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National Poetry Month Weigh in

April 30, 2020 / By
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As National Poetry Month comes to a close, read below submissions from We ‘Ced youth.   If you could write a poem to COVID, what would you want to tell it? 

My weekend at a Queer and Trans Youth Summit

May 10, 2019 / By

The Queer & Trans Youth Leadership Summit (QT Summit) is a 3-day youth leadership development opportunity for LGBTQIA+ youth ages fifteen to nineteen.

 When it comes to Makeup, Color Matters

March 27, 2018 / By

    As a hardcore makeup lover and a young woman with fair skin, finding makeup to suit my skin tone has been pretty easy. 

We’ced Reviews Snelling’s Ranch of Horrors

November 16, 2017 / By
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Above: Snelling’s Ranch of Horrors was almost too spooky for our youth reporters. (Photo by Aaliyah Jensen) By Cassandra Avitia and Aaliyah Jensen SNELLING, Calif.–Snelling’s

Reality in Fiction: Q&A with the Director and Cast of Lupe Bajo el Sol

October 21, 2016 / By
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This weekend documentary filmmaker Rodrigo Reyes will premiere his film “Lupe Bajo el Sol (Lupe Under the Sun)” to a hometown audience in Merced. Inspired by tales of his own grandfather’s life as a migrant farmworker, the movie tells the story of an aging agricultural worker living in the Central San Joaquin Valley. Merced County residents and real-life couple Daniel and Ana Muratalla star as ‘Lupe’ and his onscreen girlfriend ‘Gloria.

Latino Artists Motivating Communities to Vote

November 26, 2015 / By
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Back in June, while announcing his presidential candidacy, Donald Trump made divisive comments regarding Mexican immigrants. He voiced his concerns that the United States had become a “dumping ground for everyone else’s problems” and that Mexico was “bringing drugs, and bringing crime, and their rapists.”