Category: Education, Featured News, State/National News

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Report: Low-Income Communities Face Nearly $30 Billion in Student Loan Debt

By Staff – The Education Trust–New York has recently released a report, titled “Drowning in Debt,” which draws on data...

Latino Youth Voices Heard Loud and Clear As UnidosUS Urges Young Latino Voter Registration

The past few months we’ve seen the youth of the United States band together and raise their voices by the millions against gun...

Latinx Communities Mobilized And Marched As A Part Of March For Our Lives

A large number of Latinx students and families mobilized together this past Saturday, March 24, as a part of the nationwide March for Our...

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Posturing for Presidency? Vice President Biden Hosts Talk With Key Latino Leaders in Florida

Miami, FL — The past couple years, we’ve been met with political turmoil that’s another level of tense. Divisive, charged...

Six Months After Hurricane, Puerto Ricans Rally in D.C.

It has been six months since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, and many residents are still without power. Because of this, many frustrated...

Study Shows Alarming Gap Between Latino Teachers and Students

Recent studies have found that there are three times as many Latino students as there are Latino teachers, despite Latino teachers’...

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Trump Inspects US-Mexico Border Wall Prototypes In California

  President Donald Trump has inspected prototypes of the border wall with Mexico. According to NBC News, Trump inspected a series of...

Guillermo del Toro became the third Mexican director to win best director.

Oscar Night Hispanic Spotlight Can’t Hide the Academy’s Glaring Whiteness

  Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that this past Sunday was Oscar night. The annual red carpet event, during...

More Latinx Candidates Are Running For Office, But Will They Have the Votes?

Since the start of the Trump presidency, it’s become clear that more Americans are now unwilling to simply stand by and accept...

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Dominican-Americans Seeing Rising Numbers and a Growing Influence

Since 1990, the Dominican population in the U.S. has more than tripled, from 517,000 to nearly two million. This makes Dominicans the...