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• A new program in Apopka promotes literacy, and education about social and economic challenges. The Hope Community Center’s ‘Books and Brunch’ runs every fourth Saturday at Taylor Apartments.
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• Eli García traveled down to Homestead last weekend to turn fear into power. As one of hundreds of thousands of youth using the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), García innately understands the terror of being undocumented. That feeling was heightened as more details emerged about a Trump administration policy that separated about 2,300 undocumented children from their immigrant parents. Trump has since signed an executive order ending this policy, but it’s not clear yet how these children will be reunited with their parents. Although they were afraid, members of the Central Florida undocumented community and the Hope CommUnity Center drove down to a detention facility holding about 1,000 migrant children in Homestead to protest the conditions. Some people … Read More »
• This year is the 12th year a summer camp aimed at helping ease the burden on low income and immigrant families in Apopka is serving the community. The three-week camp is one program at Hope CommUnity Center and this year it’s open to families that were not already involved. Alex Saunders and Yoseline Rodriguez join us to talk about the camp and what the Kids Camp offers to kids and their parents. Read More »