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A fresh face from the Green Party challenges Robert Stokes in the 12th District
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Could Green Party Be a Factor in Baltimore City Council Race?
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Baltimore Schools Will Remain Online For Start Of Fall Term, While Digital Divide Looms Large
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Students petition Comcast, asking for better internet service during COVID-19 pandemic 
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A Bamba For Us, With Las Cafeteras

DSA-backed challenger has a shot at Baltimore’s city council

This crisis has spurred one Baltimore educator to fight for better learning conditions for her students by running for local office. And she’s not running as a Democrat or Republican, she’s running on the Green Party ticket. We’re joined by Franca Muller Paz, a ten-year veteran teacher, a building rep for the Baltimore Teacher’s Union, and a candidate for city council in Baltimore’s 12th District. 

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Baltimore council members, advocates push for expanded internet access for low-income residents

By PHIL DAVIS BALTIMORE SUN | MAY 26, 2020 AT 5:02 PM

 

Franca Muller Paz, a Baltimore city schools teacher, said that while the majority of white households in the city have internet access, about half of black households do and less than half of Hispanic households are online.

 

If Comcast does not expand its services, she said, “they are deciding that it is okay not to educate one out of every two black and brown students that we have here in the city.”

 

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CTB Show 325: Winning the 12th with Franca Muller Paz The City That Breeds

The Show is joined by Green Party candidate for Baltimore City’s 12th District Franca Muller Paz! Baltimore’s need for change at a pivotal time in its history is at the forefront of her campaign, which is discussed at length. Also, summer camp and the 2020 election are discussed. Wow!

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How can kids participate in virtual learning with no internet access?| COMMENTARY

By FRANCA MULLER PAZ FOR THE BALTIMORE SUN 

With just weeks before school systems around the state start a virtual fall semester, too many students live in areas with inadequate internet service needed to access their lessons and classes by computer.

 

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Baltimore teachers, students and parents rally to demand Comcast expand its free internet service as virtual learning continues

By DANIEL OYEFUSI BALTIMORE SUN 

Teachers, students, parents and allies rallied outside the Comcast regional headquarters in South Baltimore on Monday afternoon, calling on the company to improve the quality of its internet services and offer it for free to students and educators as many prepare for another semester of virtual learning.

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DSA-backed challenger has a shot at Baltimore’s city council

This crisis has spurred one Baltimore educator to fight for better learning conditions for her students by running for local office. And she’s not running as a Democrat or Republican, she’s running on the Green Party ticket. We’re joined by Franca Muller Paz, a ten-year veteran teacher, a building rep for the Baltimore Teacher’s Union, and a candidate for city council in Baltimore’s 12th District. 

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Green Party candidates will appear on Maryland ballots in November

In Baltimore, teacher and activist Franca Muller Paz is challenging 12th District City Councilman Robert Stokes and Republican Eugene Z. Boikai.

Muller Paz told The Brew her campaign would likely raise $40,000 by tonight’s fundraising deadline.

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As Baltimore’s Latino community grows, leaders push for better health care, internet access and a voice

Franca Muller Paz, 32, has taught in public schools for 10 years and is a three-term elected building representative for the Baltimore Teachers Union. She has advocated for ESOL student equity in the city’s high school admissions process and fought to close the digital divide amid the pandemic.

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