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How Racism Affects Health.Now on our site.###Cómo el racismo afecta la salud. Ahora en nuestro sitio.https://bit.ly/2BDq...
06/05/2020

How Racism Affects Health.

Now on our site.

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Cómo el racismo afecta la salud.

Ahora en nuestro sitio.

https://bit.ly/2BDq80d

Photo Credit: Josh Hild

Ha sido una de las peores semanas de la vida en los estados unidos. ¿A dónde vamos desde aquí?Ahora en nuestro sitio.  #...
05/29/2020

Ha sido una de las peores semanas de la vida en los estados unidos. ¿A dónde vamos desde aquí?

Ahora en nuestro sitio.

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It Has Been One of the Worst Weeks in American Life. Where Do We Go From Here?

Now on our site.

https://bit.ly/3djlxy0

05/29/2020
Jinkies! Ariana Greenblatt Talks About Her New Scooby Doo Mystery in “Scoob!” – Now Streaming!Now on our site. Link in b...
05/19/2020

Jinkies! Ariana Greenblatt Talks About Her New Scooby Doo Mystery in “Scoob!” – Now Streaming!

Now on our site. Link in bio.

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Jinkies! Ariana Greenblatt habla sobre su nuevo misterio de Scooby Doo en la película “Scoob!” – Ahora disponible para comprar en digital!

Ahora en nuestro sitio. Enlace en el bio.

#scoobydoo #scoob

Las bodas por webcam son más comunes durante la estadía en el hogar, en nuestro nuevo mundo aislado.Ahora en nuestro sit...
05/09/2020

Las bodas por webcam son más comunes durante la estadía en el hogar, en nuestro nuevo mundo aislado.

Ahora en nuestro sitio.

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Webcam weddings are more common during stay-at-home, in our new isolated world.

Now on our site.

https://bit.ly/2WC5NiA

Learning From Indigenous Leaders During COVID-19.Now on our site.### Lo que podemos aprender sobre la resiliencia de los...
05/02/2020

Learning From Indigenous Leaders During COVID-19.

Now on our site.

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Lo que podemos aprender sobre la resiliencia de los líderes indígenas.

Ahora en nuestro sitio.

https://bit.ly/2WjwyIA

Later this week, the Public Health Officers of the Counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, a...
04/27/2020

Later this week, the Public Health Officers of the Counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara as well as the City of Berkeley will issue revised shelter-in-place orders that largely keep the current restrictions in place and extend them through May.

The new order will include limited easing of specific restrictions for a small number of lower-risk activities.

More information at www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19

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Más adelante esta semana, los oficiales de salud pública de los condados de Alameda, Contra Costa, Marín, San Francisco, San Mateo y Santa Clara, así como la ciudad de Berkeley emitirán órdenes revisadas de refugio en el lugar que mantienen en gran medida las restricciones actuales. en su lugar y extenderlos hasta mayo.

El nuevo orden incluirá una limitación limitada de restricciones específicas para un pequeño número de actividades de bajo riesgo.

Más información en www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19

04/03/2020
Dr. Jasmeet Bains on Protecting Farmworkers

Taft, California Physician Dr. Jasmeet Bains talks about why the crucially important farmworker population must be focused on during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is "Dr. Jasmeet Bains on Protecting Farmworkers" by EJV Communications on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Santa Clara County officials provided an update on COVID-19 today and announced a new Shelter in Place Order that will b...
03/31/2020

Santa Clara County officials provided an update on COVID-19 today and announced a new Shelter in Place Order that will be in effect through May 3, 2020 and may be extended by the County Public Health Officer. This Order strengthens, clarifies, and extends restrictions in the prior Shelter in Place Order.

County of Santa Clara Health Officer and Director of Public Health Dr. Sara Cody announced that more restrictive social distancing guidelines were necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 and prevent our healthcare systems from being overwhelmed.

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Oficiales del Condado de Santa Clara proporcionaron una actualización sobre COVID-19 hoy y anunciaron una nueva Orden de Refugio en el Lugar que estará vigente hasta el 3 de mayo de 2020 y que puede ser extendida por el Oficial de Salud Pública del Condado. Esta Orden fortalece, aclara y extiende las restricciones en la Orden de Refugio en el lugar anterior.

