Stories tagged: "Social Justice"


Immigration - Reform - Tolerance
Biden’s DOJ Officially Rescinds ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Rule

The decision undoes the Trump administration’s massively unpopular policy responsible for the separation of more than 5,500 children from their parents at the U.S-Mexico border.

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Puerto Rico Official Wants Supplemental Security Benefits for Thousands of Island Residents

The speaker of the local House of Representatives wants the United States Department of Justice to address a court case that affects over 300,000 Puerto Ricans residing on the island who do not receive the supplementary benefit.

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Black and Latino Groups Unite and Demand Trump Be Removed From Office Right Now

"Donald Trump incited today's violent attack on our democracy," reads the letter signed by dozens of group leaders.

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Beloved Activist Nilda Álvarez Took a Stand Against Femicide in Puerto Rico. Now She’s One of the Latest Victims.

As of Nov. 18th, 42 women have been murdered on the island so far this year.

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This Mom Called Out Puerto Rico’s Candidates for Governor. She Has a Damn Good Reason.

The single mom of a 27-year-old man with cerebral palsy thinks most of the candidates lack awareness and commitment toward people with disabilities

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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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Orlando Community Calls to Change Middle School’s Name to Honor Roberto Clemente

Parents and local organizations demand replacing the name of a Confederate general to tribute the Puerto Rican baseball legend. This would be the first school in Central Florida named after a Latino.