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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Build the Northern Wall!

Build the Northern Wall!

by Daniel Nardini No, I do not mean that! I no more want to see the U.S. government build a wall between the United States and Canada anymore than I… Read more »

Pulse: One Year Later

Pulse: One Year Later

By: Ashmar Mandou On the one-year anniversary of the tragic shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando on June 12th of last year, hundreds held a vigil in remembrance of those… Read more »

Knowing the Risks of Obesity and Pregnancy

Knowing the Risks of Obesity and Pregnancy

By: Physician Kecia Gaither, MD Edited by Lawndale Bilingual Newspaper One-third of Americans today are classified as obese, and another one-third considered overweight. And according to the U.S. Centers for… Read more »

Foods Nutritionists Keep in Their Fridges

Foods Nutritionists Keep in Their Fridges

Having the right mix of nutritious foods on hand helps with eating a well-balanced meal and helps to curb unhealthy behavior. Below are just a few examples of how to… Read more »

“Healthcare in Disaster Situations: Your Voice Matters”

“Healthcare in Disaster Situations: Your Voice Matters”

Disastrous events in your community—like a tornado, long power outage, or disease outbreak—can strain health care resources. Knowing what to expect and having a plan can help you and your… Read more »

AMA Adopts New Policies to Improve the Health of Immigrants and Refugees

AMA Adopts New Policies to Improve the Health of Immigrants and Refugees

The American Medical Association (AMA) voted to adopt new policies aimed at improving and protecting the health of immigrants and refugees who have come to the United States. The new… Read more »

Oscar Lopez Rivera, a Symbol of Hope

Oscar Lopez Rivera, a Symbol of Hope

By: Ashmar Mandou For nearly three decades, posters and effervescent murals depicting the life of political activist Oscar Lopez Rivera adorned a strip of Division Street, known as Paseo Boricua…. Read more »

Chicago Hip-Hop Theater Festival Returns to Clarendon Park

Chicago Hip-Hop Theater Festival Returns to Clarendon Park

The Chicago Hip-Hop Theater Festival (CHHTF), “Sound Da Alarm,” is coming back to Clarendon Park, 4501 N. Clarendon, June 14-18. The festival is a platform for community building and provides… Read more »

CPS Students Meet with STEM Professionals

CPS Students Meet with STEM Professionals

Over 340 students from seven CPS high schools with at least 80 percent of Latino student population were invited to learn and explore STEM-related fields at HACE’s first Annual STEM… Read more »

Hennessy Sponsors Adidas Tango and Modern Notoriety Release

Hennessy Sponsors Adidas Tango and Modern Notoriety Release

On May 26th, Hennessy sponsored the Adidas Tango and Modern Notoriety release event for the new Adidas Tango soccer apparel line at 1st Ward Events. The celebration included a live… Read more »