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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...

Will Puerto Ricans Turn Out to Vote In Carmen Yulín as...

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Politics is not kind to women in Puerto Rico and less so to those women who dare to tread in what traditionally has been...

To Comay or Not to Comay

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Just when Puerto Ricans hoped for no more drama, up regurgitates La Comay, a local show featuring a puppet dressed like a crone, with...

Melissa Mark-Viverito: A Champion for Our Children

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Over the past decade I have worked with a small but intensely dedicated group of community partners and elected officials to help create a...

The Unwavering Courage of Lyla June: A Native American Social Justice...

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Bravery comes in different shades. These shades vibrantly paint the world, making our time here that much more worthwhile. It can become present in...

Are You Out of Work? You’ll Need Our Go-To Guide to...

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The basic guidance is: apply now. Even if you think you may not be eligible. This is the second article in a series intended to...

Are You Your Own Jefa? You’ll Need Our Go-To Guide to...

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Until the pandemic, Latino-owned small businesses were the fastest growing start-up segment in the US economy.  But Covid-19 hit the economy like the proverbial truck....

This Is Why People Eagerly Are Tuning In to NY Governor...

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The nation has indisputably suffered in the absence of effective and empathetic leadership from the White House. But governors across the country, from both...

Is it Time for a Feminist President?: The Difference Between Biden...

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We've had to reluctantly assume that this time we won't see a woman sitting in the White House either. Despite the strength of movements like...