Covid-19 Digital-Learning-Economic Impact According to USC Study
Internet companies having to make an extra buck was never a contingent factor in the multiple merger agreements executed over the last 20 years.  So...commentary about how Internet Providers cannot make any money in certain areas WAS NEVER PART OF THE DEAL!
 
"Civil Rights Violation of Epic Proportions"

Digital Red-lining exacted on Latino and African-American Families in East L.A., El Monte, Pomona, Southeast L.A.
BY: L.A. ORTEGA

MAY 19, 2020.
One of L.A.'s oldest and historic neighborhoods is about to be violated with untested/unmonitored levels of radiation (RF waves).  Councilman Jerry Velasco from El Monte asks "if these towers and antennas are safe why are there warnings saying pregnant women should not be close to them?"

From small children to the abuelos (grandparents), the well-being of tens of thousands of life forms will be disrupted if Verizon and the East Los Angeles Community Corporation (ELACC) successfully bulldoze over their neighbors' clear stance on not wanting a cell tower built at 
La Casa del Mexicano. 
 
Residents and farmers in Los Angeles join a long list of Trade Associations, Unions, Doctors, Scientists, School Districts and Neighborhood Councils in pulling back a curtain of false claims that cell towers are "not dangerous" and pose "no serious health threat".  Take a look at the following communications written by credible entities warning about the dangers of cell towers and antennas.
The science is conclusive and there is no debate.  Cell towers and 5G antennas do have negative health effects on humans, especially small children.  Putting a cell tower in the middle of a residential neighborhood as planned by ELACC is in direct contradiction to their own mission statement.

The telecommunication industry has lied to the American people so much it is impossible to separate fact from fiction.  They float nonsensical ideas that are consistently debunked.  Worst of all the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are lock-step in line with the telecommunication industry.  The FCC, America's watch-dogs turned mere lap-dogs for an industry that has literally stolen billions of dollars from consumers.  See 
Irregulators.org.

This past Friday mom's from East L.A. sent a communication to their local Superintendent of schools and LAUSD board member Monica Garcia, asking for their fiber-optics as promised by Internet providers. Their request is simple, a conference call to discuss how to fix this massive short-fall the telecommunication giants have exacted on our children.  According to 
Dr. Hernan Galperin, USC, about 40% - 60% of kids in Pomona, El Monte and East L.A. cannot do distance learning. 

The Covid-19 stay-at-home orders has revealed the digital red-lining the phone and Internet companies have exacted on Latino and African-American communities in Los Angeles and the U.S. 

This is not just about children missing a few weeks or months of school work.  There are long-term impacts when children cannot logon to their classes.  This will cost our country dearly.  The cost is immeasurable at this juncture.  However, what is certain, over $500 billion was misused by AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink et al, according to the Irregulators' estimate.

We hope to engage your help in supporting these parents in their quest to ascertain what is rightfully theirs - high speed internet from the home.  Internet companies having to make an extra buck was never a contingent factor in the multiple merger agreements executed over the last 20 years.  So...commentary about how Internet Providers cannot make any money in certain areas WAS NEVER PART OF THE DEAL!

We need everyone all-in on this one.  Please read the links provided above.  If you have any questions, or if anyone is blowing monkey-dust (ideas that cannot be substantiated) in your ear about what is stated above is debatable, please call me or check our website.  The facts are conclusive.  Our kids have been cheated.  This has never been more evident than now.


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Thank you and have a wonderful day!

 
Larry Ortega
President, Community Union, Inc.
Telephone: (909) 629-9212


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Uno de los vecindarios más antiguos e históricos de Los Ángeles está a punto de invadido con niveles de radiación (ondas de Radio Frecuencias) no verificadas / no monitoreadas. El concejal de la ciudad El Monte, Jerry Velasco, pregunta "si estas torres y antenas son seguras, ¿por qué hay advertencias que dicen que las mujeres embarazadas no deberían estar cerca de ellas?"

Desde los niños pequeños hasta los abuelos, el bienestar de otras formas de vida se verán afectado si Verizon y la East Los Angeles Community Corporation (ELACC) arrasan con éxito sobre la clara postura de sus vecinos de no querer una torre celular construido en 
La Casa del Mexicano.

Los residentes y agricultores en Los Ángeles se unen a una larga lista de Asociaciones Comerciales, Sindicatos, Médicos, Científicos, Distritos Escolares y Consejos Vecinales para quitar el velo de falsas afirmaciones de que las torres celulares "no son peligrosas" y no representan "una amenaza grave para la salud". Haz clique en los siguientes enlaces por entidades creíbles que advierten sobre los peligros de las torres y antenas celulares.
La ciencia es irrevatable, no hay debate. Las torres celulares y las antenas 5G tienen efectos negativos para la salud de los humanos, especialmente de los niños pequeños. Poner una torre celular en medio de un vecindario residencial según lo planeado por ELACC es una contradicción directa hacía su propia declaración de principos.

