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Mexico readies navy ships to bring food, supplies to Cuba 07/27/2021

Mexico readies navy ships to bring food, supplies to Cuba

Mexico readies navy ships to bring food, supplies to Cuba Mexico will send two navy ships loaded with food and medical supplies to Cuba, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador blamed the U.S. embargo for fomenting the biggest unrest in Cuba in decades.

Biden wants to remove this controversial word from US laws 01/23/2021

Biden wants to remove this controversial word from US laws

Biden wants to remove this controversial word from US laws It's just one small part of the sweeping immigration overhaul President Biden is proposing. But the symbolic significance is huge.

Demand Florida Makes Vaccines Accessible to ALL 01/23/2021

Demand Florida Makes Vaccines Accessible to ALL

Demand Florida Makes Vaccines Accessible to ALL COVID-19 doesn’t discriminate and neither should states in providing vaccine access. A statewide emergency public health advisory in Florida that requires proof of residency is a cruel and unnecessary barrier for many residents, including some undocumented immigrants and people without homes. We w...


If anyone had a right to question whether our democracy was worth redeeming, it was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Because in the face of billy clubs and lynchings, poll taxes and literacy tests, he never gave in to violence, never waved a traitorous flag, never gave up on the country he called home, despite all of the injustices and indignities it brought upon him.

Instead, he set out to realize his dream the most effective—and the most radical—way he knew how, by working with others to march, boycott, and sit in, recognizing that, as he said, “Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

The seeds of his courage, his discipline, his vision, and the resilience of all who joined with him took years to bear fruit. But they gave us the Civil Rights Act. The Voting Rights Act. And an American tradition of nonviolent resistance that has rung through the generations, as we saw this summer when Americans of all races echoed his example in standing up to declare that Black Lives Matter—no more but also no less.

On #MLKDay, we celebrate his life but we’re also called to live out his values through service of our own. Here are some ways you can get involved in your community: bideninaugural.org/day-of-service/

We’re in the middle of a tough chapter for our country, but #MLKDay should serve as a reminder that we have been through tough times before—and emerged from them stronger. But only because we never stopped believing in our democracy. Only because we never stopped working to perfect it. And only because, even in the face of intimidation, discrimination, and unimaginable suffering, we never stopped dreaming of a better day—and never stopped doing the long, hard, essential work of ushering it in.


🙏 Rezó antes de pasar al mas allá… 👼 [Y REGRESÓ]


¿Como Australia controlo el Covid?


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El puente de Dublín amaneció lleno de abrigos para las personas sin hogar 12/23/2020

El puente de Dublín amaneció lleno de abrigos para las personas sin hogar

El puente de Dublín amaneció lleno de abrigos para las personas sin hogar Para participar, si puedes deja un abrigo y si lo necesitas, cógelo. Read more

Conoce cómo puedes sumarte como voluntario 11/19/2020

Conoce cómo puedes sumarte como voluntario

Conoce cómo puedes sumarte como voluntario Ayúdanos a terminar con la incertidumbre

“Nos han tratado como animales”: Kate del Castillo recuerda a los niños separados en la frontera 11/04/2020

“Nos han tratado como animales”: Kate del Castillo recuerda a los niños separados en la frontera

“Nos han tratado como animales”: Kate del Castillo recuerda a los niños separados en la frontera

Un inmigrante latino liberado cinco días antes por ICE vuelve a ser arrestado 10/29/2020

Un inmigrante latino liberado cinco días antes por ICE vuelve a ser arrestado

Un inmigrante latino liberado cinco días antes por ICE vuelve a ser arrestado Dayron Naranjo había salido de un centro de detención en Louisiana con una orden de supervisión de ICE, pero pocos días después volvió a ser detenido en casa de unas amistades en Kentucky. La agencia todavía no ha revelado el motivo de la aprehensión.


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Liberan a cientos de inmigrantes detenidos en un centro de ICE en Adelanto para frenar brote de COVID-19 10/21/2020

Liberan a cientos de inmigrantes detenidos en un centro de ICE en Adelanto para frenar brote de COVID-19

Liberan a cientos de inmigrantes detenidos en un centro de ICE en Adelanto para frenar brote de COVID-19 La medida ocurre después de que un juez federal de California ordenara la reducción de la población del centro de detención de 775 a 425 inmigrantes para que se puedan cumplir los protocolos de protección debido al coronavirus.


