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  • “Tele-Town Hall” urges participation in the 2020 Census during the closure due to COVID-19

    “Tele-Town Hall” urges participation in the 2020 Census during the closure due to COVID-19

    Completing the Census takes less than 10 minutes online or by phone   by El Reportero‘s cable services   SANTA CLARA – Univision, Santa Clara County, and San Mateo County conducted a Tele-Town Hall in Spanish to urge participation in the 2020 Census and answer questions from community members. County Executive Deputy David Campos de

  • Judge denies request trying to block California aid to undocumented immigrants

    Judge denies request trying to block California aid to undocumented immigrants

    by the El Reportero‘s wire services   Migrant Connection – May 6, 2020 – A judge denied two taxpayers’ request to block California governor’s $ 75 million aid to undocumented immigrants “The defendants intend to illegally spend 79.8 million of taxpayer funds,” according to court documents. The plaintiffs said they would suffer “substantial and irreparable

  • Leaders say without census data we’re invisible and disenfranchised

    Leaders say without census data we’re invisible and disenfranchised

    by Julian Do Ethnic Media Services   LOS ANGELES –  For generations, millions of Americans whose roots lie in the Middle East and North Africa — MENA — have essentially become invisible people because the Census Bureau has denied requests for their own racial category. “Legally, in America, I’m classified as white,” says Dr. Hamoud

  • U.S. pushes to keep plants operating – wildcat strikes in border plants over covid-19 threat

    U.S. pushes to keep plants operating – wildcat strikes in border plants over covid-19 threat

    by Kent Ian Paterson Ethnic Media Services and Americas.org   Editor’s Note: Kent Paterson is a veteran reporter on U.S.-Mexico border issues. This article appeared first in Americas.org   Wildcat strikes by assembly plant workers concerned about their health and their futures rippled across Mexico as the Covid-19 coronavirus began walloping the country. Mexican media

  • Why haven’t I gotten my stimulus check? 6 reasons your payment might be a no-show

    Why haven’t I gotten my stimulus check? 6 reasons your payment might be a no-show

    by Andrew Keshner   Nearly 90 million people have received their stimulus payments, the IRS says — here’s why you could still be waiting The IRS started cutting stimulus checks in mid-April, and it’s already gotten money to nearly 90 million people. That’s good news for everyone who’s received the payments and now has $1,200

  • Despite doubts, Mexico to administer hydroxychloroquine to 20,000

    Despite doubts, Mexico to administer hydroxychloroquine to 20,000

    Outpatients will be given low to medium doses for a maximum of seven days   by Mexico News Daily   MEXICO, May 23, 2020 –  The federal Health Ministry will use the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to treat 20,000 Covid-19 outpatients despite doubts about its efficacy and the risk of it causing an irregular heartbeat and

  • Richard Gere, 70, and wife Alejandra Silva, 37, welcome baby No. 2

    Richard Gere, 70, and wife Alejandra Silva, 37, welcome baby No. 2

    by Nicholas Hautman Apr 23rd 2020   It’s a boy! Richard Tiffany Gere and his wife, Alejandra Silva, welcomed their second child together, ¡Hola! magazine reports. The activist, 37, recently gave birth at the couple’s ranch in Pound Ridge, New York, according to the magazine. The news comes just 14 months after the actor, 70,

  • Fake news from mainstream media: 10 basic forms

    Fake news from mainstream media: 10 basic forms

    by Jon Rappoport   The basic purpose of these 10 forms is the presentation of a false picture of reality.  You could find more forms, or divide these 10 into sub-categories.   The ten basic forms are:   * Direct lying about matters of fact. * Leaving out vital information. * Limited hangout. (This is

  • Playwright Willebaldo López dies

    Playwright Willebaldo López dies

    He was also an actor, director, teacher and screenwriter. Among his works are Corona de sangre and La Llorona   by the El Reportero‘s news services   The official account of Theaters in Mexico City today lamented the sensitive death of the Mexican playwright Willebaldo López Guzmán (1944-2020). Likewise, he acknowledged that he was an