The Next Generation of Women in STEM

The Next Generation of Women in STEM

Long Beach VoiceWaves, Commentary, Karen Marin, Posted: Mar 01, 2015

High school junior Karen Marin writes that even as more of her female peers are pushing the career envelope, few are doing so in STEM fields.


For a Few Lucky Seniors, Happy Endings in Living Situations


The Virginian-Pilot/New America Media , News Report, Elizabeth Simpson, Posted: Feb 26, 2015

Low and middle-income elders have few safe housing-and-health care options, but some are benefiting from service-rich programs that should be expanded.


Elder Abuse Rising in Care Facilities Mixing the Frail and the Disturbed


The Virginian-Pilot/New America Media , News Report, Elizabeth Simpson, Posted: Feb 25, 2015

Seniors unable to afford private care homes are increasingly victimized by other residents placed in poorly funded homes with dementia or mental illness.


Limited English Proficiency Plays Role in CA’s Low Voter Turnout Rates of Asians and Latinos


New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Feb 23, 2015

With one in nine eligible California voters speaking only limited English, many don’t know what help and services are available to them in the electoral process.


San Francisco Seniors Cross the Digital Divide


KALW Public Radio/New America Media , News Feature, Jen Chien, Posted: Feb 20, 2015

If you think older Americans can’t learn digital tricks, SF Connected has a myth-busting class for you.


Why Immigrant Rights Advocates Aren’t Worried About Texas Judge’s Ruling


New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Feb 17, 2015

A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked Obama’s executive actions on immigration from going into effect.


Spotting and Avoiding Scams in Ethnic Communities


New America Media, News Report, George White, Posted: Feb 12, 2015

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has launched a campaign looking to highlight scams targeting ethnic and immigrant communities.

West Coast Port Employers Expect Shutdown Due to Congestion


Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Feb 11, 2015

Operators of port terminals and shipping lines do not want to lock out the longshoremen, but a move would be inevitable if cargo congestion persists at ports that handle about $1 trillion in trade annually, said Pacific Maritime Association CEO James McKenna.


Six Views of Community Policing


Long Beach VoiceWaves, Question & Answer, Michael Lozano, Posted: Feb 09, 2015

Long Beach VoiceWaves asked activists and residents for their views on steps by the LBPD to improve community ties.


Why Medicaid’s Racism Drove Historically-Black Nursing Home Bankrupt


The Crisis/New America Media , News Analysis, Wallace Roberts, Posted: Feb 03, 2015

Pittsburgh’s Lemington Home served black elders for 122 years before falling victim to poor management and historically racist Medicaid rules.

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