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By: Teodoro Renteria Arróyave Column: Comment on Time  We cannot confirm it yet but it seems there is a shift in favor of attacked journalists, for now, in terms of protection for assaulted colleagues and the recognition and payment of compensation by the Mexican government for crimes committed in previous …

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Love on the Border: Kayla and Vidal

-Editorial For California’s ‘Stop the Hate’ Initiative The story of Kayla Kirby and Vidal Ramirez is one of love and friendship. It’s a love tail that bridges the chasm between people who come from different cultures, speak different languages, come from different nations, and stand as testimony to racial and …

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El Centro Celebrates Grand Opening of New Library

-Editorial Twelve years ago the 7.2 Easter Sunday Earthquake destroyed the El Centro Public Library located on State Street. More than a decade later a new beginning arrived for the community as they gathered to celebrate the opening of the new building located at 1140 N. Imperial Avenue. “I like …

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