Julio Ricardo Varela
Latino Rebels contacted the White House on Monday night. The White House acknowledged receipt of the request, but did not say when the Spanish version will be made public, if indeed it will be made public.
UCLA Data Analysis Says That Bernie Sanders Overwhelmingly Won Support in Iowa’s High-Density Latino Caucus Locations
“Winning Latino voters will be a very important part of [the Sanders] primary strategy,” senior adviser Jeff Weaver said Friday night in Manchester, New Hampshire.
“El Pueblo Unido/A People United: A New Era for Latinos” was announced three days before the next Democratic debate is scheduled for this Thursday in Los Angeles.
More Than 200 Entertainers, Activists and Leaders Sign Letter of Support for Latino Community After El Paso Shooting and Mississippi ICE Raids
“Though real pain and fear are sweeping through our communities, we remain powerful,” the letter states.
“In Univision we use the term ‘undocumented immigrant’ because we believe that any other term dehumanizes people, in addition to being linguistically wrong and inaccurate,” José Zamora, senior vice president of strategic communications for Univision Noticias, said in a statement to Latino Rebels.
“We’re not going to wait this time,” the presidential candidate said.
Looks like nothing will happen.
The committee will consist of public health and officials from the administration of governor Ricardo Rosselló.
Day Before Trump Tweets About Death Count, Puerto Rican Govt Officials Met With White House to Discuss Hurricane María Messaging
PRFAA, the official Washington office for the governor of Puerto Rico, has declined to comment about whether or not the meeting took place.
After Government of Puerto Rico Confirms Much Higher Hurricane María Death Count Estimate, Says GW Study Will Be Made Public Last Week of August
“The official number will be updated once the GW study is out,” Pedro Cerame, a spokesperson for the Puerto Rico’s Federal Affairs Administration, said.
“Based on death records following Hurricane Maria, the estimated hurricane-related mortality burden of 1,139 excess deaths through December 2017 was higher than the official death toll of 64.”
Government of Puerto Rico Says It Expects GW Hurricane Death Count Study With Estimates in 2–3 Weeks
“We don’t have anything of the actual study in our hands. The government doesn’t have anything right now,” a spokesperson said.
“Anything that would give more clarity to the situation, of course we support it,” the governor of Puerto Rico told Latino Rebels.
“This Court concludes that, with exception to Social Security numbers, the information contained in the death certificates and any additional information is not privileged.”
There Were 1,244 More Deaths in Puerto Rico the Two Months After Hurricanes Irma and María Than Same Period in 2016: And That Number Could Be Growing
It is important to note, as the Department of Health’s own chart says, that the data for 2017 is still preliminary, since the final numbers are going through the quality control process and validation.
New Harvard Study: Puerto Rico Hurricane María Death Toll 70 Times Greater Than Official Number of 64
“This rate yielded a total of 4645 excess deaths during this period.”
“The research process so far, including the paperwork related to contractual and data-use agreements, has taken longer than expected,” a spokesperson told Latino Rebels.
“The total number of deaths above average in September, October and November was 1,230, according to Alexis Santos, a demographer at Pennsylvania State University.”