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How Mercado Sano is Coping with COVID
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How Mercado Sano is Coping with COVID

The market had shut its doors early last year as the seriousness of the pandemic became known, and had gradually reopened, amid rumors that the administration was having difficulty enforcing the use of face coverings, which the Centers for Disease Control has been recommending since last spring for all public gatherings.

Unions in A New Economic Reality
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Unions in A New Economic Reality

Over the past fifty years an all-out assault has been waged by capital against working people that has resulted in the diminution of worker rights and a tremendous weakening of the power of US unions

2020 A Year to Remember at Jóvenes Adelante
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2020 A Year to Remember at Jóvenes Adelante

Few of us will ever forget 2020! With a cautious sigh of relief the year is ending a bit more hopeful than it has been since March. Jóvenes Adelante had a busy summer and fall with some notable achievements. JA had 270 applicants at the beginning of the year and despite

Mujeres en Cambio Goes Virtual
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Mujeres en Cambio Goes Virtual

By Don Caldwell Mujeres en Cambio (MeC) scholarships offer an opportunity for a better future for the young women we assist. It starts them on a radically different life path from that of their parents. Our graduates’ successes also help set an example in their communities.  COVID-19 has dealt us a mighty blow. Pandemic protocols...

Gifts That Keep on Giving
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Gifts That Keep on Giving

By Robin Loving  During the giving season, you might be inspired by what one of San Miguel de Allende’s spiritual organizations is doing. While giving more than half of the projected budget of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Miguel to local charities, it has responded to the COVID crisis with gifts of even more...

Young Opera Singers Ready for First Virtual Auditions
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Young Opera Singers Ready for First Virtual Auditions

In these times of uncertainty, nobody has been able to conduct business as usual.
This is even more true for soprano Jacinta Barbachano. She is among the 29 young Mexican opera singers who will participate in the first virtual auditions of the MetOpera National Council’s (MONC) Mexico District on Dec. 17.