The makeup artist tried to avoid infection, but still caught COVID. Ensuing financial instability has kept him from his dream of buying a home.
In his search for fame, the singer’s life has had its ups and downs, including addiction. But eventually, he arrived at an unexpected epiphany.
He moved to Orlando after finishing his law degree but found an opportunity to help mobilize Latinos to vote. After surviving the Pulse shooting his activism focused on fighting for justice for the LGBTQ communities.
The executive director of a senior center in Kissimmee devotes his life to helping others, especially Puerto Ricans in Central Florida—a community facing many challenges.
Severe health conditions didn’t stop Ramos from carrying on, even when doctors told him he couldn’t exercise because his bones were too fragile. He will be participating in a bodybuilding national competition next month.
The Puerto Rican sports physician traveled the world with the NBA. When the pandemic hit, helping COVID-19 patients became his calling in life.
After living in Orlando for more than 30 years, the inspector reflects on how the problems faced by the Latino community have evolved.
Not being fluent in English didn’t stop the insurance broker from positioning her company in first place among three Florida counties while helping the Latino community.
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Meet the co-director of Jobs With Justice in Florida who’s been standing up for the rights of Latino and Puerto Rican workers for the past 13 years.
After 14 years of military service, the veteran has found her place in Kissimmee, Florida, where she stands up for the rights of her fellow Puerto Ricans.