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From Tamales to Turkey: Thanksgiving in Two Cultures

Posted November 26, 2015 by We'Ced

This Thanksgiving, as I eat a plate of turkey and not of tamales, I will bask in the delight of knowing that I’m lucky to have these two special dishes (and cultures) in my life.

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Reflections on a Weekend Devoted to Youth Media

Posted October 30, 2015 by We'Ced

I was impressed with every single youth journalist and reporter that I met at the conference, from the way they spoke, to the samples of their newspapers and podcasts. I’m honored and humbled to be a part of the Golden State’s youth media network.

Overall, the gathering motivated me to continue spreading information and producing content on issues important to me and my community. I will continue to write as I realize the true meaning of the statement, ‘The Pen is Mightier than the sword.’

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Merced LGBT Health Forum: Youth Responses

Posted August 29, 2013 by We'Ced

                Photo: LGBT Health Forum by We’Ced Youth Editor’s Note: On August 8th, We’Ced Youth Media attended Merced’s first LGBT Health Forum held at the Italo-American Lodge on Main Street. After participating in this powerful community event, We’Ced Youth put their thoughts and feelings on paper to share […]

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Letter To The Editor: Merced City Budget

Posted May 28, 2013 by We'Ced

  Photo: washingtonydc by We’Ced Youth Media Editor’s Note: As the Merced City Council deliberates on the budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year, Building Healthy Communities has joined forces with community partners to advocate for the prioritization of youth as demonstrated by city funds. The main asks to the City Council have been the assigning […]

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BHC Transportation Forum: Residents and Agencies Come Together to Talk Transportation

Posted April 1, 2013 by We'Ced

When one thinks of transportation, cars, bikes and walking pop into people’s minds. However, one doesn’t usually relate transportation to health, but there is a connection. For example, transportation difficulties can create stress, compromise safety for children and the elderly and cause other health issues in the community.

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