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NLRB sides with workers fired by Amazon

By Tere SiqueiraClaims of unfair labor practices at Amazon are becoming a common topic.About 37 lawsuits have been filed since February 2020, as media outlets have reported. And now, as The New York Times and other media outlets have reported, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) might file a complaint against Amazon – the company’s […]

El Escorpión Dorado, Reta a presidente de TV Azteca

El youtuber Escorpión Dorado ha retado con un mensaje al dueño de Tv Azteca, Salinas Pliego, a una entrevista ¿Qué ha respondido?Resulta que al próximo que tiene en la mira El Escorpión Dorado es a Ricardo Salinas Pliego, a  quien quiere invitar a su camioneta para grabarlo y hacerle unas divertidas preguntas mientras pasean por […]

Mexican Consulate hosts COVID-19 vaccination event

By Angie Baldelomar On Tuesday (March 30), the Consulate of Mexico in Kansas City, Missouri, held a COVID-19 vaccination event to reach those disproportionately affected by the pandemic.In partnership with Truman Medical Centers (TMC), the consulate administered 210 first doses of the Pfizer vaccine to those with appointments. They included Mexican nationals and other members […]

New mural at Kauffman School features work of area artists

By Angie Baldelomar Area artists Isaac Tapia and Rodrigo “Rico” Alvarez have unveiled a new mural at the Ewing Marion Kauffman School in Kansas City, Missouri.The mural — part of a five-mural project commissioned to Spray KC — features Cesar Chavez, Claudette Colvin, Amanda Gorman, Emma Gonzalez and the honorable late Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg.“These […]

Survivor shares abuse story to raise awareness

By Angie BaldelomarChildren remain the most vulnerable population for all kinds of abuse.This is exacerbated by parents not talking with their children about boundaries and what situations merit going to them for help, as sexual abuse survivor Gerardo can attest.Gerardo — who spoke on the condition of anonymity — said he was never told what […]

Asteroids named after African American, Hispanic and Native American astronauts

By Roberta Pardo NASA has named 27 asteroids after African American, Hispanic and Native American astronauts and a cosmonaut to recognize their significant contributions in expanding “our horizons beyond Earth and to inspire the next generation of space explorers,” an official press release stated.Among the 27 people who inspired the new asteroid names is Jose […]