Mexicans in Miami Show Solidarity With Protests in Mexico

Published in WLRN and Cancunissimo. From Mexico City to Miami, protesters gathered in front of Mexican government offices and consulates Thursday, voicing their frustration in the case of the missing students. Protesters in Miami were wearing black and holding candles and signs with messages against their country’s government. Ramon Hernandez has been in Miami for […]

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An exploration of death and dirt

Story for NPR’s Next Generation Radio 2014 in Seattle. Grace Seidel, 55, recently decided to have her remains composted once she dies. Seidel has a passion for death and dirt which reinforces the idea of her body going back to the earth. “It’s easier for me to just know that when my life s over, […]

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Miami-Dade Moms Among The Highest In C-Section Rates

Story published WLRN-Miami Herald News. Although the World Health Organization recommends Cesarean rates stay between 10 and 15 percent, last year almost half of all babies born in Miami-Dade County were delivered by C-section. That’s a 49-percent rate. According to the Florida Department of Health, the cesarean rate in Miami-Dade County has been steadily growing during the […]

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