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.

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‘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.

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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.

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‘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.

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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.

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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.

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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."