“The art that was taken down elevates the plight of people of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, and the abject and intentionally negligent response by the U.S. government, namely FEMA and the U.S. Military.”
Last year, Rinaldi reportedly told two Democratic colleagues during the protest, “Fuck them, I called ICE.”
Thirty-three out of 44 Latino Democratic candidates won the election in Tuesday’s contests, while six out of 15 Latino Republican candidates claimed victory.
“Researchers were surprised to find that upon moving to the United States, there were decreases in alcohol use in men, with no significant change in women.”
A year after María, the U.S. government must rebuild Puerto Rico, as befits its stature as a U.S. territory and its residents as American citizens.
The vote came after activists pressured CalSTRS to complete a review of their investments during the summer.
Marisa Franco, Co-Founder of Mijente, Condemns Jeff Sessions’ Department of Justice for Human Rights Abuses Against the Latinx Community
Under his leadership, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) enacted policies that have devastated thousands of our neighbors.
NALEO: ‘Strong Latino Voter Turnout Nationwide Helps Latino Candidates Make History in Election 2018’
“Despite being ignored yet again by candidates and campaigns this year, Latino voters stepped up and made their voices heard in Election 2018,” stated Arturo Vargas, NALEO Educational Fund chief executive officer.
“The President of the United States is undermining American democracy,” Hugo Balta said.
A joint project between the Brazilian state-owned Vale mining firm and BHP, the Samarco dam collapsed on November 5, 2015, killing 19 people.
Sheriff McDonnell aligned himself with the Trump Administration in opposing the California Values Act
Veronica Escobar and Garcia both defeated their Republican opponents in Texas.
Yeah, we are not a monolith, and we never were.
The “caravan” of thousands of Central Americans currently traveling through Mexico has become a touchpoint for U.S. President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric.
The number of Latinos who say their situation in the United States has worsened under Trump has risen from 32 percent shortly after he was elected to 47 percent just before the midterms.
I am more comfortable talking about this the day of the election because there is little the Ted Cruz campaign can do to respond.
Many armchair experts have been espousing a lot of misinformed rhetoric regarding migrants based on the divisive language used by our current President, Donald Trump. I’m here to clear the air with facts that some of them may not like.
Under such pressure, what choice do voters have but to vote for candidates sympathetic to the idea of workers controlling the government, and the government controlling the economy?
LD VOTE PREDICT: 76% Democrat, 24% Republican Among Latino Voters Choosing US Representatives in 2018 Midterm Elections
LD Turnout Predict: 62.6% of registered Latino voters to cast votes.