Honoring César Chávez
Op Ed by Rubén Martínez, Ph.D.
César Chávez died near his hometown of Yuma, AZ on April 22, 1993 at the age of 66. Chávez was in San Luis, AZ to assist UFW attorneys defend the union against a lawsuit brought by Bruce Church Inc. (BCI), a giant California-based lettuce and vegetable producer.
Eastern Michigan University's 12th annual César Chávez celebration
YPSILANTI: Eastern Michigan University is the most diverse university in Michigan, which it holds as a defining and singular strength. As part of that, EMU is proud to host various events throughout the year that celebrate all races, cultures and ethnicities.
Por: Isabel Flores, corresponsal La Prensa
DETROIT, MI: La Comisión Nacional de Libros de Textos Gratuitos (Conaliteg) cuenta en su portal de internet con el acervo digital de todos los libros de texto gratuitos para el ciclo escolar 2019 - 2020. El catálogo puede consultarse en la dirección: http:/libros.conaliteg.gob.mx De esta manera, los niños podrán mantenerse entretenidos con información en su propio idioma y estar al día con sus materias, mientras se encuentran en casa por la contingencia.
Census 2020: Todos Debemos ser Contados
On April 1st, 2020 the 24th decennial census of the United States will begin a count of all persons residing in the U.S., including non-citizens. It is very important that all persons are counted, as the results are used to ensure legislative representation and that government resources are distributed fairly.
Ohio Issues “Stay at Home” Order
COLUMBUS, March 23, 2020: Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D. MPH, have announced that Ohio will be under a “Stay at Home” order.
Officials report Michigan's 9th death attributed to COVID-19
COREY WILLIAMS, Associated Press
ANN ARBOR, March 22, 2020 (AP): Michigan's ninth coronavirus-related death was reported Sunday in Washtenaw County where officials now suspect community transmission, as the statewide total number of COVID-19 cases rose to 1,035.
México turns to cartoon character for coronavirus education
March 21, 2020: The Mexican government has created a super-woman style cartoon character called ``Susana Distancia,” a play on the Spanish words for ``A Healthy Distance,” to remind people to keep apart to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
LMHA implements the Agency’s Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
TOLEDO, March 23, 2020: Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority’s (LMHA) mission is to “create and maintain sustainable, affordable housing opportunities, provide pathways to a better quality of life, and empower vibrant communities.” To accomplish this mission, LMHA must ensure its operations are performed efficiently with minimal disruption—especially during an emergency.
Due to COVID-19 many businesses are closed and events are being cancelled or postponed. Call ahead to check for cancellations and rescheduled dates.
Tri-C working with PCs for People to Provide Computers for students
March 25, 2020: Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) is teaming with PCs for People to provide computers to students so they can continue their studies as Tri-C shifts to online delivery of many classes following the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Letter to the Editor from Grand Rapids Public Schools
Message from The Fair Housing Center, which shifts to remote services amid COVID-19 concerns
Imagination Station’s Response to COVID-19
Letter from The Toledo Museum of Art
Dear Tri-C students, faculty, and staff:
CPL expands closure during COVID-19 pandemic
THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF TOLEDO COVID EMERGENCY ORDER
Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority official statement about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
Toledo Sister Cities International Festival postponed until Sept. 12