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by Maria Pe–a, La Opinion Los j—venes latinos como Jennifer Recinos est‡n a la vanguardia de la creciente participaci—n electoral de esta minor’a, y las redes sociales son el im‡n perfecto para atraerlos a las urnas, segœn un estudio difundido…

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by Nicole Akoukou Thompson, the Latin Post Civic participation rates may be lower for Latinos than other ethnic/racial groups, but it’s higher than ever for the population. Improved educational opportunities, unparalleled social media engagement and community involvement demonstrates Latinos’ aptitude…

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Interview on Univision with Ilir Zherka [email protected][id=114jbcurl1363]@ El segundo debate entre pre-candidatos republicanos le dio nueva energ’a a algunos de los aspirantes, mientras que otros se mostraron mas dŽbiles. Los analistas pol’ticos Alfonso Aguilar y Rocio Velez explican cuales fueron…

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by Niki Kelly, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette INDIANAPOLIS Ð Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller and the Indiana Tech Law School in Fort Wayne are co-sponsoring a Civic Engagement Seminar aimed at improving IndianaÕs civic health. The first Indiana Civic Health…

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by Daniella Abinum in USA Today College Exponentially more apply to spend a year working on a range of social and environmental issues than there are positions available through the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC), says the congressionally chartered organization…

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via Missouri State University News Barred windows, crumbling buildings, no safe green space for children to play, broken glass, barbed wire and hypodermic needles Ð this is the gritty picture Dr. Mike Stout paints of a rough neighborhood in North…

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2015 Michigan Civic Health Index Shows Disparities in Michiganders Civic Health Performance A report released by the Michigan Nonprofit Association, in conjunction with the National Conference on Citizenship, measures the engagement of Michigan residents in important civic activities such as…

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by Jayson Busso, MiBiz.com The recently released 2015 Michigan Civic Health Index highlighted the vastly different civic profiles of millennials and the ÒsilentÓ generation, outlining how those differences can be addressed to promote a greater civic health in the state….

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National Service Agency Calls on More Americans to Serve Communities WASHINGTON, D.C. Ñ As the holiday season spotlights acts of kindness and giving back, a new federal study shows that 1 in 4 Americans volunteered through an organization and 3…

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by Jim Levulis, WAMC An advisory committee in Connecticut has released its second report on civic and public participation in the state showing how publicly involved people are. The information is a mixed bag ahead of a major election year….

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by Christine Stuart, CT News Junkie Connecticut residents are more likely than the rest of the country to volunteer and attend a public meeting, but a civic health report released Tuesday found several areas in need of improvement. According to…

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Washington, D.C. – As the holiday season spotlights charitable contributions and acts of kindness, a new national study shows that Americans significantly increased their commitment to volunteering and civic engagement in 2011, with the national volunteer rate reaching a five-year…

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