Bakersfield College Students Weigh in on McCarthy’s Bill to Build the Border Wall

After Kevin McCarthy, the House Majority Leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, proposed a $23.4 billion bill to fund a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, Bakersfield College students weighed in on the proposed bill. “What would you do if you’re struggling with no income and a corrupt government? If you thought there […]

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2018 TCE Youth Awards

In October, the California Endowment held their annual TCE Youth Awards, which celebrate and honor outstanding youth leaders, volunteers, and activists from across the state. “These youths are the leaders of tomorrow. These are the people who are going to be the change agents from 2020 to 2030.” Read more at Access Local TV.

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Song Keeps Náhuatl Alive

Náhuatl, which was once the most widely-spoken language in Mexico, is slowly disappearing as new generations don’t learn and practice it. To combat this erasure of indigenous culture, activists in Mexico and even beyond the borders, like a singing group in East Los Angeles, are working on teaching the language to new people. “In a […]

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