We'Ced

Posts by We'Ced:

Blooming in the Face of Adversity

May 31, 2023 /

Hi, my name is Carlos. I am 18 years old and I grew up in Merced, California. Read More

Mother Earth

April 28, 2023 /

Rainy days where the sky sighs at the amazement of one’s beauty. The days where the sun kisses the clouds as it shines down on Mother Earth. Read More

Mido Vince’s Book Review of Skylar Kergil’s Before I Had the Words on: Being a Transgender Young Adult

April 25, 2023 /

Skylar Kergil’s Before I Had the Words on: Being a Transgender Young Adult was a book that my inner child had their eyes on for some time. Read More

MLK Day Weigh In

March 23, 2023 /

In honor of MLK Day, We ‘Ced Youth Media collaborate on a weigh in with their young reporters in answering the following questions: What does MLK represent to you? Read More

Mercedians Call for More Public Water Stations

January 31, 2023 / and

As heat waves become a regular occurrence in the summer months, there is more of a need for community water stations to serve the population of Merced.
The words "Supporting LGBTQ+ youth"

Zine: An Introduction to the Complexities of Queerness

September 21, 2022 / and

Queerness is complex! Here's an introduction to what that means.
Lots of laneway homes can be found along Lillooet Street in East Vancouver.

The Need for a Youth Guaranteed Housing Program in Merced

May 13, 2022 /

Young people of Merced weigh in on why a youth guaranteed housing program would be beneficial for the city.

National Poetry Month Weigh In

April 30, 2022 /

Members of the We'Ced cohort wrote poems to celebrate National Poetry Month.

Merced 2021 Winter Solstice

March 31, 2022 /

On Dec 18, 2021, Merced held its first Winter Solstice Ceremony

We ‘Ced Weighs in: Mother’s Day

May 10, 2021 /

As Mother’s Day weekend closes We ‘Ced reporters reflect on the ways they honor the Mother figures in their lives. Read More