La Dra. Sara Cody, Oficial de Salud del Condado de Santa Clara y Directora de Salud Pública, anunció que se necesitaban pautas de distanciamiento social más restrictivas para frenar la propagación de COVID-19 y evitar que nuestros sistemas de atención médica se vean abrumados.

For the First Time in History, the Olympics Are Postponed. New Edition Below!###Por primera vez en la historia, los Jueg...
03/27/2020

For the First Time in History, the Olympics Are Postponed. New Edition Below!

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Por primera vez en la historia, los Juegos Olímpicos se posponen.
nueva edición a continuación!

https://bit.ly/3dyfHcB

03/20/2020
It Starts with One

In light of COVID-19's concerns, it is important to note that all Californians can respond to the Census online, https://my2020census.gov, by phone, or by mail

There is power in our existence. Participate in the Census.
#EveryoneCounts

https://youtu.be/C4vKvGU8NYc

There's strength in numbers – Participate in the Census today by visiting californiacensus.org! #EveryoneCounts #ICount #BeCounted #2020Census #CaliforniaFor...

03/20/2020
Comenzamos Con Uno

A la luz de las preocupaciones de COVID-19, es importante resaltar que todos los californianos pueden responder al Censo en línea, https://my2020census.gov, por teléfono, o por correo

Hay poder en nuestra existencia. Participa en el Censo.
#EveryoneCounts

https://youtu.be/NlIoh6wk4nA

Hay poder en nuestra existencia. Participa en el Censo, visite californiacensus.org para más información.

Stay safe! More info at CDC.GOV/COVID19¡mantengase a salvo! Mas información en CDC.GOV/COVID19
03/17/2020

Stay safe! More info at CDC.GOV/COVID19

¡mantengase a salvo! Mas información en CDC.GOV/COVID19

RIP Kobe Bryant: 1978 – 2020Have you had a chance to grab or view our new issue online? Link is in the bio.¿Ha tenido la...
02/07/2020

RIP Kobe Bryant: 1978 – 2020

Have you had a chance to grab or view our new issue online? Link is in the bio.

¿Ha tenido la oportunidad de agarrar o ver nuestra nueva edición en línea? Link está en el bio.

Las escuelas son clave para empoderar a los líderes juveniles/Schools Are Key to Empowering Youth LeadersNew edition lin...
01/11/2020

Las escuelas son clave para empoderar a los líderes juveniles
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Schools Are Key to Empowering Youth Leaders

New edition linked in bio!

Las escuelas son clave para empoderar a los líderes juveniles/Schools Are Key to Empowering Youth Leaders
01/11/2020
El Observador January 10th, 2020

Las escuelas son clave para empoderar a los líderes juveniles
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Schools Are Key to Empowering Youth Leaders

Schools Are Key to Empowering Youth Leaders Also Inside: Check out This Delectable Pozole Recipe, All the “Wow” and “Cool!” of New Tech Straight From Vegas, and More…

Happy Thanksgiving!¡Feliz día de acción de gracias!Thinking about going to the movies with the family? Read about what J...
11/28/2019
Jamie Lee Curtis: A Family, A Murder Mystery, and Immigration

Happy Thanksgiving!¡Feliz día de acción de gracias!

Thinking about going to the movies with the family? Read about what Jamie Lee Curtis (@curtisleejamie) has to say about her new mystery comedy movie @knivesout - which she says is fun for the whole family.

Arturo Hilario El Observador The murder mystery genre of films had long been on the sidelines in popular culture until recent efforts like the adaptation of British author Agatha Christie’s “Mur...

Hoping your Hispanic Heritage Month was full of greatness.Esperando que su Mes de la Herencia Hispana estuviera lleno de...
10/21/2019

Hoping your Hispanic Heritage Month was full of greatness.

Esperando que su Mes de la Herencia Hispana estuviera lleno de grandeza.

#HispanicHeritageMonth

Yvette Monreal is currently on the big screen starring in “Rambo: Last Blood” as John Rambo’s (Sylvester Stallone) niece...
09/27/2019

Yvette Monreal is currently on the big screen starring in “Rambo: Last Blood” as John Rambo’s (Sylvester
Stallone) niece, who is abducted and pushes Rambo to go back to his old ways for one last mission.

