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by Fernando Mendez Something about the announcement that Trump tested positive for Covid-19 made us think that nature has a way to extract justice. There is no reason to celebrate that the president contracted the illness that he ignored at the start, only to state later that it would not last. We sensed genuine concern […]

by Fernando Mendez It is now obvious why Donald Trump said he didn’t need to prepare for the debate against Joe Biden. He did not go to the debate to present his vision for the future, to defend his record, and perhaps to say “I can do better” if the American people give decontrol of both […]

by Fernando Mendez In the 2016 election many voters chose to give a vote to the Green Party or the Libertarian Party to send a message to the “establishment,” that their vote must not be taken for granted. Think again. If as a person concerned about environmental degradation you chose to vote for Jill Stein, […]

Dated April 09, 2020

Date: October 17th, 2019 Mentally ill offenders possess a unique set of circumstances and needs. Too often, the cycle through the criminal justice system without appropriate care to address their mental health needs has become a draconian issue for the twenty-six correctional institution in Pennsylvania – prisons are no longer lockups for America’s worst offenders; […]

Philadelphia, PA. Thinking Constellationally is connecting the Dots between Systems of Inequity, and Between Ourselves and Our Neighbors. The show will highlight root causes of poverty and homelessness, what we need to do to overcome it, how poverty is connected to other systems of inequity, and how we can connect with our neighbors to build a […]

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 2019 The Philadelphia School District has closed two schools indefinitely after renovations uncovered deadly asbestos. The closure of the schools, housed in the same building, comes just weeks after a longtime teacher in the city’s schools was diagnosed with mesothelioma, an incurable cancer most often caused by asbestos exposure. News of the closure and the […]

By Matt Miller | Date Octuber 7th, 2019 A 75-year-old midstate doctor who insisted he was showing compassion, not criminal intent, when he prescribed thousands of pills of opioid painkillers to a patient as they sat in his van won’t be going to federal prison.  Instead, after an array of witnesses testified to his decades […]

Por Anna Almendrala, Octuber 3rd, 2019California Healthline Llevaba 12 años comprándole cremas faciales a la amiga de una amiga. La última vez fue Rejuveness, una versión de la crema antiarrugas de la compañía Pond’s que se fabrica y vende en México. Pero alguien en el estado mexicano de Jalisco mezcló la crema con un compuesto […]

Written by USALA Media Date: October 1st, 2019 Master percussionist Pablo Batista has performed, recorded and toured internationally for 30 years with some of the biggest stars in rhythm and blues, jazz, Latin, pop, and gospel. Philadelphia, Pa.  On September 27th, 2019, Pa Communications and USALA Media had the distinct honor of recognizing Master percussionist Pablo Batista for National […]