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When Two Pandemics Meet: COVID-19 and HIV Disproportionately Affect Communities of...

When Daniel was diagnosed with AIDS in August 2000, he was about to turn 30. Even though it had been two decades since the...

National Donor Day is a Day That Latinos Desperately Need to...

Did you know that on February 14th you can show love and affection to a human being whether you know them or not? In...

How Netflix Managed to Break Down the Wall and Take Over...

Understanding the Latino community as a profoundly heterogeneous group is no easy task, much less understanding its priorities when it comes to entertainment. Often subject...

Remembering Benny Martinez, the Mexican American Civil Rights Leader Who Found...

In the history of the world, there are struggles that seem never to end. Civil rights, women's rights, human rights... all seem to be...

Mental Health is Important: Time to Talk About Eating Disorders

Superficiality rules our society. There’s no doubt about it. We are constantly being exposed to impossible beauty standards, yet it’s something many strive to...

Latinas in the Job Market: A Force to Be Reckoned With

Much has been said about the projection of the Latino population in the coming years. We have not only become the country's largest ethnic...

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