In the Midst of the Delta Variant Surge, a Cautious Ray of Hope With the Decline of Latino COVID-19 Deaths
Despite much darkness and gloom regarding the massive loss of Latino lives and the recent surge of the Delta variant, there is a ray of hope.
That Time My Mother Wasn’t Racially Profiled (Or What I Learned When the Officer Let Her Drive Away)
“Is that…for me..?” my mother asked, looking in her rearview mirror. I turned around and saw the red and blue flashing lights she was referring to.
Four years after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still in desperate need of disaster-proof communications systems
Latinos represent the fastest-growing share of the U.S. labor force. Our educational attainment is intrinsically tied to the future of this nation.
OPINION: A Commonsense Rule to Promote Clean Air and Boost California’s East Bay Area Economic Recovery
Join me in calling on the air district to adopt the most stringent cat cracker rule.
The symbolism of holding your hands up is surrendering your being, and sometimes your soul to a greater power that you hope protects you. But the police didn’t protect Adam.
OPINION: It’s Time to Stop ‘Othering’ English Learners and Start Providing Real Solutions Like More DEI Initiatives
This labeling of students as “others” who are not white does not represent the reality of the shifting numbers of those who do comprise the middle class.
Under the pandemic, the number of people living in extreme poverty had already grown by 2.8 million.
What can I do to keep my children safe and healthy? What can I do to protect them?
Until we all access these basic rights, la protesta y la lucha no deben de parar.
As an undocumented immigrant, becoming my own boss was a necessity.
This legislative victory shows that elections are crucial to pushing for social change.
“Get rid of this stigmatization that has us as terrorists.”
We live in a country scarred by separate and unequal access to safe and affordable drinking water. It’s a direct legacy of racial injustice, redlining and disinvestment in communities of color.
Dominican Republic Police Brutally Attack Women’s Rights Activists in the Middle of the Night, Tear Down Peaceful Camp
Group had been holding a peaceful community camp for 40+ days to demand a change to archaic abortion laws that currently prohibit the procedure even if it’s to save a woman’s life.
As a first-generation college student, I was excited to receive my undergraduate degrees with very little debt, but I knew that I wanted to go further in my education with a master’s degree and eventually a Ph.D. The roadblock was funding.
What are the Governor and legislators so afraid of that they need to censor us?
While organizing, mobilizing, and educating our diverse local Latinx and communities of color to recognize their power, we can advocate for bold environmental progressive actions, beginning at the dinner table with our families.
OPINION: I Volunteered as a Nurse During the Pandemic. The Shocking Lack of Protections Spurred Me to Act.
Being back at the hospital and experiencing quarantine made me appreciate life and health differently.