Stories tagged: "United States"

Latinos Are Familiar With Insurrection, but the Way the Attempted Coup Was Handled Was Unprecedented

An expert said Wednesday’s events in Washington question the moral authority of the United States regarding future involvement in international conflicts—something the country has done throughout history.

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Colonialism Is Racism, Something That Puerto Rico Knows Too Well

The Black Lives Matter movement has created the moment to rethink the country's racist and discriminatory patterns against its territories.

Black Female Mayors Meet the Moment With Leadership Amid Pandemic and Protests

Meet the seven Black women serving as mayors in the nation’s 100 most populous U.S. cities, compared to just one in 2014. Yet, no Black woman has ever served as governor in the U.S.

Celebrities Mobilize to Demand Justice for George Floyd

Lin Manuel Miranda, Kany García, Luis Fonsi, and Residente call on the Latino community to demand justice for George Floyd.

Half of Americans Would Get a COVID-19 Vaccine. Here’s How Many Latinos Say They Would

Blacks and Latinos are more vulnerable to COVID-19, death counts suggest. Yet a new poll shows they are less likely to get vaccinated.

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Puerto Rico Will Vote on Statehood in November

For the first time in the island's history, the referendum will ask just a single question.

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How Trump Twisted The Facts of Michael Flynn’s Legal Case

Reality vs political rhetoric: The truth about Trump's claims on the legal case of Michael Flynn, China, and his pandemic response.