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Latin American Actress Honored In January Google Doodle

In the digital age, it’s no surprise that 93% of online experiences start with a search engine. And without a doubt, the most popular...

Puerto Rico Gov. Urges Florida Voters To Take Political Action In 2018

Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosselló urged Puerto Rican voters in Florida to turn outrage over Washington’s treatment of Puerto...

Underrepresented Stories Told Loud and Clear: ‘Coco’ and ‘The Shape of Water’ Win Academy Awards

Unsurprisingly, diverse cultural representation in American film is generally lacking. In recent years, the attempt to reconcile this has...

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Trump Ends TPS For Salvadorans, Thousands In Fear Of Deportation

The Department of Homeland Security announced on January 8, 2018, the decision to end the temporary protected status for El Salvador. The...

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2017 Roundup: Latinx Advocates Reflect On The Past Year

As 2017 officially came to a close, many Latinx advocates looked back on a turbulent year and look forward with mixed emotions. From the...

Humacao Remains Without Power Three Months After Maria

Humacao, Puerto Rico, a world-renowned resort community, remains a ghost town three months after Hurricane Maria struck the country. People...

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RHBA Elects Grace Tillinghast As New Chairwoman

By Staff –   The Rochester Hispanic Business Association has elected Grace Tillinghast as its new chairwoman, effective Jan....

Puerto Rico Government Taking a Second Look at Deaths Caused By Hurricane Maria

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló announced that the number of deaths related to Hurricane Maria may actually be higher than the official...

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City Partners with Coalition for Police Reform to Exchange RPD Body Cam Info

By Staff –   The city has entered into a partnership with the Coalition for Police Reform – Community Justice Advisory Board...

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Number Of Latina Teachers On The Rise, U.S. Classrooms More Inclusive

A growing number of Latinas are going into teaching, new research shows, and they’re having a positive impact on the country’s...