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34° RECAUDACIÓN DE FONDOS ANUAL SE CELEBRARÁ COMO UN EVENTO VIRTUAL EN VIVO 17 DE ENERO DE 2022. Lancaster, Pa. - Durante casi 100 años, el Centro Comunitario Crispus Attucks (CACC) se ha mantenido en Lancaster como un pilar de la historia y el legado de los afroamericanos.
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Nuevos comienzos en la ciudad de Lebanon

Q'Hubo News-Features / Destacados8 de noviembre de 2021. La demócrata Aurelis Figueroa ganó oficialmente su candidatura a juez magistrado de distrito contra el republicano James Capello. Muchos pueden pensar que este proceso ha terminado, pero esto es solo el comienzo. Cuando Aurelis se dio cuenta de que había ganado, se quedó sin habla. No podía creer lo que acababa de pasar, su objetivo era esperar hasta que se certificaran los resultados antes de poder reclamar la victoria.
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César Liriano busca hacer historia al convertirse en el primer hispano en convertirse en alcalde del Lebanon

César Liriano busca hacer historia al convertirse en el primer hispano en ser elegido alcalde del Líbano. Vino de República Dominicana cuando tenía diecinueve años. Cesar ha estado en Lebanon, Pennsylvania durante 17 años. Lebanon, Pensilvania, una ciudad con un 44 por ciento de hispanos según los datos del censo , ha aumentado rápidamente su comunidad hispana en los últimos 3 años. Cuando el huracán María pasó por Puerto Rico, muchos se vieron afectados y tuvieron que migrar.
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9 Pandemic Words That Almost No One Gets Right

One of the best and toughest parts of being a science writer is acting as a kind of jargon liaison. Weird, obscure, aggressively multisyllabic words appear in scientific discourse; I, wielding nothing but a Google Doc, a cellphone, and the Powers of the Internet™, wrest these terms from their academic hidey-holes and try to pin them down with some endearing yet accurate analogy. If I do my job well, sometimes readers never even need to see the original word, because there’s a more approachable way to describe it.

Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Mexican President López Obrador

The following is attributable to Spokesperson Ned Price:. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken met with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador today in Mexico City. Secretary Blinken was joined by U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas and Attorney General Merrick Garland. President López Obrador was joined by Foreign Secretary Ebrard, Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection Rosa Icela Rodriguez, Secretary of the Interior Adán Augusto López Hernández, and Secretary of Defense General Luis Crescensio Sandoval. Secretary Blinken and President López Obrador discussed the importance of the U.S.-Mexico bilateral relationship and progress towards advancing our shared security interests through the High-Level Security Dialogue. Secretary Blinken thanked President López Obrador for Mexico’s coordination on a range of security and economic issues, as well as Mexico’s contributions to coordinated migration management in the region.

Muted stock markets today, but decline evident in October

The FTSE 100 index inched up by a marginal 0.2% in today’s trading. The FTSE 250 index on the other hand, was marginally down by 0.1%. This is a continuation of the trend seen earlier during the week as well, which is, that the FTSE 250 index is weakening more compared to the FTSE 100.

Why Dmitry Muratov’s Nobel Peace Prize Matters for Russia’s Journalists

Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov was named alongside Maria Ressa as a Nobel Peace Prize winner on Friday in recognition of his efforts to defend freedom of expression. Muratov has less of an international profile than Filipino journalist Ressa, who was one of the “Guardians” of the free press TIME named as Person of the Year in 2018, but journalists and critics of the Russian government have widely welcomed his selection.

5 Workplace Trends Job Hunters Need to Know Right Now, According to Career Experts

It’s a strange time to be applying for jobs. Millions of people lost work in 2020 when COVID-19 hit the U.S. Just a little over a year later — amid an impressive economic recovery — employers are now having trouble getting workers back. Businesses are so desperate that on top of the usual perks like more money and flexibility, they’re offering up free college tuition and child-care benefits, and are even eliminating drug tests.

The Weeknd Named Goodwill Ambassador of United Nations World Food Programme

The Weeknd was appointed the newest Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations World Food Programme at a formal reception on Tuesday (Oct. 7) in Los Angeles. Hosted at West Hollywood’s Ysabel restaurant, the board members of the U.N. World Food Programme were joined by major music executives such as Universal Music Group chairman/CEO Lucian Grange, Universal Music Publishing Group chairman/CEO Jody Gerson, Motown Records chairman/CEO Ethiopia Habtemariam, Columbia Records co-head of urban music Shawn Holliday, and The Weeknd’s manager Wassim “Sal” Slaiby as well as his wife Rima Fakih Slaiby, who was appointed to the WFP’s USA division board of directors in April. Upon arrival, attendees were given a colorful pinwheel brooch that represented the U.N.’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals established in 2015. The mustard yellow-colored portion, representing goal No. 2, is for “zero hunger.” The U.N. World Food Programme provides life-saving food assistance to more than 100 million people living in more than 80 countries every year.