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Updates from Governor DeWine’s Press Conference -COVID-19 Update – July 30, 2020

Below are the updates from Governor DeWine’s press conference yesterday.  The next press conference is currently scheduled for Tuesday, August 4th at 2:00 PM.  Ohio’s COVID-19 case data is below: 84,862 confirmed cases 4,764 probable cases 89,626 total cases 10,678 hospitalizations 3,177 confirmed deaths 265 probable deaths 3,442 total deaths 2,534 ICU admissions More data is available …

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Campamento Virtual GRATIS / Levitt Virtual Songwriting Camp

  El Levitt Pavilion Dayton está ofreciendo un campamento virtual GRATIS para aprender a escribir canciones del 3 al 7 de agosto (10.30am-12.30pm cada día) para estudiantes de 11 a 18 años. El link para apuntarse es éste: https://artasmentorship.org/levittcamp/ Vea el PDF – Summer camp one sheet  para mas informacion. Levitt Virtual Songwriting Camp August 3-7 Have you …

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Ohio statewide mask mandate / Mandato de Uso de Cubrebocas en el estado de Ohio

** Ohio Statewide Mask Mandate ** ** Mandato de Uso de Cubrebocas en el estado de Ohio ** Governor DeWine announced that beginning on Thursday, July 23, at 6:00 PM, a statewide mask mandate will go into effect for citizens living in all 88 Ohio counties. All individuals in Ohio must wear facial coverings in public at …

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Free virtual training from the National Hispanic and Latino Mental Health

Free virtual training from the National Hispanic and Latino Mental Health Technology Transfer Center This four-hour online session, divided in two days, will discuss an evidence-based modular approach to help children, adolescents, adults, and families immediately after a disaster and terrorism. It is intended to provide tools and techniques for rapid response teams, service providers, healthcare professionals, and volunteers. …

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The LatinEd Connection – Summer Edition

Latinodayton.org

Summer 2020 Edition Dear students, families, and friends, We hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy, while remaining vigilant during these challenging times. LNESC staff continue to work on providing educational resources to our students, while exploring creative and innovative approaches to virtual learning and online education opportunities. As we are responding to the …

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ORAL NARRATIVES OF LATIN@S IN OHIO (ONLO) ON YOUR COVID-19 EXPERIENCES

Latin@stories during COVID19 social media flyer SPANISH

PLEASE SEE INVIATION BELOW FROM COMMISIONER DR. FOULIS AN INVITATION TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE ARCHIVE, ORAL NARRATIVES OF LATIN@S IN OHIO (ONLO) ON YOUR COVID-19 EXPERIENCES We invite the Latina/o/x community in Ohio to contribute to the archive, Oral Narratives of Latin@s in Ohio (ONLO), which documents life stories of the Latina/o/x community across generations, decades, and heritages. In …

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La ciudad de Dayton, Ohio paso un decreto para usar mascaras mandatoriamente, empezando el Viernes 3 de Julio a las 8 de la mañana.

La ciudad de Dayton, Ohio paso un decreto para usar mascaras mandatoriamente, empezando el Viernes 3 de Julio a las 8 de la mañana. Dayton city ordinance on mandatory wearing of face masks begins 8 a.m. Friday ‘We’re not encouraging people to get into fights about this,’ Mayor Whaley said. https://www.whio.com/news/dayton-city-commission-vote-mask-mandate/pYURlNEWbH8Dd2wEtbInPM/ La nueva ordinanza las …

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El Censo del 2020 – Español

La Corte Suprema mantiene vivo el programa DACA que protege a miles de dreamers

  Noticias de Univision – La Corte Suprema mantiene vivo el programa DACA que protege a miles de dreamers La Corte Suprema de Justicia dictaminó este jueves que el gobierno de Donald Trump no puede proceder de inmediato con su plan para poner fin a DACA, un programa que protege de la deportación a unos …

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Supreme Court Rules Against Trump Administration In DACA Case

Updated at 11:34 a.m. ET A narrowly divided U.S. Supreme Court extended a life-support line to some 650,000 so-called DREAMers on Thursday, allowing them to remain safe from deportation for now, while the Trump administration jumps through the administrative hoops that the court said are required before ending the program. The vote was 5-4 with …

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