Teens Talk: Voter Suppression April 19

Teens Talk: Voter Suppression April 19

The OCHR Human Relations Ambassadors, in collaboration with Multiracial Americans of Southern California and Advocates for Peace and Justice Ministry, invite you to join us as we host an educational community forum on voter suppression. This is a drop-in event, no registration is necessary. It will run from 6:30 to approximately 8:30pm. Questions? Contact Jorge at 559.679.1198 or email Jorge at

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BAM!

by Amanda Bastien He stared at the gun barrel and pushed the trigger. BAM! His life gone, his family destroyed, and now everyone is asking why. Why did this thirteen year old boy take his own life? Everyday, he dreaded going to school- a place where students should feel safe. He was harassed, verbally abused, and called the cruelest names.

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News Flash

by Jenn Beard “Take one step forward if you have grown up with more than one hundred books in your home.” I take a step forward. “Take two steps forward if somebody in your family has told you that you are capable of achieving your dreams.” I take two steps forward. “Take one step back if you have ever lived

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I Support!

by Kara Burner Growing up I’ve never judge my mother’s being the way they are. Yet who has the right to judge someone especially when it’s your family. When it comes to gay and lesbian rights it is a very sensitive subject for me. I think if you love someone and marriage is the way to go who has the

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The Dream Act

by Abriana Fernandez Making The Dream Act law simply makes sense. The Dream Act was first introduced by Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah (who now opposes the measure) with the idea to provide people the opportunity, if under the age of sixteen when entering the United States, to become legal citizens. Those who have a GED or a high

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