Good Tuesday friends! Today in La Voz with Mariel Fiori is a day of politics and job opportunities.

Work knocks at the door of the Broadway Bubble Laundromat and Angelica Medaglia, community engagement coordinator for Kingston Midtown Rising, gave us the details on the two available positions: 1) building and grounds manager, full-time, pays $50,000 a year, plus benefits; 2) Laundry Circle Crew Member, $20/hr, 20 hrs/week, 2 month trial, with the possibility of full time and benefits after trial time is up. Interested or for more information, contact Jordan Scruggs at 845-303-3999, or by email at jordan@kingstonmidtownrising.org.

Peruvian writer Adolfo Bravo Rueda explained a strategy to pass an immigration reform, according to what he recently published in the La Voz magazine.

Juan Rosa, National Director of Civic Engagement at NALEO, and Fulvia Vargas De Leon, Associate Attorney at LatinoJustice, explained why it is important that the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Act be passed in New York State.

Additionally, journalist Amy Goodman opined that we need a universal standard of justice, from Ukraine to Afghanistan.