KKK Still Up and Alive

The organized Ku Klux Klan movement saw a boost in its membership in 2017.

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Submitted: Jordan Dixon


Difficult migration debate looms as African and EU leaders meet(November 22, 2017.)

ABIDJAN (Reuters) – European leaders under pressure from a far-right revival at home hope to avoid a difficult debate about immigration when they meet their African counterparts in Ivory Coast from Wednesday.

Ivorian migrants returning from Libya arrive at the Felix Houphouet Boigny International airport in Abidjan, Ivory Coast November 22, 2017. REUTERS/Luc Gnago

Reports this month of abuses against African migrants in Libya have sparked anger across the continent however, threatening to drive migration to the top of the summit agenda and shine a spotlight on an issue fraught with political risk.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, who head the Franco-German axis at the heart of the European Union, will have its next major political test in mind when they sit down with African Union heads of state.

Italy, on the frontline of the campaign to slow illegal migration to Europe, holds elections early next year and the populist 5-Star Movement is leading opinion polls. The anti-immigrant, eurosceptic Northern League is also gaining support.

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Blog By:L Smith

GET INVOLVED Volunteers are vital.

Volunteers are an essential part of the ministry at the Modesto Gospel Mission. We could not have helped the poor and homeless for over 60 years if it were not for the help of volunteers. Last year alone we were blessed with 14,000 hours of elbow grease—even at minimum wage this is a powerful $112,000.00 of real help. No matter how you wish to volunteer, there is a place for you at the Mission!

(the first step to volunteering)
2nd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm

How You can Help:
Regular volunteer – You can commit to a specific regular time volunteer position.
On-call volunteer – For those special projects and events.
Group volunteers – Schools, business, and other groups enjoy volunteering together.
Collection Drives and Benefits – Some prefer to organize drives or benefits for food, clothing, and supplies.

Sample of Volunteer Opportunities:
Preparing and/or serving meals in the dining hall
Tutoring children or adults
Sorting donations
Children & Youth Center
Electricians, Plumbers, Landscapers, Painters
Nurses and Doctors in the medical clinic
Receptionist, Clerical
Additional opportunities too numerous to list!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Constance Robinson at (209)225-2908, or by emailing volunteer@homelessmission.org

Submitted by: Michelle Ramos (Latina Emtmomma)



President Donald Trump hired hundreds of undocumented Polish immigrants to demolish a New York City building in 1980 and paid them as little as $4 an hour without providing proper safety equipment to do the job, court documents show.

The workers and their contractor, William Kaszycki of Kaszycki & Sons, sued Trump for unfair labor practices in 1983. After litigation dragged on for 15 years, Trump ultimately paid $1.375 million to settle the case.

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By: Mendoza, A.

Rep. Luis Gutierrez, longtime advocate for immigration reform, says he will not seek reelection

Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.), a longtime advocate for comprehensive immigration reform and strident critic of the Trump administration, announced Tuesday that he will not seek reelection.

The congressman said he will complete his current term in Congress, which expires in early 2019.

Gutierrez made the announcement in Chicago a day after he held an event there alongside Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

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By: Mendoza, A.

Kern Valley SP adopts preschool for Christmas

By Lt. Marshall Denning, AA/Public Information Officer
Kern Valley State Prison 

Kern Valley State Prison (KVSP) once again adopted Cesar Chavez Preschool in Delano, CA for the 2015 holidays.

The school is organized by the Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation. There are 159 children enrolled in the preschool offering three programs which provide child care and education to migrant workers and their children.

The 2014 Adopt-a-School Christmas Program included gifts distributed by Santa Claus and one of his Elf helpers.  In mid-December, 159 students received a wrapped gift made possible by donations from KVSP staff.

“The generosity and dedication of the Kern Valley State Prison employees once again has given back to the community. What an awe inspiring time watching the children as they received their gifts and celebrated with songs, dancing and performances,” said Warden Martin Biter.

by | Jan 7, 2015 | Holiday Activities, More Stories

Submitted by: Michelle Ramos (Latina Emtmomma)

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