Check out our interview with Monreal where she reaveals great insight from behind the scenes: her unexpected horse stunts, Sylvester Stallone’s wise advice, and much more.
Link in bio!
#YvetteMonreal #RamboLastBlood #Rambo

Cartoon/Caricatura 06.21.2019•••#eonews #elobservador #sanjose #california #cartoon #caricatura #LadyLiberty #trump #Ame...
06/28/2019

Cartoon/Caricatura 06.21.2019



#eonews #elobservador #sanjose #california #cartoon #caricatura #LadyLiberty #trump #America

Have you had a chance to read our current issue featuring @arturocastrop and his new @comedycentral show @alternatino ?C...
06/28/2019

Have you had a chance to read our current issue featuring @arturocastrop and his new @comedycentral show @alternatino ?

Check out our interview with Arturo below and watch Alternatino Tuesdays on Comedy Central!

https://bit.ly/2ZR2Kmz

#Alternatino #ArturoCastro #ComedyCentral

Cartoon/Caricatura 06.14.2019•••#eonews #elobservador #sanjose #california #cartoon #caricatura #Biden #trump #American ...
06/20/2019

Cartoon/Caricatura 06.14.2019



#eonews #elobservador #sanjose #california #cartoon #caricatura #Biden #trump #American #gothic

Cartoon/Caricatura 06.07.2019•••#eonews #elobservador #sanjose #california #cartoon #caricatura #Mexico #trump #Tariffs ...
06/08/2019

Cartoon/Caricatura 06.07.2019



#eonews #elobservador #sanjose #california #cartoon #caricatura #Mexico #trump #Tariffs #LopezObredor #AMLO

A new experience has opened up for fans of Disney and Star ⭐Wars. Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge introduces a brand new place ...
06/08/2019

A new experience has opened up for fans of Disney and Star ⭐Wars. Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge introduces a brand new place in the universe, filled with immersive cast member interactions, rides, and experiences.

It's up to you to decide how you make your way through the planet of Batuu. Only at Disneyland Resort.

#GalaxysEdge #StarWars

Actress Mishel Prada Gives Us an Inside Look at Season 2 of Starz Dramedy, “Vida”.
05/25/2019
El Observador 05/24/2019

Actress Mishel Prada Gives Us an Inside Look at Season 2 of Starz Dramedy, “Vida”.

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: El Observador 05/24/2019, Author: Angelica Rossi, Name: El Observador ...

This week actress Mishel Prada Gives us an inside look at season 2 of Starz dramedy, “Vida”.
05/24/2019

This week actress Mishel Prada Gives us an inside look at season 2 of Starz dramedy, “Vida”.

La importancia de los trabajadores agrícolas que ayudan a crear el vino del mundo / The Importance of Farm Workers that ...
05/17/2019
El Observador 051719

La importancia de los trabajadores agrícolas que ayudan a crear el vino del mundo / The Importance of Farm Workers that Help Create the World's Wine

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: El Observador 051719, Author: Angelica Rossi, Name: El Observador 0517...

Hay héroes entre nosotros.  Descansa en paz Kendrick Castillo. /There are heroes among us. Rest in peace Kendrick Castil...
05/12/2019

Hay héroes entre nosotros. Descansa en paz Kendrick Castillo. /

There are heroes among us. Rest in peace Kendrick Castillo.

Esta semana puede leer acerca de la crisis de especies en peligro de extinción / This week you can read about the endang...
05/12/2019

Esta semana puede leer acerca de la crisis de especies en peligro de extinción / This week you can read about the endangered species crisis going on now

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🌼💐🌸🌺🏵️ Saludos a todas las madres / Cheers to all the mothers! 🌼💐🌸🌺🏵️
05/12/2019

