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    Remezcla

  • Aventura and Bad Bunny Close Out The Summer (of Touching Again) With “Volvi”
    When Aventura and Bad Bunny dropped a bomb on August 1: an unexpected collaboration being hours away from release, longtime fans of the band and Benito were overjoyed — and in little time, the internet exploded.  “Hoy a las 12 de la medianoche se bebeeee,” wrote Bad Bunny in his... Read more »
  • 13-Year Old Rayssa Leal Went From Viral Skateboarding Star to Olympic Winner
    It was a scene straight out of a fairy tale for young Brazillian athlete Rayssa Leal. The 13-year old took home the silver medal in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics in women’s street skateboarding.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rayssa Leal (@rayssalealsk8) Rayssa has come a long... Read more »
  • Luciana Alvarado Ends Olympic Routine With Tribute To BLM Movement
    Costa Rican Athlete Luciana Alvarado’s Olympic floor routine was historic for two reasons. First, Luciana is the first gymnast to qualify for the Olympics from Costa Rica. Then, Alvarado paid tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement at the conclusion of her performance. This performance was the first of its... Read more »
  • This Latinx Studies Professor Was Forced to Leave Harvard After Tenure Was Denied
    “Me estás jodiendo” (“You’re kidding me”) was the first thing that Lorgia García Peña, a professor of Latinx studies at Harvard, said when she found out the Ivy League university had denied her tenure after teaching there for six years. According to The New Yorker, faculty who are denied tenure must... Read more »
  • Meet First Non-Binary Character on Disney’s Barrier-Breaking ‘The Owl House’
    Disney Channel’s The Owl House continues to break barriers. It recently introduced its first-ever non-binary character during its second season. The new character is Raine Whispers, who was introduced during the July 24 episode “Eda’s Requiem.” Raine is described as a “sharp and hardworking Head Witch of the Bard Coven” and uses... Read more »
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    Latino

  • Judge temporarily blocks Texas order targeting suspected migrants
    A federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked the Texas governor's executive order that directed state law enforcement to target suspected migrants, ruling that it will likely fail against a legal challenge from the Biden administration.District...... Read more »
  • Unaccompanied children picked up at border likely hit record in July: report
    The number of unaccompanied children stopped at the southern border likely hit a record high in June, The Associated Press reported, a surprising development as the high summer temperatures typically stymie border crossings.U.S....... Read more »
  • ACLU reignites Title 42 suit, pushing Biden on border policy
    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is reviving a lawsuit challenging the government's use of a public health authority to quickly expel people crossing the Southern border, preventing them from seeking asylum.The suit was filed against the...... Read more »
  • Harris 'root causes' immigration plan faces challenges
    Vice President Harris’s "root causes" initiative for stemming Northern Triangle migration to the United States is facing serious headwinds before it takes off as governments in Mexico and Guatemala split with the Biden administration on key policy...... Read more »
  • Biden administration restarts fast-track deportation flights
    The Department of Homeland Security announced in a statement Friday that it had restarted flights expediting the removal of families back to Central America.DHS said that it resumed flights for “certain families who recently arrived at the...... Read more »
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    Latino

  • Judge temporarily blocks Texas order targeting suspected migrants
    A federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked the Texas governor's executive order that directed state law enforcement to target suspected migrants, ruling that it will likely fail against a legal challenge from the Biden administration.District...... Read more »
  • Unaccompanied children picked up at border likely hit record in July: report
    The number of unaccompanied children stopped at the southern border likely hit a record high in June, The Associated Press reported, a surprising development as the high summer temperatures typically stymie border crossings.U.S....... Read more »
  • ACLU reignites Title 42 suit, pushing Biden on border policy
    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is reviving a lawsuit challenging the government's use of a public health authority to quickly expel people crossing the Southern border, preventing them from seeking asylum.The suit was filed against the...... Read more »
  • Harris 'root causes' immigration plan faces challenges
    Vice President Harris’s "root causes" initiative for stemming Northern Triangle migration to the United States is facing serious headwinds before it takes off as governments in Mexico and Guatemala split with the Biden administration on key policy...... Read more »
  • Biden administration restarts fast-track deportation flights
    The Department of Homeland Security announced in a statement Friday that it had restarted flights expediting the removal of families back to Central America.DHS said that it resumed flights for “certain families who recently arrived at the...... Read more »


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    Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source

