In 187 of these cases, detainees lasted more than six months in solitary confinement.
“Climate change is real, and it is the biggest threat to our way of life. This is the issue of our generation. The time for discussion is over. Now it’s the time for action,” the said current governor said in a media release.
President Jair Bolsonaro has been an outspoken critic of the LGBTQI+ community, saying that Brazil “must not become a gay tourism paradise.”
The citizenship question is another effort to slow the Latino population engine and forestall the demographic reality.
Organizations File Lawsuit Against US Department of the Treasury for Withholding Information Related to the Fiscal Control Board
Plaintiffs filed their original request for information in 2017, stating the Department of the Treasury breached its legal obligation by not responding timely to a FOIA request, despite having admitted that it has located the documents.
H.R. 549 designates Venezuelan nationals as eligible for Temporary Protected Status
“We’re not going to wait this time,” the presidential candidate said.
“The 2020 Census will take place at a time of heightened fear given the political climate that we find ourselves in. A population undercount undermines all of that”
“The new CBS team has the qualifications and experience to do an outstanding job for CBS. But our community is tired of being absent in the national consciousness and now absent in the consciousness of a national news network,” Alex Nogales said.
The company announced that they were pulling the design following claims of cultural appropriation and plagiarism of the indigenous “Mola” design from Panama.
Author Elizabeth Acevedo Spills Some Truths About the Stigma of Latina Teen Pregnancy in Book Interview
“I remember when I was growing up, the statistic was like one in two Latinas will be pregnant by the time they’re 21. Right? It was like this massive statistic,” she said. “That’s changed. The stigma has not changed.”
The project balances joy, fiestas, and pain.
The special session took place at the OAS headquarters in Washington, D.C., following the murder of Nicaragua-American activist Eddy Monte on May 17.
As we raise up the opportunity women have to participate in democracy, we must highlight the barriers that women in government still face today, especially women of color.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Condemns Pattern of Migrant Children Deaths in DHS Custody, Calls for Investigation and Oversight
“That’s why the Congressional Hispanic Caucus has called for a Congressional and Department of Justice investigation on the death of migrant children over the last six months,” Congressman Joaquin Castro said.
“History will remember how we treat these vulnerable families in their greatest time of need, and I urge our government officials to act with compassion and care,” Dr. Ramón Tallaj of SOMOS said.
After spending five days at a CBP detention facility in the neighboring town of McAllen, Texas, Carlos Gregorio Hernández Vásquez passed away after reportedly falling ill with influenza A.
In Chile, Case of Two Professors Facing Discrimination for Speaking Out on #MeToo Causes Stir in Academia
Once Dr. Karina Bravo began to speak out about the workplace harassment that she was experiencing, the respect and accolades quickly began to wane.
The presence of the organization can be felt as soon as you enter the neighborhood, where you can see a banner in a tall arch that reads: “Welcome. Socialist Commune El Panal 2021.”
Earlier this year, Natalie Ramos, a graduating senior in Vallejo, California, protested on social media when she was told she would have to share the valedictorian honor with nine other students.