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Swing States: Where the Real Battle Happens

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If the past is any indication of what the future holds, then the 2020 General Election results will be determined by a few closely...

A Brief Look Into Puerto Rico’s Political Parties

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Election year tends to be an interesting time for Puerto Rico, especially as new third parties join the race to challenge the two strongest...

A Conversation with Spicy Mari about the Politics of Relationships and...

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Relationships take time to evolve. Getting to know a potential suitor can take months, sometimes years, before deciding if you have your “match made...

Media Reaction to AOC’s DNC Speech Shows How ‘Clickbaits’ Are More...

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During the virtual Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was tasked with nominating Bernie Sanders for president. This symbolic tradition happens for...

Coded Language: The Danger Of Politicians’ Weapon of Choice

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Imagine being slowly brainwashed by the racist and sexist words your country's politicians have been using all your life.  The incorporation of repeated coded language...

Puerto Rico is Forced to Temporarily Halt Primary Voting for the...

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What is going on in Puerto Rico? That seems to be a lingering question around the island lately. Well, yesterday was yet another summer...

Raising Politically Engaged Kids: How to Talk to Children About Politics...

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Our country's political system is a complicated, confusing, sometimes corrupt and often confounding system that is hard to understand, even for adults. Which is...

Understanding Voting Rights with Maya Contreras

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Voting rights advocate Maya Contreras has been talking about voter suppression and disenfranchisement long before this unique election cycle. As a multi-faceted artist who’s...

Want to Understand Black Histories? Here Are Some Black Scholars You...

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As non-Black latinx people, we need to actively work towards anti-racist behaviors. Commiting to amplify Black voices and educate ourselves is part of this...

Candace Valenzuela Is One Step Closer to Becoming the First Afro-Latina...

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UPDATE 7/15/2020: Candace Valenzuela, the Afro-Latina looking to flip Texas' 24th Congressional District in November, has just clinched the Democratic nomination in yesterday's run-off...

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