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A Buck Named Money: How a Family of Deer Inspired the Birth of Kelvin Peña’s Non-Profit Organization

Internet flavor of the month Kelvin Peña, who rocketed into the online spotlight in the aftermath of the “Everybody Eats” meme, has...

The Debate Over ‘Latinx': Inclusive Term Or Forcible Neutralization Of Identity?

In the year since Donald Trump was elected President, the Hispanic community has found itself at the forefront of many a debate and...

Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria: Looking to Renewable Energy Sources

After taking a direct hit from Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s second largest solar farm is still being put back together. More than...

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FBI Investigating Contract Awarded To Small Montana Power Company in Puerto Rico

After a small Montana power company was awarded a $300 million contract to help rebuild Hurricane Maria’s damage to the electrical...

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Advances In Latinx Health Coverage May Decline During Enrollment Period

Hispanic and Latinx Americans may get left behind during the next enrollment period for health insurance. According to USA Today, the Trump...

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DHS May Force Thousands Of Protected People From The United States

Thousands of people in the United States may be forced from the country. Through the Department of Homeland Security, hundreds of thousands...

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IDSA Issues Public Health Warning For Puerto Rico

The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) has issued a public health warning for the island of Puerto Rico. According to the...

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Still Lacking Drinking Water, Some Puerto Rico Residents Turn To Contaminated Sources

Officials in Puerto Rico announced earlier this week that the central water authority had returned service to almost 70% of households....

Report: Lack of Diversity Regarding Latinos in Legal Field

Law is a popular field many people in the United States want to get into after graduating from college and passing the bar. These ambitious...

Chicago’s Latino Community Mourns the Loss of 26-Year-Old Alma Zamudio

“She was so young,” said Maria Zamudio. “But I think she touched more lives in those 26 years than some people will in...