Stories tagged: "Latinas"

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Google Honors Felicitas Méndez on the First Day of Hispanic Heritage Month

The Puerto Rican activist fought against California school segregation during the 1940s.

‘It’s Scary’: Six Latinas on Coping With COVID-19 Stress

The disease has had a disproportionate impact on Hispanic women across the country and taken a toll on their mental health.

51% of Latinas Can’t Cover Basic Needs Because of the Pandemic, Study Shows

With federal protections expiring, a larger economic crisis could be on the horizon, as 30 to 40 million people face eviction in the coming months.

‘Personal for Me’: Aubrey Plaza Gets Real About Why She Supports Joe Biden

The Puerto Rican actress got funny and serious when discussing why Americans need to vote Trump out of office.

AOC, Judge Salas, and Vanessa Guillén: 3 Attacks, No Coincidence

Ignore the role race plays in acts of violence against women, and we miss the chance to call out language that aids and abets turbo-fueled hate aimed at punishing women of color for daring to wield power.

WATCH: Federal Judge Esther Salas Speaks for the First Time Since Her Son’s Murder

The son and husband of an esteemed Latina federal judge were shot last month by a man who later committed suicide. Her son did not survive the shooting.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
WATCH: AOC Responds to Rep. Ted Yoho on the House Floor

"My father, thankfully, is not alive to see how Mr. Yoho treated his daughter."