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‘My Health Shouldn’t Have a Price Tag’ — DACA Youth Turned Away From Medi-Cal

Posted September 28, 2015 by We'Ced

Photo courtesy of the Fernandez family.  Story by Miguel Bibanco for The kNOw Youth Media. FRESNO, Calif. – Maria Fernandez was three years old when she came to the United States in 1993. As an undocumented immigrant she’s faced a number of struggles, including gaining access to quality medical care. That might have changed after Fernandez […]

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Lessons Learned From a Box of Raisins

Posted August 31, 2015 by We'Ced

At that instant I realized that I have the greatest and most hard-working mom in the universe. Even though she is always tired for her work, she keeps going because she wants to give my sisters and me a better life, and we do not see that. We constantly ask her for money as if it grows on trees, and she gives it to us without complaining.

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Central Valley Unites to Discuss Environmental Issues

Posted August 1, 2015 by Claudia J. Gonzalez

Echoing statements by the Pope, Medrano pointed to the unbridled capitalism eroding our planet’s health and leaving millions of poor vulnerable to the effects of climate change. “Unless we change our economic system, we cannot care for the most vulnerable people in our communities. They are the ones who are being the most affected by climate change.”

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Undocumented Kids to Get Health Coverage in State Budget

Posted June 17, 2015 by We'Ced

Calling it one of the “best” budgets the state has ever had, California Gov. Jerry Brown said the $167.6 billion dollar budget the legislature passed Tuesday would pump more money into child care and education, pay down the state’s debt by $1.9 billion and provide health care for its undocumented children.

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Health Care For All: Undocumented Lives Matter

Posted May 28, 2015 by We'Ced

Our community is not going to stop pushing for health coverage for all the tax paying and hardworking citizens of Merced County and our surrounding areas. The lives of our undocumented families, friends, and neighbors matter just as much as those lives of documented people.

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