Stories tagged: "Georgia"


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The Deep South Has Fallen Behind in Coronavirus Vaccine Plan

States in the South face a number of challenges and bureaucratic systems that are not equipped to schedule the huge number of appointments being sought.

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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.

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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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Latino Organizations’ Wish for the Reyes Magos? Get Latinos to Vote in Georgia!

Expert says Latino, Black, and Asian communities will be decisive in Tuesday’s runoff elections.

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This Woman Came to the US for a Better Life. She Says ICE’s Abuse Awaited Her Instead.

Elizabeth was detained when her baby was just 4 months old. She is part of a class-action petition and complaint that includes 14 women who claim they suffered medical abuse while in immigration custody.

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Latino Pastor: For the Love of God, Vote in Georgia Senate Runoff Elections

"I implore Georgians of faith, and of course, those with no faith at all, to trust and engage in this voting process," the Rev. Guillermo Arboleda said.

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Latinos Are Key to the Georgia Senate Runoff. But Is Democratic Outreach Falling Flat?

“Folks don’t really understand there is a runoff,” Maria del Rosario Palacios, who founded Georgia Familias Unidas, said. “They say, ‘No, no, no, I voted in November. I’m good.’”