Latino Rebels Radio: February 21, 2019
The Democratic margin in the U.S. House will rise and fall with the minority vote.
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“My daughter captured this situation while working. My poor baby was frightened but cannot believe this continues to happen,” said the woman who posted the incident.
Because every time someone throws shade Yalitza’s way, her light shines brighter.
A WalletHub report considered Hialeah, Florida, as the least “diverse” city in the United States.
Migrants, drug dealers and MS-13, and more and more lies.
“It’s unconstitutional to detain people just because of their language, accent, or color of their skin,” said Cody Wofsy, staff attorney with the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project.
The Southern California native is the six highest-paid comedian in the United States.
Julián Castro Says That Irony of People Telling His Generation That They Don’t Speak Spanish Well Is a ‘Bullshit One’
“I mean, that is quite an irony. And I think it’s a bullshit one,” the Democratic candidate told Latino USA host Maria Hinojosa.
“She’yaa may be out of ICE custody on bond tomorrow, but our work is only beginning,” Color Of Change’s Clarise McCants said.
Queens Organizers Hold Multilingual ‘No Amazon’ Day-Long Event as Retail Giant Reconsiders New York City HQ2
Organizers said they provided frontline communities with information around issues that often get lost in translation.
Investigación sobre los muertos del huracán María gana prestigioso premio de periodismo de precisión Philip Meyer
El proyecto de investigación, iniciado y liderado por el Centro de Periodismo Investigativo (CPI), incluyó la colaboración con el medio especializado en periodismo de datos qz.com y con la agencia de noticias internacional Prensa Asociada.
“I’m also here as a Mexican-American woman from a working-class family.”
“El Paso has never been one of the most ‘dangerous cities’ in the country, and our safety and security has long been a point of pride,” the Texas Democrat wrote.
“The story of PROMESA is the story of deepening poverty in Puerto Rico.”