La industria de las telecomunicaciones ha mentido tanto al pueblo estadounidense que es imposible separar los hechos de la ficción. Promueven ideas sin sentido que son constantemente desacreditadas. Lo peor de todo es que la Comisión Federal de Comunicaciones (FCC) está de aquerdo con la industria de las telecomunicaciones. La FCC, los guardianes de Estados Unidos se convirtieron en simples perros falderos para una industria que literalmente ha robado miles de millones de dólares a los consumidores. Ver 
Irregulators.org.

El viernes pasado las madres de East L.A. enviaron una comunicación a su Superintendente de escuelas local y a la miembro de la mesa directiva LAUSD, Monica García, pidiendo el servicio fibras ópticas prometidas por los proveedores de Internet. Su petición es simple, una llamada en conferencia para discutir cómo solucionar este déficit masivo que los gigantes de las telecomunicaciones an impuesto hazia nuestros hijos. Según el 
Dr. Hernan Galperin, USC, alrededor del 40% - 60% de los niños en Pomona, El Monte y East L.A. no pueden aprender por medio del Internet (Distance Learning).

Las órdenes de Covid-19 para quedarse en casa han revelado la línea roja digital que las compañías de telefonía e Internet han exigido a las comunidades latinas y afroamericanas en Los Ángeles y los EE. UU.

No se trata solo de niños que faltan algunas semanas o meses de trabajo escolar. Hay impactos a largo plazo cuando los niños no pueden iniciar sesión en sus clases. Esto le costará caro a nuestro país. El costo es incalculable en este momento. Sin embargo, lo que es seguro es que AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink y otros usaron indebidamente más de $500 mil millones, según la estimación de los Irregulators.

Esperamos contar con su ayuda para apoyar a estos padres en su búsqueda para determinar lo qué es legítimamente suyo: Internet de alta velocidad desde el hogar. Las compañías de Internet dicen que necitan que ganar dinero extra, eso nunca fueron un factor contingente en los múltiples acuerdos de fusión ejecutados en los últimos 20 años. Entonces ... ¡los comentarios sobre cómo los Proveedores de Internet no pueden ganar dinero en ciertas áreas NUNCA FUE PARTE DEL TRATO!

Necesitamos el apoyo de todos. Por favor, lea los enlaces proporcionados anteriormente. Si tiene alguna pregunta llámeme o visite nuestro sitio web.  Los hechos son concluyentes.  Nuestros niños han sido engañados. Esto nunca ha sido más evidente que ahora.

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¡Gracias y tenga un maravilloso día!

Larry Ortega
Presidente de Community Union, Inc.
Teléfono: (909) 629-9212


Computer Training for Youth - MANDATORY FOR THEM TO COMPETE

by L.A. Ortega

February 25, 2020


Hello Everybody, thank you for watching our latest project: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?  We hope it provided some value, and hope you will help us turn these huge resources that currently sit idle in our neighborhoods, into full fledged Neighborhood Technology Centers; serving children and their families with tools desperately needed in our region.  This video was shot from LAO Studios located in Pomona, California where we bring you the Community Technology Report #2020225.


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This video brings you the real deal, "proof in the pudding" / NOT JUST A GOOD IDEA...

David V. graduated from our youth computer training course known as the Comic Book Project: ADVENTURES OF THE CYBER FLYERS. In this course, students aged 11-17 took the technology tools they learned in previous classes with our organization and developed a comic book, designed by kids, for kids on the topic of Y2K in 1999. They articulated what Y2K was going to do to your computer in the millennium (2000) via storytelling with pictures, word bubbles and PowerPoint. The tools they used in this course became lifelong resources for them.  To this day, tools learned in our program has put them at the front of the pack in academic and professional opportunity. Our courses have the children take technology tools to do real life problem solving.  These types of programs, as David so eloquently articulates, are rare at a time when they should be prevalent throughout every community - particularly those with low test scores in schools.

Millions of dollars in computer technology sit idle when the bell rings at 3:00pm in our schools located in the barrios and other low income neighborhoods. A tragedy. So many of our kids in these neighborhoods demand access.  Parents too need to better understand how they can use tech-tools to better guide their children. However, we don't see enough of these schools embracing this opportunity.  It seems that maximizing the utilization of these massive resources should be moved to a top tier priority with every school experiencing low test scores.  The results are phenomenal as you know, if you have already watched the above video. 

Community Union's model has provided this service for the better part of 25 years and we again are shinning a light on this opportunity.  It is our goal to move education leaders across the country towards closing the digital divide, by maximizing existing - underutilized resources.  We absolutely can and must eradicate academic and economic gaps that perpetuate year after year...with few exceptions.

We at Community Union are available to help implement these not so far-out "ideas", having much experience in this area.
Visit us at http://onemillionniu.org, Call us at (909) 629-9212.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP.


Thank you.  And again - please consider becoming a sustainer donor, as little as $10 per month will make a huge difference.