Stories tagged: "United States"


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Latinos Are Familiar With Insurrection, but the Way the Attempted Coup Was Handled Was Unprecedented

An expert said Wednesday’s events in Washington question the moral authority of the United States regarding future involvement in international conflicts—something the country has done throughout history.

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Colonialism Is Racism, Something That Puerto Rico Knows Too Well

The Black Lives Matter movement has created the moment to rethink the country's racist and discriminatory patterns against its territories.

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Celebrities Mobilize to Demand Justice for George Floyd

Lin Manuel Miranda, Kany García, Luis Fonsi, and Residente call on the Latino community to demand justice for George Floyd.

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Puerto Rico Will Vote on Statehood in November

For the first time in the island's history, the referendum will ask just a single question.

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Flying in Times of Coronavirus: An Airline Crew Tells All

This is how Coronavirus has changed the dynamics of the work — and their lives — forever. A pilot and two airlines crew members open up about their struggle to redefine safety.