REC ROUTE to Offer Free Transportation for Desert Mirage Students

May 21, 2016 / By

[Translate] By: Paulina Rojas THERMAL, Calif. — As soon as this summer students at Desert Mirage High School will no longer have to worry about transportation to some of their favorite after school activities.

My Worst Nightmare Was Missing the Bus

May 21, 2016 / By

[Translate] By Jonathan Gonzalez If I wanted to get to work on time, I knew I needed to get out of bed before dawn in order to catch a bus that took a good hour and a half to get me to work.

Fifth Annual ‘HUE Fest’ Celebrates Local Art and Activism

May 2, 2016 / By

[Translate] Above: San Diego based band Viri y Los Bandidos got festival goers pumped up early in the day.

“Projections” Showcases Community Art in North Shore

November 25, 2015 / By
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[Translate] By Karla Martinez North Shore, Calif. —For one night, bright colors washed over the remains of old abandoned buildings in North Shore giving them new life.

Napolitano to Gov. Brown — ‘What Went Down Must Come Up’

April 17, 2015 / By

[Translate] [vimeo]https://vimeo.com/125158982[/vimeo] New America Media, Video, Peter Schurmann, Posted: Apr 16, 2015 Ed. Note: UC President Janet Napolitano is locked is a battle with California Gov.

Lideres Campesinas: Fighting for Farmworker Women

March 28, 2015 / By
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[Translate] AMBER AMAYA / Coachella Unincorporated  Editor’s Note: For the past 27 years, Lideres Campesinas, a nonprofit organization based in Oxnard, Calif.,