de recaudación de fondos. La campaña I Have a Voice es la recaudación de fondos de Alliance San Diego en la que la […]

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February 27, 2015

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“Biliteracy is truly a gift”: CABE conference 2015

By Pablo J. Sáinz California’s largest association of bilingual educators will hold its annual conference in San Diego, and organizers want Latino parents to know there’s a lot for them during the event. The California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) conference will take place from March 4th through the 7th at the Town and Country […]

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February 27, 2015

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“Ser bilingüe es en verdad un regalo”

Por Pablo J. Sáinz La asociación de educadores bilingües más grande de California tendrá su conferencia anual en San Diego y los organizadores quieren que los padres latinos sepan que hay mucho para ellos durante el evento. La conferencia de la California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) tendrá lugar del 4 al 7 de marzo […]

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February 27, 2015

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Southwestern College Strengthens Cross-border Connections

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The Southwestern College Governing Board approved two memoranda of understanding (MOUs) Wednesday with two Tijuana-based universities to foster a mutually beneficial cross-border educational pathway for students. The agreements with Centro de Enseñanza Técnica Y Superior Universidad, México (CETYS) and Universidad Tecnológica de Tijuana, México (UTT) hope to create and expand cross-border programs to meet the […]

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February 27, 2015

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One more opinion on the Chargers’ stadium!

Editorial: The talk of the town is all about the San Diego Chargers. Will they move? Will there be a new stadium? How will a new stadium be paid for? Everyone seems to have an opinion and so we decided to add our opinion to the conversation. No matter what, the Chargers will always be […]

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February 27, 2015

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Anti-Mexican Roger Hedgecock’s National Radio Program Ends!

“29 Years of Racist Diatribe to be continued in San Diego” By Herman Baca President, Committee on Chicano Rights News reports that hate talk show mouth piece Roger Hedgecock aka ‘‘Hedgecrook’’, head of San County’s white supremacist extreme right wing has announced after 29 years of making millions of dollars that, “He will stop hosting […]

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February 27, 2015

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Maria represents the best of America — but Republicans would rather see her go

Commentary: By Gabe Ortiz Funding for the Department of Homeland Security runs out tomorrow, yet Congressional Republicans are determined to continue playing with our nation’s security at the expense of millions of immigrant families. Everyone knows that a clean DHS bill will eventually be passed, but Republicans have instead pushed for a bill with riders […]

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February 27, 2015

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It’s Ain’t Screwy Voting Districts Killing Latino Political Power in OC; It’s the Democratic Party

Commentary: By Gustavo Arellano Orange County, California — Over the past two weeks, much has been written about how former supervisor/state senator/state assemblymember/Lou Sheldon bitch Lou Correa lost the First Supervisorial District race to former Garden Grove councilmember Andrew Do. Coming a couple of months after a disastrous 2014 Election Day that saw Sharon Quirk-Silva […]

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February 27, 2015

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Inmigración: El bulevar de los sueños rotos

Comentario: Por Maribel Hastings Mientras se discuten demandas, fallos, apelaciones, reveses legales y probabilidades en torno al futuro de las bloqueadas acciones ejecutivas migratorias, la otra historia es el efecto sobre los millones de inmigrantes que estaban listos para solicitar el amparo y quedaron con sus esperanzas rotas a horas de que se abriera el […]

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February 27, 2015

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¿Amor a la patria o jacobinos?

Comentario: Por Humberto Caspa, Ph.D. La corriente Jacobina, que nació durante la Revolución Francesa, se distinguió por su postura ultra-revolucionaria, ultra-patriótica y ultra-republicana. En ese periodo, los jacobinos eran los radicales de la izquierda, los enemigos del clero, los antagonistas de las castas sociales y los adversarios del rey y la aristocracia. Si hoy tuviéramos […]

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