BY DR. ÁLVARO HUERTA
During the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis in the U.S. (and beyond), it behooves Americans to learn from individuals of Mexican origin in el norte about the art of survival in a time of crisis.
Before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of low-income, undocumented, and other marginalized communities had been living paycheck to paycheck and struggling financially to make ends meet for their families.
Por Reyna Oláguez, South Kern Sol
La semana pasada, el gobernador Newsom emitió una directiva para restringir a los californianos a abandonar sus hogares, excepto para ir al supermercado, a la farmacia, para buscar atención médica o para ir a un trabajo que se considera esencial.
Last week Governor Newsom issued a directive to restrict Californians from leaving their homes except to go to the grocery store, pharmacy, to seek medical care, or to commute to a job that is considered essential.
It isn’t all that uncommon for former foster youth to live in poverty after transitioning out of the Foster Care System.
When people think of foster care, they often think of the youth in the system. But foster parents play a key role in helping these youth grow into responsible young adults.