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As part of their year-long 50 Years y Más Celebration, Hope CommUnity Center is excited to announce the City of Apopka’s first-ever Pride Celebration. more
The study, Pesticides, and Environmental Injustice in the USA: Root Causes, Current Regulatory Reinforcement, and a Path Forward, is the first-ever comprehensive assessment of U.S. disparities in pesticide protections and oversight. more
As eaters, we can work to make sure the food we buy isn’t exploiting farmworkers. How? By supporting farmworker-led food programs, campaigns and opportunities, as shared here. more
State lawmakers have approved a bill this session that would allow juveniles to get into diversion programs if they have not been charged with “forcible felonies". more
For Medicaid recipients in Florida, however, home-based care can be difficult to find because of long waiting lists and high turnover among underpaid homecare workers. more
The Farmworker's Association of Florida in Apopka is fighting for a ban on pesticides that cause leaning disabilities in children. They triumphed in part just this year, but much more is needed. more
US Representative in Congress Val Demings shares the most recent opportunities for federal grants in District 10, to help fund solutions to real-world issues. more
The Seminole Tribe of Florida suspended its new sports-betting operation Saturday following a federal appellate court decision late Friday that did not go the tribe’s way. The tribe had … more
by Issac Morgan, Florida Phoenix A federal judge has ruled that a group of young offenders can sue the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice over its use of solitary confinement in its detention … more
Student groups have always been the spawning grounds of social activists that take part in both local and global changes, and that's no different for the BLM Movement. more
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