Stories tagged: "Op-ed"


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‘There Needs to Be More People Like Me’: Ilia Calderón on Why She’s Speaking Up in This Moment

The first Afro-Latina anchor of Univisión tells us how to use this critical moment in the discussion of racism and equality.

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Living With COVID-19 in Puerto Rico Is No Joke. Here’s What It’s Like.

From dealing with shame and judgment to testing positive over and over again, this is what having COVID-19 looked like for one 43-year-old Puerto Rican man.

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I’m a Gay, Religious Puerto Rican. Stop Using God to Attack My Community.

A public theologian to the political class: How long will the members of the LGBTQ community need to be uncertain about being allowed to live?

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Why Latinos Shouldn’t Fall for the Trap of Identity Politics

While emphasizing our otherness can give otherwise disenfranchised people a sense of purpose, meaning, and community, there is a flip side.

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Your Guide to Raising Anti-Racist Kids in Today’s America

Raising anti-racist children is everyone's task, and it starts at home. Here's an invitation — and some useful tips — for all moms and dads.

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All the Messed Up Things Steve King Said About Latinos That Got Him Kicked Out

Goodbye and good riddance to this Iowa legislator, a man who repeatedly said awful things about Latinos and Black people for more than 18 years.

Its not the Wrath of God. A Priest Debunks the Spiritual Meaning of the Pandemic
It’s Not the “Wrath of God.” A Priest Debunks the Spiritual Meaning of the Pandemic.

Trump's Bible Study group minister believes the COVID-19 pandemic is a manifestation of God's anger. Now, what does spirituality have to do with it?