They killed that black boy down in Georgia —Ahmaud Arbery— because he was beautiful.
Undocumented mothers are bridging the gap in care for their families, but they shouldn’t have to do it alone.
Silencing of the press is concerning at any point in the life of a nation, but it is alarming in the middle of a pandemic and with an administration that puts its political and economic life over the safety of its own people, and in an election year.
El COVID-19 es el escenario perfecto para que en la miserable condición hondureña, el dictador elegido ilegalmente Juan Orlando Hernández y su sequito de corruptos.
The U.S. territory’s governing body scrambles to gain the trust of its citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Everything has come full circle through a rebirth of a global community as we realize our need for one another by coexisting through love, compassion and mutual respect.
We’re living, teaching, and learning in a situation many of us never seriously imagined.
Puerto Rico governor Wanda Vázquez is handling the coronavirus crisis in the most Trumpian of ways—don’t pay attention to science and worry about your political survival instead. Despite an aggressive plan to install an island-wide lockdown that continues to this day and shows no sign of ending, Vázquez has become the latest in the line […]
Thoughts as we limp through a global pandemic and the Second Great Depression.
Migrants’ lives are depending on how well the U.S. responds to this crisis and how seriously the lives of minoritized communities are taken into consideration. Unfortunately, the U.S. does not have a good track record of this.
The truth is that our broken immigration system can’t handle the coronavirus.
The Government of Puerto Rico’s Main Strategies During COVID-19: Ineptitude, Misinformation and Secrecy (OPINION)
Competence, expertise, openness and honesty are all critical to build trust and credibility during a crisis. Unfortunately, the Puerto Rican government has failed at every single one of these during the COVID-19 emergency.
As we continue in our quarantine, we must ask ourselves: How will school closures exacerbate educational inequalities for children of immigrants?
The Bronx is now most susceptible to being ravaged, but the question is still on the table: Where is the plan for the Bronx?
It does not have to be like this.
The Long History of US Racism Against Asian Americans, From ‘Yellow Peril’ to ‘Model Minority’ to the ‘Chinese Virus’
In the United States, Asian Americans have long been considered as a threat to a nation that promoted a whites-only immigration policy.
We are among 250 population scientists and health specialists from around the globe who have issued a stark warning to countries in Latin America and the Caribbean: governments must increase COVID-19 testing in the region before it is too late.
A Dispatch From the City of Chelsea, a Latino-Majority Community at the Epicenter of Massachusetts’ COVID-19 Crisis
Chelsea is mighty, but it is also tiny and vulnerable: please don’t forget about us during these troubling times.
Through the Bernie Sanders campaign, hundreds of thousands of people opened their doors when socialists knocked and those doors cannot be closed again.
The latest feud between the Board and the Sheriff proves it.