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The Story of Cesar Chavez

United Farm Workers

The Story of Cesar Chavez THE BEGINNING The story of Cesar Estrada Chavez begins near Yuma, Arizona. Cesar was born on March 31, 1927. He was named after his grandfather, Cesario. Regrettably, the story of Cesar Estrada Chavez also ends near Yuma, Arizona. He passed away on April 23, 1993, …

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Open for Business Packages

Open For Business Packages with KJLH

KJLH understands that Small businesses are the back bone of our community. You have always been in our communities to offer the very best in products and services, and we’re here to assist you by offering very affordable advertising packages. If you’re an essential business that is still open or …

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UPS & L.A. Partnership During Coronavirus Crisis


Los Angeles will be the first city in America to have a partnership with UPS in order to deliver and pick up COVID-19 tests, Mayor Eric Garcetti said during his daily remote briefing on the city’s coronavirus response Friday. Throughout the city, 5,000 people have been tested since Monday, and …

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Coronavirus Stimulus Package F.A.Q.: Checks, Unemployment and More

Stimulus Package

Congress has agreed on a $2 trillion economic relief plan to offer assistance to tens of millions of American households affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Its components include stimulus payments to individuals, expanded unemployment coverage, student loan changes, different retirement account rules and more. President Trump was expected to sign …

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Several Banks Agree to Help Customers During Coronavirus Crisis

5 of largest U.S. banks to suspend mortgage payments

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Five of the nation’s largest banks agreed to temporarily suspend residential mortgage payments for people affected by the coronavirus, California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday. The announcement came as Newsom provided yet another grim statistic about the economic devastation from the virus: 1 million Californians have filed for unemployment benefits since …

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How To File for Unemployment Due to the Coronavirus Crisis

how to file for unemployment

As workers lose jobs or have their hours reduced during the coronavirus outbreak, many Californians will turn to unemployment benefits for help. The state is already seeing a surge in claims. For the week ending March 14, there were 58,208 claims processed, a 34% increase over the previous week, according …

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Not Everyone Agrees with Lionel Richie Suggestion

Lionel Richie

Lionel Richie wants to do his part during the coronavirus pandemic. According to People, Richie wants to remake the 1985 song “We Are the World” to help raise funds for relief efforts. “What happened in China, in Europe, it came here. So if we don’t save our brothers there, it’s …

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Coronavirus: Torrance Transit now offering free rides

Torrance Transit now offering free rides

Torrance Transit is now allowing passengers to ride for free, but is requiring them to use the rear entry to minimize interactions between riders and drivers. (Photo by Nick Green, Daily Breeze/SCNG, Feb. 12, 2020). Torrance Transit has suspended collecting bus fares indefinitely and is requiring most passengers to use …

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The Los Angeles Mayor Allows Delivery of Alcoholic Beverages

The Los Angeles Mayor Allows Delivery of Alcoholic Beverages

Mayor also announced that hundred of motel and hotel rooms are being secured to allow homeless people to self-isolate. A day after scolding them for crowding beaches, hiking spots and other public areas, Mayor Eric Garcetti gave Angelenos an opportunity take the edge off by announcing that restaurants and bars …

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Meals for Families Information IC Student Preparedness Information IC Parent Free Resources Information Resources To Help Those In Need In LA County Amid Coronavirus

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