🌼💐🌸🌺🏵️ Saludos a todas las madres /

Cheers to all the mothers! 🌼💐🌸🌺🏵️

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An Economy and a Future That Includes All Our Citizens! As much as we might hate it the 2020 election season started the second the mid-terms were over. Many old hats on the left were surprised that many of the young Democratic candidates won while espousing progressive policies and goals. If this is any indication then to win in 2020 Democrats need to offer the poor and middle class a new, 'New Deal'. Damaged and disheartened, lied to and taken advantage of by the wealthy and those determined to hold power at any cost, they are yearning for relief and someone to actually do something to better their circumstances, and give them hope for a better future for them and their children. Healthcare for all, Free tuition at public colleges, Social Security at age 50 and some form of a limited Universal Basic Income to lift all our citizens out of abject poverty and give all our children a financial platform with which to begin their lives as productive adults in a thriving economy. I watched an episode of the business program ‘On the Money’ on Sunday July 30, 2017. The first and main topic was something called Universal Income. The idea that instead of all the poverty programs and such, the Government should just give everybody a check every month for $1000 dollars. When one considers the gap between rich and poor, the rate of automation and the fact that there will never be enough jobs to go around it might be a better way of keeping our folks out of abject poverty. The drawback was the cost. One of the commentators said it would cost upwards of 3 trillion dollars. However there is a way to reach the goal of a Universal Income, eliminating abject poverty, and at a much lower cost. Here’s how. Start by expanding Social Security. Eliminate the cap on taxable income and raise the tax to 8% from the current rate of 6.2%. Then lower the age of eligibility to 50 years. Create a stipend that will give a check to all adults and High School Grads of $1000 a month. Those who do not finish High School should have to wait till they are 20 to encourage them to finish school. They can use this fund to support them if they go to college or to help them in getting started in life. Our wealthy students are able to go to college and do well precisely because they have a financial platform to support them. This would give all our students the same support. Every child we shepherd thru College is possibly the guy who will cure cancer or invent star drive or save the planet. Investing in our children is like buying a lottery ticket for humanity! To pay for it, go to the Stock Market and place a tax of 3% on all trades to fund the stipend. The market in 2016 did, according to the World Bank, over 42 trillion in trades and a 3% tax won’t break the bank. The payments should be set up so one gradually loses the stipend as they move up the economic ladder in a way that will encourage advancement, for example one would lose $100 of the stipend for every $10,000 in reported income so that when one is making $100,000 a year they lose the stipend entirely. A basic stipend would allow us to eliminate all those poverty programs conservatives always complain about. Currently we spend a trillion dollars on some 126 anti-poverty programs and their elimination would certainly offset the cost of the stipend. Imagine the country with no one in abject poverty. Imagine the numbers of kids now being able to go to college because they have the financial support to do so. The economic force of all that spending would drive the economy to new heights and would certainly close the income gap between the rich and poor that is hurting our economy and country. A basic stipend would free workers from starving or being held in economic servitude, making only enough to pay for enough food to be able to work another 40 hours. Business would have to bid for one’s labor instead of workers begging for a job! We can take back the dignity and value our labor should produce. We can boost the spending power of the poor and middle class and leave behind the failed and greedy policy of ‘trickle down’ economics which has damaged our economy and brought about the latest version of the Great Recession! Employers would benefit too. Not having to spend on unemployment or health insurance would save them money and allow them to pay better wages. Yep, we can do this if we only have the will. We can make this country live up to the promises articulated by President Roosevelt in his famous ‘Four Freedoms” speech, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Fear and the last which always seems to be forgotten, Freedom from want! We have the power and wealth to accomplish the last of these. The mechanics are in place. The tools are available to us. Let us make a better country and thereby a better world by finishing the work set out for us by President Roosevelt some 76 years ago. Democrats can win but not with the same old mid-center or center-left policies and platform. They must offer us an economy and a vision that really works for us all, brings us together and moves the Country and its people forward to a bright future that includes all our citizens!
