Monday - Nov 19, 2018
  • Teachers in training reject English in favor of indigenous languages

    Teachers in training reject English in favor of indigenous languages

    Students at 11 Oaxaca colleges say they will put up a fight by Mexico News Daily The school year isn’t three days old and teachers in Oaxaca, Mexico, are going on strike again, this time to protest a requirement that teachers in training must now study English. The Oaxaca local of the CNTE teachers’ union

  • Costa Rica continues to condemn xenophobic acts against Nicaraguans

    Costa Rica continues to condemn xenophobic acts against Nicaraguans

    by the El Reportero’s wire services    The Costa Rican Union of Chambers and Associations of the Private Business Sector ( UCCAEP) has condemned today the xenophobic acts, hate speeches and insults of a group of people from Costa Rica against Nicaraguan migrants.     The business sector will never be in favor of acts of xenophobia and hatred

  • Benefit for Meals on Wheels San Francisco, and AIDS Legal Referral Pane

    Benefit for Meals on Wheels San Francisco, and AIDS Legal Referral Pane

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff      HELP IS ON THE WAY 24 – Concert and Gala, celebrating music, legends & icons    The concert benefits HIV/AIDS and hunger programs. It’s an elegant evening of wonderful music, delicious food and beverages tastings and, most of all, fun.     “Help is on the Way” is Northern California’s largest annual benefit Leanne Borghesi, Eileen Bourgade, Carole Cook, Davis Gaines, Debby

  • Chile honors Lucho Gatica for his 90 years old

    Chile honors Lucho Gatica for his 90 years old

    por los  servicios de noticias de El  Reportero    Luis Enrique Gatica Silva acaba de cumplir 90 años y ese nombre dice poco, los amantes del bolero y la balada tienen este cantante chileno conocido como Lucho Gatica entre los mejores.     “Mi padre es amado en Cuba, España, Brasil, México y en muchos otros

  • Powerful Mexican federal delegates to ensure state funding goes where it’s intended

    Powerful Mexican federal delegates to ensure state funding goes where it’s intended

    El dinero irá directamente a la gente en lugar de a los bolsillos de los gobernadores       por  Mexico News Daily      Reemplazarán a una gran cantidad de funcionarios que cada secretaría federal emplea actualmente para distribuir fondos del gobierno y servir de enlace con las autoridades estatales.    Los delegados serán coordinados

  • What was the life of this guest worker worth?

    What was the life of this guest worker worth?

    por David Bacon    Mientras que las agencias del estado de Washington reducen el salario de los trabajadores del campo y encuentran a los empleadores sin fallas por una muerte en el campo, Trump y los republicanos del Congreso respaldan las propuestas para convertir el trabajo agrícola en servidumbre permanente contratada.    El domingo 5

  • A spirit fable: the moon, the mother, and the dog

    A spirit fable: the moon, the mother, and the dog

    por Jon Rappoport    Hace unos días, me desperté con el pensamiento muy claro, como si hubiera sido plantado en mi cabeza, que todo lo que experimento es producto de mi propia imaginación.  Esto, lo he aprendido desde entonces, es una enseñanza de la antigua Hermetic School of Philosophy.  En cualquier caso, decidí llevar a

  • Victory to protect immigrant children abused or neglected in home country

    Victory to protect immigrant children abused or neglected in home country

    By the El Reportero’s wire services    SACRAMENTO – California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Thursday helped secure a victory in the California Supreme Court in Bianka M. v. Superior Court.  The lawsuit involved the procedures that children who have been abandoned, abused, or neglected by a parent must go through to become eligible to apply for “Special Immigrant Juvenile” visas.   This visa

  • Thanks to Amazon, the government will soon be able to track your face

    Thanks to Amazon, the government will soon be able to track your face

    by Peter Asaro, Kelly Gates, Woodrow Hartzog, Lilly Irani, Evan Selinger and Lucy Suchman Amazon, the company synonymous with online shopping, is supplying facial recognition technology to government and law enforcement agencies over its web services platform. Branded Rekognition, the technology is every bit as dystopian as it sounds. Given the enormous reach of Amazon’s

  • A Border Patrol agent violated the Fourth Amendment when he shot across the US-Mexico border, striking boy 10 times

    A Border Patrol agent violated the Fourth Amendment when he shot across the US-Mexico border, striking boy 10 times

    “The court made clear that the Constitution does not stop at the border, and that agents should not have constitutional immunity to fatally shoot Mexican teenagers on the other side of the border fence” by Kevin Gosztola The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled a United States Border Patrol agent did not have “qualified immunity”