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KTEM Interviews Jose Manuel Santoyo, Immigration Activist

Outside of the office-holding political engine, many young activists are adding their voices to the immigration debate. Called “dreamers” after the DREAM Act, many of these young adults and students have lived in the United States since they were in elementary school but are still waiting to be granted legal status.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images

Republicans and Democrats Look to Immigration Reform

With over 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S, immigration reform is among the most pressing political issues today.  Democrats and Republicans are looking toward a more comprehensive overhaul of the current immigration system, but progress is slow as bipartisan support meets partisan antagonism.

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U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl

U.S. Honors Holocaust Remembrance Week

 

Every year the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum honors victims and survivors of WWII. This year’s theme: Confronting the Holocaust: American Responses is an examination of the reaction of the United States to the mass extermination of an estimated 11 million people and a consideration of the responsibility of ending genocide today.

The museum recognized two important anniversaries in

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DFID - UK Department for International Development
DFID - UK Department for International Development

Why Terrorists are Afraid of Girls with Books

Terrorists staged a mass abduction in the African country of Nigeria two weeks ago. Were they targeting rival politicians or military members? Did they capture powerful men and women with machine guns and divergent convictions?

No. They abducted 234 young girls from school.

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Nyamata Memorial Site in Rwanda

Credit: Fanny Schertzer
Nyamata Memorial Site in Rwanda Credit: Fanny Schertzer

Remembering Rwanda

KTEM-- Monday marked the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, an ethnic cleansing that left nearly one million dead in 100 days.

In 1994, under pressure from local officials and the Hutu government, members of the Hutu majority took up arms against their neighbors, the Tutsi minority.

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Memorial Service At Ft. Hood For Shooting Victims - Photo: Joe Raedle via Getty Images
Photo: Joe Raedle via Getty Images

Fort Hood and the Stigma with PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is an anxiety disorder that can occur after extreme emotional trauma involving threat of harm or death.

With the recent shootings at Fort Hood, PTSD is coming to the forefront of public awareness as people wonder what is being done to prevent further tragedy.

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Volunteers from Altrusa International package meals for Kids Against Hunger.

Credit: Altrusa International of Temple, Tx., Inc.
Volunteers from Altrusa International package meals for Kids Against Hunger. Credit: Altrusa International of Temple, Tx., Inc.

Temple Volunteers Make 24,000 Meals in 3 Hours

With the help of local volunteers, Kids Against Hunger packaged 24,624 meals for school children in Haiti last Saturday.

Volunteers put on hairnets and aprons and got to work packing meals of rice, soy, a dehydrated blend of six vegetables and a mineral powder that provides 21 essential vitamins and nutrients.

“You invested three hours of your wee

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