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Galindo fights for City Heights

Galindo fights for City Heights

December 8, 2015

Sandra Galindo is fired up, and taking her issues straight to the top. Galindo, the bilingual mother of three daughters, is a product of the academia...

Medio Social — Estudiante sobrevive cruel encierro

Medio Social — Estudiante sobrevive cruel encierro

May 15, 2014

Cualquier persona que conozca a Marlene García por primera vez, no imagina qué hay detrás de esa tímida sonrisa. La serenidad que su cara refleja...

City’s journalists win state-wide competition

City’s journalists win state-wide competition

April 15, 2014

City College student journalists Sandra Galindo, Chris Handloser and Antonio Marquez earned awards at this year’s Journalism Association of Community C...

¿Debemos ganar $15 en SD?

¿Debemos ganar $15 en SD?

April 15, 2014

“¿Quince dólares la hora el salario mínimo en San Diego? Olvídalo. Nunca se va a lograr”, me dijo el organizador de un sindicato, moviendo la cabeza...

Medio Social — No se rindan en obtener la ciudadania

Medio Social — No se rindan en obtener la ciudadania

April 9, 2014

Pintan la ciudadanía como una oportunidad que te cambia la vida, pero para muchos inmigrantes de la clase trabajadora es una meta inalcanzable. Eso es ...

Agentes bajo la lupa

Agentes bajo la lupa

April 7, 2014

“¿Qué sientes al parar a mi gente? ¿Qué sientes al saber que tienes el poder de frenar sus sueños?,” le pregunté a nue...

Minimum wage is not enough

Sandra Galindo

December 14, 2013

Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King died fighting against the oppression of workers. He was working on The Poor People’s Campaign; a campaign demanding economic and human rights for all, regardless of race. To honor the anniversary of this fight, many events across the United States were held. But the reality is that the changes accomplished by Dr. King have not improved ...

Behind the political curtain

Sandra Galindo

November 13, 2013

Many people are angry about San Diego's special election on Nov. 19, not only because it’s expected to cost taxpayers nearly $5 million but because it’s a bitter reminder of Mayor Bob Filner’s resignation as a result of allegations of sexual harassment.But the special election was like music to the ears of low-income, part-time or unemployed workers because...

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