Join almost 400 others! Submit a 30-second online petition by 1/30/19 to stop the shutdown of two hospitals in Santa Clara County. http://sanjoseunited.net/online-petition-stop-the-shutdown-of-two-hospitals/ The petition requests that the California Attorney General stop his efforts that would unfortunately force the shutdown of two Santa Clara County hospitals by blocking their sale to the County of Santa Clara. The petition notes that you, along with residents of Santa Clara County and California, will not forget if the two hospitals are shut down due to his efforts to block the sale. An email will be sent to the California Attorney General. Santa Clara County Executive Jeff Smith will also receive the email. According to San Jose Inside on 1/25/19: “Attorney General Becerra has rejected all of our good-faith efforts to resolve his objections to the county purchasing the hospitals,’ County Executive Jeff Smith said into a bank of media microphones set up on a patio outside the County Government Center in San Jose. Smith, a lawyer and doctor, warned that ‘if O’Connor and Saint Louise hospitals close, communities in the county would lose significant access to critical healthcare. The closurs … will very likely mean that some people will suffer needless delay in obtaining critical healthcare and such delays may imperil lives.’ The $235 million sale of O’Connor and Saint Louise hospitals was approved late last month by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Los Angeles, who also overruled objections by Becerra to the county’s acquisition of the two hospitals. The attorney general has appealed that decision to U.S. District Court, and is asking the bankruptcy judge to stay his ruling pending the outcome of the appeal, which could take months. A hearing on his stay request is set for Jan. 30, with a ruling expected as early as Feb. 1. Any delay would be fatal to the two hospitals, because the county’s purchase agreement expires March 1, and there are no other offers on the table.” End of San Jose Inside 1/25/19 article content. According to the Mercury News on 1/24/19: “Officials said the closure of St. Louise will hurt a south county population that is largely Latino, has a high rate of health problems and has a higher mortality rate from diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes than the county’s overall population. O’Connor Hospital has 358 hospital beds and St. Louise has 93. ‘The nearest emergency medical center is 25, 30 miles away,’ said Rich Constantine, mayor of Morgan Hill. ‘The actions of Attorney General Becerra are literally putting a wall around south county.’ After Verity Health filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in August, more than 100 organizations reportedly looked into buying parts of the health system. The county was the only bidder for O’Connor and St. Louise hospitals, and the sale has since been approved by the bankruptcy court and is set to close in March. Smith said more than 2,000 employees of O’Connor and Saint Louise have applied for the open positions created by the county, in anticipation of the takeover this spring, and approximately 700 physicians are ready to join the expanded county hospital system. Smith said that over the next few weeks, the county will expend significant staff and financial resources to review and process job applications and onboard the physicians to the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center medical staff by the Feb. 28 deadline. If Becerra gets his stay order, hundreds of employees would lose their jobs and hundreds of physicians would lose their contracts, Smith said.” End of Mercury News 1/24/19 article content.
Join over 150 others! Submit a 30-second online petition by 1/30/19 to stop the shutdown of two hospitals in Santa Clara County. http://sanjoseunited.net/online-petition-stop-the-shutdown-of-two-hospitals/ The petition requests that the California Attorney General stop his efforts that would unfortunately force the shutdown of two Santa Clara County hospitals by blocking their sale to the County of Santa Clara. The petition notes that you, along with residents of Santa Clara County and California, will not forget if the two hospitals are shut down due to his efforts to block the sale. An email will be sent to the California Attorney General. Santa Clara County Executive Jeff Smith will also receive the email. According to San Jose Inside on 1/25/19: “The $235 million sale of O’Connor and Saint Louise hospitals was approved late last month by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Los Angeles, who also overruled objections by Becerra to the county’s acquisition of the two hospitals. The attorney general has appealed that decision to U.S. District Court, and is asking the bankruptcy judge to stay his ruling pending the outcome of the appeal, which could take months. A hearing on his stay request is set for Jan. 30, with a ruling expected as early as Feb. 1.” End of San Jose Inside 1/25/19 article content. According to the Mercury News on 1/24/19: “Officials said the closure of St. Louise will hurt a south county population that is largely Latino, has a high rate of health problems and has a higher mortality rate from diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes than the county’s overall population. O’Connor Hospital has 358 hospital beds and St. Louise has 93. ‘The nearest emergency medical center is 25, 30 miles away,’ said Rich Constantine, mayor of Morgan Hill. ‘The actions of Attorney General Becerra are literally putting a wall around south county.’ After Verity Health filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in August, more than 100 organizations reportedly looked into buying parts of the health system. The county was the only bidder for O’Connor and St. Louise hospitals, and the sale has since been approved by the bankruptcy court and is set to close in March. Smith said more than 2,000 employees of O’Connor and Saint Louise have applied for the open positions created by the county, in anticipation of the takeover this spring, and approximately 700 physicians are ready to join the expanded county hospital system. Smith said that over the next few weeks, the county will expend significant staff and financial resources to review and process job applications and onboard the physicians to the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center medical staff by the Feb. 28 deadline. If Becerra gets his stay order, hundreds of employees would lose their jobs and hundreds of physicians would lose their contracts, Smith said.” End of Mercury News 1/24/19 article content.