  • Announcing our newest show, Locker Room Talk, an all-Latina look at women in sports
    By La Vida Baseball We’re excited to announce the launch of our new weekly show highlighting the achievements of women and … Continue reading Announcing our newest show, Locker Room Talk, an all-Latina look at women in sports → The post Announcing our newest show, Locker Room Talk, an all-Latina look... Read more »
  • 3 Ways to Successfully Brand Your Business
    By Kat Castagnoli While starting a minority-owned business has its share of challenges, the opportunities to grow are enormous. Statistics … Continue reading 3 Ways to Successfully Brand Your Business → The post 3 Ways to Successfully Brand Your Business appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News... Read more »
  • J Balvin Teams Up With UPS to Support Small Businesses: ‘I Know What It’s Like to Start From Scratch’
    By Jessica Roiz, Billboard The COVID-19 outbreak greatly impacted small businesses around the world, including in the Latinx community. As things … Continue reading J Balvin Teams Up With UPS to Support Small Businesses: ‘I Know What It’s Like to Start From Scratch’ → The post J Balvin Teams Up With... Read more »
  • Is a Lack of Soft Skills Keeping You from Opportunity?
    You may have heard that employers are interested in hiring people with good “soft skills.” But what exactly are good … Continue reading Is a Lack of Soft Skills Keeping You from Opportunity? → The post Is a Lack of Soft Skills Keeping You from Opportunity? appeared first on Hispanic... Read more »
  • Colorado gets first Latina state historian
    Douglas County Press Colorado State Historian is a position that has been around for almost 100 years, dating back to … Continue reading Colorado gets first Latina state historian → The post Colorado gets first Latina state historian appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source.... Read more »
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    Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project

  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    This statistical profile of the foreign-born population in the 50 states and the District of Columbia is based on Pew Research Center tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2010 and 2018 American Community Survey (ACS) and the 1960-2000 decennial censuses. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    As of 2018, 19% of the national immigrant population lives in the top five counties: Los Angeles County, California; Miami-Dade County, Florida; Harris County, Texas; Cook County, Illinois; and Queens County, New York. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    There were a record 44.8 million immigrants living in the U.S. in 2018, making up 13.7% of the nation’s population. This represents a more than fourfold increase since 1960. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    There were a record 44.8 million immigrants living in the U.S. in 2018, making up 13.7% of the nation’s population. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    Key statistics about immigrants in the United States from 1980 to 2018. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
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    Blog – Latino Decisions

  • Alex Padilla, Latino Champion of Voter Access, New California US Senator
      In a historic event, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has been appointed as United States Senator by Governor Gavin Newsom. Secretary Padilla, who has a mechanical engineering degree... The post Alex Padilla, Latino Champion of Voter Access, New California US Senator appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Fifteen Competitive Congressional Districts Latinos Will Decide in 2022
    With the country more divided than ever, the Democrats secured the White House for the next four years and it was undoubtedly with the help of people of color across... The post Fifteen Competitive Congressional Districts Latinos Will Decide in 2022 appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Latinos and the Environment
    By Edward Vargas Latino voters indicate that the President and Congress should reinstate and enforce regulations that existed prior to the Covid-19 pandemic and create clean jobs and green infrastructure... The post Latinos and the Environment appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Native American Voters Help Biden Take the State of Arizona
    The importance of the Native American vote in 2020 was most apparent in Arizona, a state that had not gone to the Democrats since 1996. A key swing state in... The post Native American Voters Help Biden Take the State of Arizona appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Native Americans Overcome Major Obstacles; Part of Voting Coalition That Led Biden to Victory
    There was major enthusiasm about the Native American electorate’s potential role in the 2020 election outcome following a historic 2018 mid-term election where the importance of the Native American population... The post Native Americans Overcome Major Obstacles; Part of Voting Coalition That Led Biden to Victory appeared first on Latino... Read more »
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    La Plaza

  • Audio from migrant detention facilities reveals sexual assault by staff
    New audio from inside a U.S. government shelter for unaccompanied migrant children in Fort Bliss, Texas, reveals allegations of sexual misconduct by staff toward minors, acknowledgement the children were running low on clean clothes and shoes as well as a reluctance by officials to make public the scope of the... Read more »
  • Biden states he will push for a pathway to citizenship for million in economic package
    President Biden reiterated his support for a Democratic effort to include immigration policy in his multi-trillion anti-poverty package, assuring a group of lawmakers that he would stand by them in their push to see a pathway to citizenship for millions signed into law. Securing Biden’s vocal and support is a... Read more »
  • DREAMEr qualifies for the Olympics, but his DACA status almost kept him away
    Runner Luis Grijalva, an Arizona college student, got the news that he will be going to Tokyo to participate in the Olympics, representing his native country, Guatemala. However, in his case, being able to live his dream as an Olympian went beyond qualifying as an athlete. Grijalva was named to... Read more »
  • New Biden Immigration Plan Will Speed Up Asylum and Deportation
    As the number of migrants increases to the highest level in two decades, the Biden administration has drafted a 21- point plan to weigh their asylum claims more quickly and deport those who don’t qualify. In the plan, the administration calls for asylum officers to have full authority to rule... Read more »
  • DACA Ruling Puts Weight of Immigration Reform on Democrats
    Last week, a federal judge in Texas blocked new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The decision puts in limbo status of hundreds of thousands of DREAMers, including 50,000 new DACA applicants who had not yet been enrolled in the program. The court decision has put... Read more »