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Student Vision for School Safety March Demands

Student Vision for School Safety March Demands On February 14th, the school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School forever changed the Parkland, Florida community, after a gunman claimed the lives of 14 students, and 3 school faculty members. This unfortunate and pervasive symptom of national neglect for school safety reform has galvanized the nation, igniting students across the country to step into activism that challenges calls for armed police and

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Visión Estudiantil Para la Seguridad Escolar

Visión Estudiantil Para la Seguridad Escolar En 14 de febrero, el tiroteo en la escuela en Stoneman Douglas High School cambió para siempre la comunidad de Parkland, Florida, después que un pistolero quitó la vida de 14 estudiantes y 3 miembros de la facultad de la escuela. Este desafortunado y extenso de negligencia nacional para la reforma de seguridad escolar ha galvanizado a la nación, incitando a estudiantes en todo

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DACA Recipients Speak Out. “Local Activism Is Our Most Powerful Tool”

DACA Recipients Speak Out. “Local Activism Is Our Most Powerful Tool“ March 5th, 2018 stood as the deadline for Congress to take action on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals [DACA] program. On that Monday morning, DACA recipients, immigrant community, and allies gathered in Center City Philadelphia to speak up against the use of DACA recipients as a bargaining chip when it comes to national immigration reform,

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Juntos Community Leader Speaks at the 2018 Women’s March in Philadelphia

Juntos Community Leader Speaks at the 2018 Women’s March in Philadelphia One year after Trump’s inauguration, hundreds of women and allies packed the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia for the 2nd annual Women’s March. Among them was our own community leader, Olivia Ponce, who addressed the crowd and urged us to remember the warriors we are descendants from and to embrace the “chingona” that resides within us as we fight

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