La historia de JEFF BEZOS: El hombre MÁS RICO del MUNDO

nytimes.com 09/30/2020


nytimes.com El Times obtuvo información fiscal de Donald Trump que abarca más de dos décadas y revela propiedades en dificultades, cuantiosas devoluciones de impuestos, una batalla de auditoría y cientos de millones en deuda por vencer.


Aprendemos Juntos

“Confío en ti”. Para Lucía Galán, más conocida como ‘Lucía, mi pediatra’, darle este mensaje a los hijos es hacerles un regalo: “El niño piensa: ‘soy capaz porque mis papás me han dicho que confían en mí".


El País

Sobrevivir a la violencia de género es lo peor. Cuando salí de esa relación, no sabía decir una canción que me gustara, yo no era nadie. Volver a construir una personalidad es muy duro”. Marina Marroquí, educadora social https://bit.ly/37Gleeg


Barack Obama

Sixty years ago, Ruth Bader Ginsburg applied to be a Supreme Court clerk. She’d studied at two of our finest law schools and had ringing recommendations. But because she was a woman, she was rejected. Ten years later, she sent her first brief to the Supreme Court––which led it to strike down a state law based on gender discrimination for the first time. And then, for nearly three decades, as the second woman ever to sit on the highest court in the land, she was a warrior for gender equality––someone who believed that equal justice under law only had meaning if it applied to every single American.

Over a long career on both sides of the bench––as a relentless litigator and an incisive jurist––Justice Ginsburg helped us see that discrimination on the basis of s*x isn’t about an abstract ideal of equality; that it doesn’t only harm women; that it has real consequences for all of us. It’s about who we are––and who we can be.

Justice Ginsburg inspired the generations who followed her, from the tiniest trick-or-treaters to law students burning the midnight oil to the most powerful leaders in the land. Michelle and I admired her greatly, we’re profoundly thankful for the legacy she left this country, and we offer our gratitude and our condolences to her children and grandchildren tonight.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought to the end, through her cancer, with unwavering faith in our democracy and its ideals. That’s how we remember her. But she also left instructions for how she wanted her legacy to be honored.

Four and a half years ago, when Republicans refused to hold a hearing or an up-or-down vote on Merrick Garland, they invented the principle that the Senate shouldn’t fill an open seat on the Supreme Court before a new president was sworn in.

A basic principle of the law––and of everyday fairness––is that we apply rules with consistency, and not based on what’s convenient or advantageous in the moment. The rule of law, the legitimacy of our courts, the fundamental workings of our democracy all depend on that basic principle. As votes are already being cast in this election, Republican Senators are now called to apply that standard. The questions before the Court now and in the coming years––with decisions that will determine whether or not our economy is fair, our society is just, women are treated equally, our planet survives, and our democracy endures––are too consequential to future generations for courts to be filled through anything less than an unimpeachable process.


Univision Noticias

"Que su muerte no sea en vano": el desgarrador mensaje de la jueza Esther Salas tras el as*****to de su hijo.

elestimulo.com 09/08/2020

Trump promueve el fraude electoral: pide a sus seguidores votar dos veces

elestimulo.com Trump alentó a los residentes de Carolina del Norte a poner a prueba la seguridad del sistema electoral de su estado al intentar votar dos veces.


Termómetro Regional

"Todos indignados con la muerte de #GeorgeFloyd
pero nadie levanta la voz cuando los afroamericanos se la pasan abusando de #Mexicanos 🇲🇽 y subiendo este tipo de videos sólo pa hacerse populares".

Nuestros paisanos la tienen más difícil que cualquier extranjero en USA, sufren racismo tanto de los gringos como de los afroamericanos.
Algo hay que hacer para parar estos abusos.

tn.com.ar 08/25/2020

El cometa Neowise pasó junto al Sol y la NASA registró su brillo intacto - TN.com.ar

tn.com.ar El telescopio Hubble captó imágenes del objeto cósmico inéditas para un fenómeno de estas características. Para qué pueden servir.

univision.com 08/23/2020

Más de 70 influyentes republicanos califican a Trump como peligroso para el país y piden el voto para Biden

univision.com "Nos preocupa profundamente el curso que lleva nuestra nación bajo la conducción de Donald Trump", señala la carta firmada por Colin Powell, exsecretario de Estado; el exdirector de la CIA, Michael Hayden y el exsecretario de Defensa, Chuck Hagel, entre otros republicanos que acusan al mandatario...

nbcnews.com 08/21/2020

Trump cabinet officials voted in 2018 meeting to separate migrant kids

nbcnews.com "If we don't enforce this, it is the end of our country as we know it," said Trump adviser Stephen Miller, say officials present at a White House meeting.


