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Dr. Zosimo Herrera

Dr. Zosimo Herrera

By: Faye Mendiola   (This corner features some of our community’s top personalities (and, of course, also the regular members of our community) in their way-back-Then and Now photographs.) THEN: Faye, a charming young girl at the age of 12; and ...

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Back2School Unisex Streetwear!

Back2School Unisex Streetwear!

With back-to-school month here, highlighted is the House of Aama’s Silhouette Collectibles featuring affordable, gender-neutral, streetwear styles. Trade your backpack for fashion-forward tote bags while tees and sweatshirts with silhouette designs and line drawings are conversation starters inspired by the ...

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President Trumka’s memorial Services

President Trumka’s memorial Services

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka makes one last trip to the House of Labor, a place and an idea that he loved so much. From his days as a staff attorney for the United Mine Workers of America until the last ...

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DeSantis Makes MOVE To Protect Children

DeSantis Makes MOVE To Protect Children

By: Boom Boom Cabalona, “X” Divinagracia, Christopher Miranda   Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Florida won’t implement mask mandates on public school children amid the COVID-19 pandemic, coming after federal health officials have suggested that unvaccinated kids and school staff should wear masks ...

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Three Retirement Planning Tips For Women

Three Retirement Planning Tips For Women

By: Doug Nguyen   One day in 1939, Ida May Fuller stopped by the local Social Security office in her hometown of Rutland, Vermont to inquire about Social Security benefits. She knew she had been paying into Social Security, and wanted ...

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From the Readers

FROM TEAACH Act Hello, As I wrap up my first two weeks as Executive Director, I’m feeling incredibly grateful to be able to do this work and excited about what lies ahead. We celebrated a huge victory last Friday with ...

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