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September 8, 2020

There are many issues that go hand-in-hand with the pandemic: racial justice, social justice, domestic violence, education, etc. Yet, the one issue that sits at the root of them all, even the pandemic, is wealth disparity (a.k.a. the economy)….

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July 29, 2020

As Trump and the countless COVID-19 conspiracy theorists are pushing pathetically ridiculous “cure” videos, the sad reality is that there is no cure and, according to a new study, Latinos and Blacks are apt to die disproportionately in these…

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July 14, 2020

The pandemic rages on while the economy, the pride of this president, continues its slow descent into unknown economic turmoil. Experts, and even non-experts, agree that all of this could have been avoided had our leaders exhibited the kind…

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July 3, 2020

On the cusp of celebrating our nation’s Independence Day, we learn sad news of the final hours of young Latina Army soldier Vanessa Guillen. Her murder underscores the inequality that still exists in a society where women are still…

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June 25, 2020

#FindVanessaGuillen. The country cried in outrage when learning what the Trump administration did to migrant families at the border — separating children from their parents. Now, the AP reports that young migrant children are still being held in detention…

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May 14, 2020

As poorly as Trump and his administration have been in handling the coronavirus and as restrictive GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has been in declaring anymore coronavirus aid bills “dead on arrival” in the Senate, voters in CA…

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March 11, 2020

The race for the Democratic nomination will be determined soon and eyes are next on Latino voters in Florida and Arizona; If Washington won’t listen to Puerto Ricans on the island, stateside Puerto Ricans are speaking up; Trump admin…

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March 4, 2020

Once again, pundits and political organizers touted the expectation that the Latino ‘sleeping giant’ voter was now awake. Popular assumption was that we were awake to vote for Bernie Sanders, but a little-noticed poll last month predicted the majority…

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February 13, 2020

Seems Trump administration feels pressure to overhaul US immigration system before November, and guess who’s leading the charge?; Puerto Rico just can’t get a break, and in this case, the cost is self-inflicted; So, the world has been taught…

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December 10, 2019

Violating universal human rights is now a trademark of this administration. However, good people with courage are challenging how US is treating migrants. The latest group to rise in defense are these doctors who vow to continue until CBP…

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October 28, 2019

Fans attending the latest World Series game had someone more to boo at than the umpire. And the crowd erupted into chants of “Lock him up” to boot; Recycling plant wants to get kids to do this with their…

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October 15, 2019

With news of the arrest of the latest egregious and senseless murder of an innocent black person by a police officer, the debut of a USA Today investigation into police misconduct is not only timely but sheds light on…

By Celeste Zarza Infosurhoy.com The National Anti-Drug Secretariat’s Community Prevention Program features summer camps, community centers and schools for parents. ASUNCIÓN, Paraguay – Recreation and healthy activities are the latest allies in the fight against drug addiction among children…

By Jorge Quispe Infosurhoy.com The second largest continuous forest ecosystem in South America, the Gran Chaco Americano already has lost nearly 90% of its territory to indiscriminate deforestation, ranching and agriculture. LA PAZ, Bolivia – The expansion of agricultural…