Free Mental Health Program for Farmworkers Launches in California and Florida
"Mental health is a health and wellness issue, but it is also a critical workers' issue that we all must address," said Mónica Ramírez, founder and president of Justice for Migrant Women.
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How My Small Business Survived the Pandemic

Luciana Gómez, owner of Victoria Café in Dallas, Texas, told The Americano that the Biden's rescue plan was critical to the survival of her business. As a small business owner, the pandemic was a "rollercoaster of emotions," she said.

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Zuli Garcia Helped Over 600 Latinos in Iowa Get the COVID Vaccine

The Salvadoran American first launched Knock and Drop Iowa, which delivers food to Latino families. Now she's making sure they are getting the COVID-19 vaccine too.

These Are the Most Competitive Races in Florida in 2022. This Is Why They Matter.

All eyes will be on the Sunshine State as Democrats resolute to unseat controversial Republican incumbents vie for two of the most sought-after offices in the state, if not country.

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Biden’s New Immigration Proposal Will Make It Easier to Get US Citizenship

His bill includes a plan to fast-track immigration applications by expanding virtual interviews and electronic filing.

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Want to Win Cash? Here Are the States Offering a Lottery for Getting the COVID Vaccine.

A 22-year-old has already won a $1 million lottery just for getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

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How Florida’s Cash Bail System Hurts Communities of Color

In Florida, cash bail system critics see it as “criminalizing” poverty and bloating jail populations, as those who cannot pay bail can be stuck in jail awaiting trial, sometimes for months or years.

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This Is Why Josh Weil Is Running to ‘Retire Marco Rubio’

Running against the Republican incumbent, the math and science teacher from Orlando has a clear plan of action to build systems that help Floridians and promises to work only "for the people."

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New Arizona Law Will Give More Single Moms the Ability to Afford College

Parents who choose to pursue higher education full-time can now qualify for financial assistance to help cover the cost of childcare.