Michelle Obama

Joe Biden is a profoundly decent man, guided by his faith. As president, he will honor the lives and experiences of every American—because that’s what he’s always done. I can’t wait for you to see the Joe I know tonight: Someone who respects the dignity of other human beings, someone who is capable of making smart plans and managing a good team. Joe will govern as someone who’s lived a life that the rest of us can recognize—and I know he and Kamala Harris have what it takes to rescue our economy, beat back a pandemic, and lead a country.

But if we want any chance of ending the chaos and division we’ve seen so much of, each of us has to step up. We’ve got to vote early, in-person if we can. We’ve got to request our mail-in ballots and send them back immediately. We’ve got to grab our comfortable shoes, put on our masks, and be willing to stand in line all night if we have to.

Joe and Kamala will only be able to lead our country forward if we all vote like our lives depend on it. So, let’s get to it.


El Pípila.mx

¡REPUGNANTE! Con gritos de “perro mexicano asqueroso”, esta mujer exhibió así su racismo hacia un latino que paseaba a su perro en San Francisco, #California. El hombre le respondió “Dios te bendiga” y la novia de este dijo que era obligación grabar los insultos.
Vía milkteamamacita


Espartanos Del Fútbol

JOHN GUIDETTI: "Mi padre es mitad italiano, un cuarto brasileño y otro sueco. Mi madre es cien por cien sueca y así he salido yo.

Cuando tenía cuatro años, mis padres, que eran profesores, se mudaron a Nairobi, en Kenia, para dar clases en una escuela sueca de ahí.

Al principio yo era el chico blanco rico que había llegado al barrio pobre de la ciudad y que jugaba con los niños que no tenían nada. Pero yo quería ser uno más, y por eso decidí jugar a fútbol descalzo, como hacían ellos. Así me gane el respeto de ellos.

De ellos recuerdo su felicidad. No tenían casa, ni dinero, ni comida, ni zapatos, pero estaban agradecidos por poder jugar al fútbol y por estar vivos. Eran felices con muy poco y eso es algo de lo que puedes aprender muchísimo. Fue una época fantástica en Kenia. Es algo que lo llevaré dentro de mí por siempre.

Ahora tengo una fundación en la que trabajamos para que los niños tengan las mismas oportunidades que los europeos; y sobre todo para que tengan una buena educación". 🇸🇪👏



The Beirut explosions have created additional trauma for the children of Lebanon who also have to cope with the impact of a steep economic crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic. UNICEF is working with partners to provide children with psychosocial support. Donate today to help families rebuild their lives 👉 https://uni.cf/beirut_expl_f


Michelle Obama

You get used to it, even as a little girl—opening the newspaper, turning on the TV, and hardly ever seeing anyone who looks like you. You train yourself to not get your hopes up. And sometimes it’s a battle just to keep telling yourself that you might deserve more. Because no matter how much you prepare, no matter what grades you get or even how high you rise at work, it always feels like someone is waiting to tell you that you’re not qualified. That you’re not smart enough. That you’re too loud or too bossy. That there’s just something about you…you’re just not quite the right fit.

Change can be slow and frustrating, but signs of progress are all around us. This week Senator Kamala Harris, the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, became the first Black woman and first Asian-American woman on a major party’s presidential ticket. I’ve been thinking about all those girls growing up today who will be able to take it for granted that someone who looks like them can grow up to lead a nation like ours. Because Kamala Harris may be the first, but she won’t be the last.

I am here for it all. Let us embrace and celebrate this moment. Go get ‘em girl. 💪🏾


National Democratic Training Committee

The only way to defeat Donald Trump is to make sure every single Democrat turns out to vote for Joe Biden in November. Even though Biden is currently up in the polls, if 2016 taught us anything, it’s that we can NEVER feel too safe. So we’re conducting a nationwide poll to make sure top Democrats from every state will commit to voting for Joe Biden against Donald Trump.

Unless 150,000 Democrats complete the poll by the end of the month, we can’t be confident in Trump’s defeat. Your response is absolutely CRITICAL. Respond now >>


Stop Republicans

🎉 Senator Kamala Harris is officially Joe Biden’s pick for Vice President! A fantastic Democratic woman on the ballot -- we’re so EXCITED!

We’re putting together a MASSIVE digital card to congratulate Kamala on this exciting news. But if no one signs, Trump will think no one supports her. He’ll be THRILLED. Sign now to show Trump the amount of support Biden and Kamala have (and how badly he’s going to get DESTROYED in November!). Sign Now ➡️

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