Opinion


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After Georgia: Show Up For Latinos Year-Round, Not Only When It’s Convenient

If you want to reach Latinos, you have to speak to each group individually and directly—and not just during the elections.

Dreamers who are allowed to stay in the US through the DACA program could have a large impact on Georgia's economy if they could access affordable higher education in the state.
Dreamers Like Me Need Georgia to Vote on Jan. 5—For Our Sake and the Sake of Our State

With one of the largest DACA-eligible populations in the country, Georgia's economy could significantly improve with easier and more affordable access to higher education in the state's public college system.

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Hate Crimes Are on the Rise in Puerto Rico. Will Pierluisi Take a Stand for LGBTQ Communities?

Gov.-elect Pedro Pierluisi has tried to distance himself from the anti-LGBTQ views of his party, but it remains to be seen if he will make curbing anti-LGBTQ discrimination and hate crimes a priority.

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Our Lucha Will Never Be Over

Others might want you to stand down, avoid the good trouble: your family, your friends, the Supreme Court. As if you could.

Democrat Ricky Hurtado was the lone member of his party to win a contested race in deeply-red Alamance County. What does that mean for NC Latino voters?
What Ricky Hurtado’s Big Win in Alamance County Means for NC Latinos

A longtime NC advocate for Latino residents says the state is reckoning with a powerful new bloc of voters that could change party politics.

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‘Trump Is Hurting Us’: Over 700 Nurses Denounce Trump and Endorse Biden

As nurses, we are outraged by Trump’s COVID-19 misinformation campaign. It will not magically just go away, as he said. It is killing us.

Contrary to the CDC's recommendations, President Trump left Walter Reed Medical Center over the weekend in a car full of Secret Service officers to wave to his supporters (AP Photo/Anthony Peltier).
As Doctors, We Took a Pledge to Do No Harm. Our President Should Too.

We've seen the toll that the coronavirus has taken in hospitals across the country. Despite what President Trump says and does, the coronavirus is dangerous, still spreading, and worthy of being feared.