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As district nears LCAP vote, parents sound alarm on unaddressed language barriers

Posted June 23, 2017 by Hannah Esqueda

Above: Local parent Carla Gonzalez addressed the Merced City School District board of trustees during the June 13 public hearing on school funding. Language access and translation services were among the most frequent concerns presented to the board, which is scheduled to vote on the district’s 2017-2018 equity-funding plan June 27.  (Photo by Alyssa Castro)  […]

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We’Ced Weighs In: Celebrating Mom

Posted May 12, 2017 by Hannah Esqueda

(Photo courtesy of Aaliyah Lannerd) By We’Ced Youth Media We’Ced asked our youth reporters, coworkers, friends and family members about the special role maternal figures play in their lives. What we found is that no matter if you look like her, came from her or currently live with her, we all have a powerful connection with […]

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YouthWire Weighs In: Holiday Wishes

Posted December 22, 2016 by We'Ced

All I want for the New Year is for us to put resentment behind us. I hold a lot of anger towards people within my community, school and neighborhood and I would like to try and let go of some of it. That is my holiday wish.

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Hmong Political Forum Makes History in Merced

Posted November 9, 2016 by Hannah Esqueda

The bilingual forum drew nearly 70 people and was a joint effort from BHC Merced’s Neighborhood Action Team, Health Equity Project and the Merced Organizing Project.

Organizers invited all the candidates running for Merced City Council Districts 1, 3 and 5 – the only three district seats up for grabs this election year.

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Youth Group hosts Resource Fair in South Merced

Posted July 24, 2015 by Claudia J. Gonzalez

The event, hosted by the Guadalupano Youth Society of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, was created to provide South Merced residents with information they may not access to otherwise.

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