Faith, hope and love

By Quinn McVeigh/El Inde In the United States, mental health keeps growing worse and worse. According to Mental Health America, nearly 20 percent of adults experience mental illness, over 2.5 million U.S. youth suffer from severe depression, with multiracial youth experiencing the greatest risk, and the majority of youth with severe depression don’t receive any…

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With abortion rights in jeopardy, fears of less freedom for women spur protest

By Gloria Gomez/UA Don Bolles Fellow/AZ Mirror PHOENIX — From a legal perspective, the implications of overturning abortion rights and the landmark Roe v. Wade decision are worrying, said Erin Maher.  “The way constitutional law is built is like building blocks,” the recent law school graduate explained.  Legal decisions are stacked on top of previous ones, and…

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El sueño mexicano

Por Marery Ruiz/El Inde Por décadas, los migrantes han tenido a los Estados Unidos como su punto final para cumplir sus sueños, dejando sus vidas y a sus familias atrás. ¿Pero qué pasa con los migrantes que deciden quedarse en México? Esta es la historia de Yunaysi, una cubana con el sueño mexicano. Creditos: Audios…

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Esperanza o dolor

By Ashley Morales/El Inde Migrating to a different country and growing up undocumented has a major impact on one’s mental health. Many face numerous challenges and obstacles in hopes of a better life. This is the story of an undocumented/ or DACAmented migrant whose struggles pushed her to break the stigma of mental health and…

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