Coachella Unincorporated

Posts by Coachella Unincorporated:

14 Back-to-School Self Care Tips

August 9, 2017 / By
Tags: , , , ,

[Translate]   By Juliana Taboada With school starting so soon, I feel that as students it’s very easy for us to forget the importance of prioritizing our well being.

Q&A: Congressman Raul Ruiz Reacts to Trumpcare

August 8, 2017 / By
Tags: , , ,

[Translate] Editor’s Note: Last month, Senate Republicans ultimately voted to reject a proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as ‘Obamacare.’

Young Dancers Keep Traditional Folk Dances Alive

July 31, 2017 / By
Tags: , , , ,

[Translate] By Paulina Rojas COACHELLA, Calif. — On a warm summer night the sound of shoes clacking on the floor radiated from the clubhouse at Las Palmeras Estates, a group of low-income housing units in Coachella.

Q&A: Purépecha Artist Uses Music to Push Boundaries and Preserve Tradition

June 24, 2017 / By
Tags: , ,

[Translate] By Paulina Rojas Editor’s note: Alma Ochoa is a Purépecha musician based out of the Eastern Coachella Valley.

Heatproof Makeup Tips for Summer

June 18, 2017 / By

[Translate] By Paulina Rojas Summer is finally upon us and that means every makeup lover is asking themselves the same question, “How do I make my makeup last longer?”

Fighting for My Community, One Video at a Time

June 18, 2017 / By

[Translate] By Berania Barraza Editor’s Note: Coachella Uninc. youth reporter, Berania Barraza uses media to uplift stories from her community, the Eastern Coachella Valley.

P&R: La Travesía de Una Madre Inmigrante

June 18, 2017 / By

[Translate] Por Guadalupe Sandoval Nota del Autor: Todos estamos conscientes del peligro que los inmigrantes enfrentan al cruzar la frontera para venir a los Estados Unidos.

The Tough Road to Finding My Strength

June 18, 2017 / By

[Translate] By Luis Ceja Abrica I’ve felt grief. I’ve felt hatred. And I’ve felt self-doubt. I’m only 18 but I feel like I’ve already gone through the hardest part of my life.

In This Desert Nobody Is a Stranger

June 18, 2017 / By

[Translate] By: Guadalupe Sandoval It’s 4:30 a.m. and I wake up to my little sister’s nudging.