Posts Tagged as "central valley"

Merced Cesar Chavez Caravan March

April 9, 2021 / By
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On Saturday, Apr. 2, Merced Autonomous Brown Berets hosted a caravan march and a protest to support BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and LGBTQIA+ farmers, street vendors, and essential workers who have been the most negatively impacted by COVID-19.

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? 

Students feel misled by school board about graduation cap decorations

May 30, 2019 / By
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  Students from multiple Merced Union High School District (MUHSD) schools gathered at Merced High School on May 8 to address the school board regarding decorating graduation caps, frustrated with a lack of policy that was inclusive of all students.

Believing in Myself

February 7, 2019 / By
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Friendships have the potential to impact our wellness positively or negatively. How do you cope when a companion is no longer a part of your life? 

Worsening Central Valley air quality affects many with breathing difficulties

August 27, 2018 / By
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Health Career Connection intern April Navarrete takes a look at the causes and effects of the Central Valley air quality and how that affects residents of Merced County.