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An undated handout photo released by Ford Motor Company on Mar. 23, 2011 shows a new Ford Ranger pickup truck drives through a stream at an undisclosed location.
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Ford has recalled 2,902 units of the 2006 Ranger pickup trucks, equipped with an airbag made by the Japanese company Takata, after confirming that the death last year of an occupant of one of the affected vehicles was caused by an exploding airbag.

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Reflexiones de Rivera en el Mes de la Hispanidad

 09/22/2016 - 12:08

Las celebraciones son momentos para abrazarnos y gozar, y son también paradójicamente, momentos para mirarnos así mismos y evaluar el recorrido.  Uno de los hijos favoritos de la comunidad Hispana y amigo de este medio, el Secretario de Educación Pedro Rivera, conversó con AL DÍA con motivo del Mes de la Hispanidad.

Pedro Rivera, para quienes no lo saben o no lo recuerdan, es el Secretario de Educación de Pennsylvania desde 2015, nombrado por el gobernador Wolf entre otras razones gracias a su exitoso paso como director del Distrito Escolar de Lancaster. 

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Latinos Making History at AL DIA's 1st Annual Latino History Luncheon

 09/22/2016 - 10:38
Five champions of the Latino community were awarded for their services at ALDIA's 1st Annual Latino History Luncheon. (From left to right) PA Secretary of Education, Pedro Rivera, Karla Hurley, President of Global Bilingual Solutions, the Honorable Nelson Diaz, Exec. Director of Norris Square Civic Association Patricia DeCarlo, and PA Secretary of State, Pedro Cortes. Photo: Peter Fitzpatrick/ALDIA News.

Five pillars of the Latino community were awarded at ALDIA's 1st Annual Latino History Luncheon which was held at the Union League in downtown Philadelphia yesterday. Pennsylvania Secretary of Education, Pedro Rivera was given the Champion of Education award.

The Champion of Entrepreneurship award was given to Karla Hurley, President of Global Bilingual Solutions, while the Champion of Justice award was given to the Honorable Nelson Diaz. 

Jacqueline Unanue, Chilean artist, opens a show at St. Asaph Gallery

 09/20/2016 - 17:16

As spectators filed in on September 16, the windows of the round gallery stayed open to let in a dying summer breeze, inviting the confusion of Jacqueline Unanue’s recently hung paintings with more windows. Though they may not be windows in a traditional sense, these selected works from two new series do serve a similar function: they let in the light and colors of a space external to us.

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Liliana Frankel

Abre exposición de Jacqueline Unanue, artista chilena, en St. Asaph Gallery

 09/20/2016 - 16:34

Mientras el aula redonda de St. Asaph Gallery se llenaba con espectadores, sus ventanas quedaban abiertas a las brisas del verano moribundo, detalle que al primero me permitió confundir las pinturas recién colgadas entre ellas con unas ventanas más. Y aunque no sean ventanas de la forma tradicional, las obras de las dos series nuevas de Jacqueline Unanue sí sirven una función similar: nos traen la luz y los colores de un espacio exterior.

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Liliana Frankel

Muralista mexicano local revela nueva iniciativa cultural en Penn’s Landing

 09/19/2016 - 14:17

Reconocido artista y defensor social César Viveros Herrera, principalmente conocido por su mural innovador en honor al Papa durante el Encuentro Mundial de Familias en 2015, está llevando a cabo otro mural que espera aumentar la visibilidad de la creciente población inmigrante mexicana en Filadelfia.

Panorama: El caso de la financiación equitativa para la educación pública

 09/19/2016 - 12:00

El martes 13 de septiembre la Corte Suprema de Pennsylvania se reunió en City Hall para decidir si consideraría un pleito que propone que el método actual de distribuir fondos para la educación viola la constitución estatal.

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Liliana Frankel

Explainer: Fair funding for public education goes to trial in Philadelphia

 09/16/2016 - 11:25

On Tuesday, September 13, Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court convened in City Hall to decide whether it would hear a lawsuit arguing that the current method of funding education at the state level violates the state constitution. The decision has yet to be announced, but the wait time is a chance to look closely at the context of the case and try to understand what’s at stake for the community.

 

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Liliana Frankel

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