Stories tagged: "latinos"


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How Latinos Helped Ossoff and Warnock Win Georgia—and Change the Future of America

The Georgia Senate runoff elections gained two new Democrat senators, and Latinos, despite being a small portion of the population in Georgia, had a lot to do with flipping the state.

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¿De dónde viene la tradición de los Reyes Magos? Su historia y datos curiosos.

La celebración de la Epifanía en Puerto Rico tiene una rica historia que comenzó con la llegada de los canarios.

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Congress Just Passed the National American Latino Museum — What’s Next?

The museum will honor the 500-year history of Latino people in the US and their contributions to life, art, history, and culture.

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Meet the Dominican Who Narrates the Spanish Audiobook Translation of Obama’s ‘A Promised Land’

Victor Sabi's childhood dream was to tell stories. Today, as an award-winning voice actor, he is telling the stories—in Spanish—of world leaders Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela.

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May 2021 Be the Year People Stop Calling Latinos ‘Spanish’

Latinos may speak Spanish, but they are not Spanish, in the same way that Americans are not English. So why do some people use the terms interchangeably? It's complicated.

Roberto, a 24-year-old street vendor, said he continues to work because he hasn’t been able to find another job.
Being a Street Vendor Is Becoming a Dangerous Job for Latinos Across the Country

“We are good people, we come here to work. We don’t do bad things. Please help us by purchasing something.”

Latino Students Juggle Remote Learning and Translating for Families During Pandemic

The adaptation to online learning during the pandemic is extra challenging for families who speak little English.