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The Use of Nicotine Containing Product in Times of COVID-19

By Marcela Carvajal We are living in a time when information in the media related to the prevention of tobacco use and other nicotine-containing products has been relegated to the background. With the increase in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases worldwide, substantially affecting our community in Nebraska, it is critical to report on the measures that have […]

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The Use of Nicotine Containing Product in Times of COVID-19

By Marcela Carvajal We are living in a time when information in the media related to the prevention of tobacco use and other nicotine-containing products has been relegated to the background. With the increase in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases worldwide, substantially affecting our community in Nebraska, it is critical to report on the measures that have […]

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More than 300,000 migrants could be deported after Federal Court ruling to end TPS

Redacted by El Perico. Omaha.– 50 days after November’s presidential election, and in search of Latinx votes, Donald Trump’s administration lashed out at immigrants again. The Federal Court of Appeals in California ruled on Monday in favor of the U.S. government’s decision to terminate Temporary Protection Status (TPS) that allows more than 300,000 migrants from […]

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Splendid Leftovers: Getting Creative with Leftover Foods

By Eneris Aymée Bernard Santos We all know the routine of cooking our daily meals: food gets cooked and leftovers are either refrigerated and forgotten or thrown away. Here is some “food” for thought: Americans discard about 150,000 tons of food every day. Rather than letting delicious food go to waste, why not reuse our […]

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Graham Christensen is Working to Break Up Meat Monopolies in Nebraska

By Eneris Aymée Bernard Santos  It is not new to anyone that large corporations have taken possession of the food market, thus generating disparity for small and medium-sized entrepreneurs looking to put their quality products on the market at a fair price. Due to the pandemic, we have seen how supermarket shelves have emptied; however, […]

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297 Hispanic writers will be awarded the International Latino Book Award this Saturday via online broadcast

This Saturday, 297 Latinos will be awarded the International Latino Book Prize (ILBA), one of the most prestigious annual awards in the United States, which has recognized the best Latino writing in the American territory of the last two decades in the Spanish, English and Portuguese languages. The ceremony, which already goes for its 22nd […]

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Help Us Tell The Stories of Nebraskans We’ve Lost to COVID-19

Intro by Will Bauer  Nearly 400 Nebraskans have died during the pandemic, but we don’t know much about them. Every day, a health department in the state issues a press release that says a man or a woman of such and such age died. But no more. These people are mothers and fathers, brothers and […]

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Distance Learning Limits COVID-19, Raises Other Issues in Omaha Public Schools

By Karlha Velásquez Rivas Josefina Ángeles had many questions before the start of this school year. How am I supposed to help run virtual classrooms for my 11 and 6-year-olds? Her answer: the 11-year-old, now a 6th grader will need less help. But the 6-year-old, who is still in kindergarten, needs more attention. Ángeles works […]

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Non-profit Organizations of Omaha in a Peaceful Protest to Educate People about Families Separations by ICE

By Eneris A. Bernard Santos The non-profit organizations A Light for Omaha, Young Progressives of Nebraska and ProBlac have gathered forces to sponsor an educational protest about the Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) at Douglas County Courthouse this Saturday, August 22, 2020 at 6pm. According to an Instagram post from ProBlac, the protest in fat is […]

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