November 2, 2022

Once upon a time, because Latinos/Hispanics all spoke/understood a similar language known under the umbrella term ‘Spanish,’ and the vast majority were genuflecting, sign-of-the-cross Catholics, non-Latinos/Hispanics thought all Latinos/Hispanics were the same. How far from that erroneous perception we’ve come and because of it Latinos/Hispanics have changed the American landscape beyond salsa being the most popular condiment in the nation; Zelensky and his fellow Ukrainians know nuclear attacks are a possibility and have created ‘special shelters;’ Wonder why inequality is growing around the world?; New study validates what would change if childhood poverty was reduced; and Now, a virtual set of eyes can keep an eye on all the kiddos splashing in the pool and keep them safe in the process. Go beyond the headlines…

How Latinos have changed the American landscape

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Why inequality is growing in the US and around the world

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Reducing childhood poverty could cut criminal convictions by almost a quarter, study shows

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