Stories tagged: "Puerto Ricans"

7 Boricua Restaurants in Florida Pa’ Chuparse Los Dedos

¿Quién se le resiste a un buen plato de arroz con gandules o a unas ricas alcapurrias? Here's where you can find the best taste from la isla in FL.

How Rep. Anna Eskamani Is Working for Puerto Ricans in Florida

The Orlando representative says she works hard for the rights of everyday people and for those who think government does not work for them. That includes Boricuas in the Sunshine State.

Latinos Were Undercounted in the Census. Here’s Why It Matters.

Undercounted states can lose out not only on political representation and Electoral College votes, but, very importantly, on federal funding that uses census data as a base. This can have a profound impact on individuals and families.

130,000 Newly Naturalized Citizens Could Decide the Georgia Senate Runoffs

As the state votes in January to determine control of the US Senate, Latino voting power becomes critically important.

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Puerto Ricans in the US Are Ready To Vote in the Presidential Election, Poll Says

Most of those surveyed disapprove of how Trump responded to the pandemic.

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Puerto Ricans in Florida Could Decide 2020

With 1.2 million Puerto Ricans in the Sunshine State, nearly one in five Hispanic people in Florida is Boricua.

Witnessing Injustice Made Lisa Marie Hernández a Warrior for Reproductive Rights

The activist is dedicated to women’s reproductive rights and the fair treatment of Puerto Rico and its people.