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Puerto Ricans in Florida May be the Ones Choosing the Next President

Approximately 1,000 new citizens move to Florida every day, and lately many of them have been Puerto Rican. The territory’s...

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Latinos Unidos Holds Rally in Support of Black Lives Matter

By Staff   Latinos Unidos held a rally titled “Latinos Unidos Con Black Lives Matter” Thursday, in front of the Public...

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Puerto Rican Parade of Rochester Invites Community to Participate

By Staff   The Puerto Rican Parade of Rochester, NY Inc. has invited “the community at large” to participate in this...

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Venezuela President Sports Luxury Watches While Citizens Starve

Fine jewelry and watches are items of luxury, and in any given year, a whopping 38 million Americans will spend money so they can flaunt...

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Hector Santiago and Latino Services Team Receive Innovation for Quality Award

By Staff Spanish Version Follows/Versión en español adjunta The Child Care Council Inc.’s Latino services team has received an...

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Latino to Watch: Orlando Ortiz

By Staff Spanish Version Follows/Versión en español adjunta Born in Cayey, Puerto Rico, Orlando Ortiz and his family moved to Rochester,...

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RIT’s CUE Seeking Companies for Capacity Building Program

By Staff   Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship (CUE) is seeking companies that have been in...

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Malia Obama to Intern at U.S. Embassy in Madrid

According to census reports, there are some 387 million Spanish speakers in the world, making it the second-most common language behind...

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CDC: 25% of Puerto Rico Will Be Infected With Zika Virus This Year

The Zika virus is making major inroads into the United States this summer, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently...

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Violence and Riots in Venezuela as Food Shortage Crisis Worsens

Continuous food shortages in Venezuela have led to increasingly frequent and often violent public raids on stores, restaurants, bakeries,...