Tag: LATINOS

Safe Talk: Fear in the Immigrant and Latino Community with Yanira...

On this episode of Safe Talk, we talk with Yanira Chacon, Director of the Casa Mary Johanna at St. Brigid’s Parish in Westbury, which...

Polling places were scarce in Arizona Latino districts during primaries

If you know anyone who voted in the Arizona primary in Maricopa County last week you probably heard complaints that they waited in long...

The Long Island Wins Radio Show: New Latino Advisory Committee in...

In this program we interview Maritza Guichay and Angela Quintero, Co-Chairs of the newly formed Latino Advisory Committee (LAC) in East Hampton. Maritza and Angela,...

A conversation with Latinos on race

A new Op-Doc by The New York Times, “A conversation with Latinos on Race,” is part of the NYT’s “Conversation on Race,” a series...

Opening arguments for Sergeant Greene’s trial began on Tuesday

The trial against former Suffolk County Sergeant Scott Greene began Tuesday with the defendant side rejecting almost all the accusations, in a case that...

2,000 new voters in African American and Latino communities

With chants of “Our Voice, Our Vote,” two dozen immigrant and worker advocates celebrated yesterday National Voter Registration Day, and announced over 2,000 new...

D’Innocenzo: Country in Need of a New ‘Common Sense’

This is the fourth part of our new series by esteemed historian, professor, and activist Michael D’Innocenzo. Inspired by our enormously successful summit on...

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