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CasaArt Foundation invita a participar en Muestra Virtual Altar de Muertos 2020

Por: Isabel Flores, corresponsal La Prensa

DETROIT: CasArt Foundation, Inc. invita a participar en la muestra virtual Altar de Muertos 2020 mandando una foto o video máximo de 3 minutos de tu altar, a más tardar el día 3 de noviembre, al siguiente correo: info@casartfoundation.org


Three Candidates Vie for Lucas County Sheriff

By La Prensa Staff

While the presidential race is commanding most of the attention of voters during the November election, perhaps the mostly hotly contested local race is for Lucas County sheriff. Three candidates—all with law enforcement experience—are looking to replace retiring sheriff John Tharp, who leaves behind some tough issues, among them the opiate epidemic and a new jail.


Progress Michigan PACs build on 2018 success

Millions of Michiganians, Progress Michigan Political Action Fund, working to elect progressive candidates up and down the ticket


Honoring the University’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

October 16, 2020 | DiversityNewsUToday

By Kait Tippey

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion announced the Inclusive Wall of Honor to be installed on the third floor of University Hall. The Inclusive Wall of Honor will honor and highlight the contributions underrepresented minorities, individuals with disabilities and members of the LGBTQA+ community have made as faculty, staff, administrators and alumni of The University of Toledo.




 

Ohio Latino leaders influence Presidential race with LatinOHs

By La Prensa Staff

CLEVELAND/LORAIN/TOLEDO, Oct. 28, 2020: According to most political polls, Ohio is still very much in play in the presidential race. But after four years of President Donald Trump, several of the state’s Latino leaders are trying to tip the scales in a new political direction—as the bellwether Buckeye state is ripe for such an effort. 


OHIO COVID-19 Update: Take This Seriously and Don't Let Up

Oct. 23, 2020: Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s Administration provided the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY: New health data compiled by the Ohio Department of Health found that 38 counties currently have a very high risk of exposure and spread


Puerto Rico to Vote for Possible Statehood Yet Again

By La Prensa Staff

Puerto Ricans still living on the island territory won’t help decide the U.S. president, but their own futures could drastically change with next week’s November general election. Statehood is on the ballot for the sixth time—but this time, the outcome could actually mean something.



El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Lorain ofrece pruebas de VIH confidenciales y gratuitas




 

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AN OPEN LETTER TO THE AMERICA LATINOS LOVE

 

WHY I AM SUPPORTING JOE BIDEN AND KAMALA HARRIS

 

To whom it may concern (yes, you!):

 

Every person who feels the tug of conscience or necessity at this important juncture in the political life of our society must decide on how to respond to it.  Some will do nothing. Others will give their all.  But each one of us, publicly or privately, must one day reckon with the consequences of the choice we make. 


Vote ‘Yes’ on Cleveland Schools Levy Renewal & Increase, Issue 68

Op Ed by La Prensa

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) wants voters to approve Issue 68—a crucial 15-mill renewal levy with a 5-mill increase on the Nov. 3, 2020 ballot. The ten-year levy, first passed in 2012, is critical to future functions, because it expires at the end of the year. 





 

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