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El Concilio Hispano de Kalamazoo aclara dudas sobre DACA en entrevista virtual

Alrededor de 643 mil 570 personas fueron beneficiadas

Por: Isabel Flores, corresponsal La Prensa

Después del fallo de la Corte Suprema a favor de la Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA), la pregunta es ¿qué sigue? El Concilio Hispano Americano de Kalamazoo, MI aclara esta duda y muchas más en la transmisión en vivo por facebook: Hablemos de DACA, en donde se contó con la participación de la abogada Rebeca Ontiveros-Chávez de MIRC (Centro de Derechos de Inmigrantes de Michigan) y dos beneficiados del programa: Kevin Vázquez y César Pacheco.


Family navigates immigration system as elderly father suffers from COVID-19

Rebeca Ontiveros-Chávez, a Staff Attorney at the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC), recently had the privilege of helping a daughter navigate the complexities of our immigration system while her elderly father was suffering from COVID-19.


Infusion of $5 million From Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Leads to 72 Percent Increase in Michigan Physicians Using Telehealth Care

DETROIT, May 27, 2020 – Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and physician organizations representing thousands of Michigan doctors worked collaboratively to launch and expand telehealth services in a compressed timeframe. As a result, the number of physician practices using telehealth to reach patients increased 72 percent in just four weeks among in-network primary care and behavioral health providers in Michigan.


MINORITY REPORT: Alliance hopes to create resource for Black-owned businesses
By CHRISTIAN MARTINEZ, Lansing State Journal

LANSING, July 5, 2020 (AP): Before the COVID-19 pandemic and before police violence against Black people sparked nationwide protests, a group of Black entrepreneurs had been working to transition the Lansing Black Chamber of Commerce into a more fleet-footed organization. The global and national events of recent months have cast their effort in a different light. ``I would say, in the last three months, that there has been a sense of urgency that I have never experienced in my lifetime,” Reshane Lonzo told the Lansing State Journal.




Herman Legal Group invita a participar en concurso de ensayo para ganar $1000 dólares ¿En qué piensas cuando escuchas la palabra "INMIGRANTE"?

Por: Isabel Flores, corresponsal La Prensa

CLEVELAND: El bufet de abogados Herman Legal Group invita a participar en concurso de ensayo para ganar $1000 dólares con el tema: ¿En qué piensas cuando escuchas la palabra “INMIGRANTE”?, la fecha límite para participar es el 1 de agosto del presente año.


Poll Workers are Essential Workers

Elections don’t just happen; it takes a lot of coordination and people power to organize an election. Perhaps the most important people are those on the front lines that help voters cast their ballots on election day: the poll workers. Poll workers set up polling locations, check voters in, provide voters with their ballot, help with any accommodations that a voter with accessibility issues needs and they make sure that all the ballots are counted. Poll workers are the face of an election for many people.


Officer shot and killed, suspect found dead in Ohio

TOLEDO, July 4, 2020 (AP): An officer who was responding to a call in a store parking lot was shot and killed early Saturday morning by an intoxicated man holding a beer, police said.


TARTA Cleaning Crews Keep Riders and Drivers Safe During COVID-19

Alongside healthcare workers, grocery store employees, and other essential workers, the cleaning crew at the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) have played a critical role during the coronavirus pandemic by providing a safe environment for public transit drivers and riders in the Toledo area.


Harbor and COVID – 19

TOLEDO: Harbor has been awarded funding from the Federal Communications Commission for the continuation of telehealth services during the coronavirus pandemic. The FCC’s COVID-19 Telehealth Program, authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, has approved funding for 185 health care providers in 38 states plus Washington, DC. The COVID-19 Telehealth Program will help health care providers provide connected care services to patients at their homes or mobile locations in response to the novel Coronavirus 2019 disease pandemic.





 

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A Different Kind of Essential Worker

We hear a lot about pollinators these days. So, who are these pollinators? With a few clicks of my mouse and some fast typing, I can pull up pictures of bees, wasps, butterflies, hummingbirds, moths (even hummingbird moths!), bats, beetles, wasps, and flies.


New partnership improves Biodiversity and Pollinator Habitat

DETROIT: National Pollinators Week (June 22 – 28) has just passed – a full week to celebrate and advocate for the importance of pollinators and practices that can ensure their survival. To support those efforts, the Metroparks and Detroit Parks and Recreation partnered to make improvements to restored prairie habitats within Rouge Park.


Is your farm a Mosquito Magnet? 5 ways to protect your people and animals

While COVID-19 remains in the front of everyone’s mind, the coming of mosquito season means that both people and livestock are vulnerable to other serious illnesses if the farm infrastructure is not sound.


Detroit Zoological Society delivers more than 150 Virtual Learning Programs during pandemic

ROYAL OAK, June 16, 2020: As part of its commitment to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Detroit Zoological Society education staff has produced more than 150 free virtual learning programs since mid-March, helping students and lifelong learners continue to explore wildlife conservation, animal welfare, environmental sustainability and humane education.



 

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