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Standing Up

What do I mean by standing up? I mean it in a few ways. I begin with myself. I know what I am passionate about, and I am learning to advocate for myself. 540 more words

"Trump Pivots To the General Election...By Attacking Women": The Days Of Women Succumbing To Insults Are Long Over

It has been fascinating to observe pundits who claim that Donald Trump will change his stripes during the general election in a way that appeals to a broader constituency. 381 more words

Donald Trump

The Struggle of a Latino Family

Hey Quakes! Jaime here again with the blogs. Well, today I’ll be talking about the struggles of some Latino families without papers (U.S citizenship) or suitable jobs to support their family. 266 more words

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"Does Bernie Sanders Really Have Working-Class Support?": Premise Sanders Is The Tribune Of The Working Class Is Full Of Holes

The idea that he’s fighting for an oppressed and dispossessed working class is central to Bernie Sanders’s identity as an old-school New Dealer closely aligned throughout his career with the labor movement and prone to diagnosing all the country’s problems as a product of economic inequality. 823 more words

Hillary Clinton

Hundreds of thousands register to vote in Cali

Whether it’s Donald Trump’s unorthodox campaign, the fiery Clinton-Sanders showdown or just general White House-season buzz, Southern California counties have become swollen with newly registered voters ahead of today’s deadline to register to vote in the state’s June 7 primary election. 74 more words

Sacramento Update

"Univision Highlights How Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric May Be Inspiring Violence Against Latinos"

MEDIA MATTERS

“MARÍA CELESTE ARRARÁS: Something is happening in the country that we haven’t seen in many years — an anti-immigrant sentiment that is turning violent. 39 more words

Politics