April 2, 2020

This week’s unemployment numbers have been released: 6.6 million. Many of our family members, neighbors and friends are included in this dismal number and we know it’s only going to increase. And it’s the reason, like none in recent history for the majority of Americans, that we must be there to support one another. Whether it’s financially, emotionally or physically, we all are impacted by coronavirus now. We must take the virus seriously and adhere to the proper precautions, while we strive to be there for those who need us. In the midst of all this: Early observations of the rate of Latinos filling out the US Census are not good; Trump won’t reopen ACA enrollment for the uninsured. What’s the alternative?; and Want to (virtually) escape to Austin and enjoy the Latino cultural scene? Here’s how. Go beyond the headlines…

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