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WTOS Helps Launch Innovative Software Training Project for Low-Income Youth

New Computers, New Mindset, San Angelo Standard Times


VIP Leaders Pin Phoenix Mayoral Candidates


AMOS Fights for Quality Healthcare & Celebrates Victories

"'Iowa's revamped mental health care system must include more state workers so that care is easier to access and is funded properly,' an advocate said Sunday..."

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Bay Area IAF ‘Reclaims Citizenship’ with 400 Leaders

In a large scale effort to help California IAF leaders address the state's economy and challenges facing state and local officials, over 400 Bay Area IAF leaders convened in an October conference, joined by economists, thinkers, demographers, and other state power players. Leaders told stories illustrating how the downturn has hurt families and communities, reflected on their faith traditions and strategized around local opportunities. The conference helped energize regional strategies around immigration and identify training opportunities on housing and education.


AMOS Launches Project IOWA

"I'm excited. I'm very excited, about the whole thing," says the customer service rep. "I want a career, not just a job."

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TMO & Bishops Advance Immigration Efforts

"The prayer service, sponsored by The Metropolitan Organization ...is part of the Houston Area Interfaith Campaign for Humane Immigration Reform, which has reach thousands of Houstonians with its trainings in over the past two years....The service was followed by a series of workshops on human trafficking, work and wages, and pending federal legislation and policy."

[Photo Credit: Johnny Hanson/ Houston Chronicle]

Houston Clergy, Politicians Gather for Immigration Prayer Service, Houston Chronicle

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VIDA Awarded $1.4 Million for Workforce Development in Rio Grande Valley

"VIDA's career pathways model is comprehensive and ambitious, beginning with our College Prep Academy." -- Myra Garcia, Executive Director of VIDA

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Pomona Leaders Speak Out on Proposed Waste Site

"The Rev. Julie Roberts-Fronk, pastor at First Christian Church and a leader with One LA, said there are no proposed plans that would ensure careful oversight by outside agencies of the project. In the past, city residents opposed other waste facility proposals, Roberts-Fronk said.

'It was a bad idea then,' she said.

'It's a bad idea now!' ...the audience responded."

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California Vehicle Impoundment Law Changed

"In the past year, the North Bay Sponsoring Committee, made up of nine religious congregations in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, has worked with law enforcement to craft a more discretionary policy." -- Press Democrat

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