Bringing the border closer to home, one immersion trip at a time
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Bringing the border closer to home, one immersion trip at a time

This unfamiliarity can make it easy for politicians to distort what’s going on there and hard for immigration advocates and social movements to muster support for their primary goal: making U.S. policies toward undocumented people and asylum-seekers more humane.

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How Hispanics really feel about Trump
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How Hispanics really feel about Trump

For the first time in history, Hispanic voters are expected to be the largest minority group in the 2020 electorate, according to the Pew Research Center.

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The Hispanic Promise
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The Hispanic Promise

The Hispanic Promise was launched three months ago at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in the first ever Hispanics event in Davos aimed to bring attention to global leaders about the potential of the Hispanic community as a growth engine and an essential business opportunity.

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Communities of Color Advocate for a More Reflective Democracy
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Communities of Color Advocate for a More Reflective Democracy

Oregon’s leading racial justice and civil rights organizations PCUN (Oregon’s Farmworker Union), Latino Network, ACLU of Oregon, APANO, and Northwest Health Foundation - filed an Oregon Voting Rights Act, that would enshrine the spirit of the Federal Voting Rights Act in Oregon law. HB 3310,

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REMEZCLA Becomes First Latino Publication To Ever Win A Webby
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REMEZCLA Becomes First Latino Publication To Ever Win A Webby

This is the first time a Latino publication has ever won a Webby Award, which is hailed as the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times.  Respected as one of the most influential Latino youth media brands, REMEZCLA is one of few entities in the industry that is Latino-owned and is still led by members of the new Latino generation it aims to serve.

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LAWSUIT GOES AFTER $2 BILLION BAIL INDUSTRY PROFITING OFF POOR PEOPLE
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LAWSUIT GOES AFTER $2 BILLION BAIL INDUSTRY PROFITING OFF POOR PEOPLE

In April of 2017, Eugene Mitchell and his wife Shayleen Meuchell were in bed with their then four-year-old daughter when a party of six bounty hunters from the Montana Civil Assistance Group broke down their front door. They charged into Mitchell and Meuchell’s bedroom with guns and rifles pointed to arrest Mitchell, who had inadvertently missed a court hearing a few days before for two misdemeanor traffic charges.

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 Violence Against Women and Migration
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Violence Against Women and Migration

The number of Central American women who make difficult, often harrowing, journeys to the United States to flee domestic and gang violence is rising.

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John Leguizamo Encourages Fans to Find Their Passion
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John Leguizamo Encourages Fans to Find Their Passion

John Leguizamo Encourages Fans to Find Their Passion and Pursue Their Dreams in New Pepsi® Commercial Debuting During Billboard Latin Music Awards

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