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    Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source

  • Super Productive People Do These 5 Things Everyday
    In the wake of COVID-19, many people are suddenly finding themselves working remotely, and often in close quarters with young … Continue reading Super Productive People Do These 5 Things Everyday → The post Super Productive People Do These 5 Things Everyday appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A... Read more »
  • Seize Your Online Education During Isolation
    As many of us face the realities of a new economy, and a new way of life where we may … Continue reading Seize Your Online Education During Isolation → The post Seize Your Online Education During Isolation appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source.... Read more »
  • Here’s Everything That’s Happened With Your Student Loans In 2 Weeks
    In case you missed it, there have been major changes regarding your student loans. President Donald Trump signed the CARES … Continue reading Here’s Everything That’s Happened With Your Student Loans In 2 Weeks → The post Here’s Everything That’s Happened With Your Student Loans In 2 Weeks appeared first... Read more »
  • Best Practices On Running Virtual Teams From Founder Of Company With 1,000 Remote Employees
    There’s never been a time in our life when businesses couldn’t gather in their buildings and offices for work. While … Continue reading Best Practices On Running Virtual Teams From Founder Of Company With 1,000 Remote Employees → The post Best Practices On Running Virtual Teams From Founder Of Company... Read more »
  • Career Opportunities
    There are many nationwide companies hiring now for remote work and more. HISPANIC Network Magazine connects you with our Job … Continue reading Career Opportunities → The post Career Opportunities appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source.... Read more »
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    Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project

  • Appendix: Immigrant eligible voters by state
    The post Appendix: Immigrant eligible voters by state appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Methodology
    In this report, we analyzed the detailed demographics and geographic distribution of immigrants who are eligible to vote in the 2020 presidential election. The term “eligible voters” refer to persons ages 18 and older who are U.S. citizens. This report’s analysis is based on Pew Research Center tabulations and projections... Read more »
  • Acknowledgments
    This report was written by Abby Budiman, Research Analyst, Luis Noe-Bustamante, Research Assistant and Mark Hugo Lopez, Director of Global Migration and Demography Research. Editorial guidance was provided by Neil G. Ruiz, Associate Director of Global Migration and Demography Research; Jeffrey S. Passel, Senior Demographer; Jens Manuel Krogstad, Senior Writer... Read more »
  • 2. The nation’s most populous states are home to most immigrant voters
    The four states with the largest eligible voter populations – California, New York, Florida and Texas – are also home to most immigrant eligible voters. Together, these states hold over half (56%) of the nation’s immigrant voters. California has the largest immigrant eligible voter population by a large margin. In... Read more »
  • 1. U.S. immigrants are rising in number, but just half are eligible to vote
    Not all immigrants are U.S. citizens, and as a result, not all immigrants are eligible to vote in federal elections.4 Between 2000 and 2018, over 10 million adult immigrants have gained citizenship and become eligible to vote, raising the share of the foreign-born population that can vote to about half... Read more »
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    Blog – Latino Decisions

  • Memo: Disparate Impacts of COVID-19 on Latino Communities
    The COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent pandemic has already exacted a greater toll on the public health, economic and social wellbeing of Americans than any viral outbreak since the 1918 influenza.... The post Memo: Disparate Impacts of COVID-19 on Latino Communities appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • NBCNews: Latino voters aren’t apathetic, Sanders’ Nevada win shows. Stop blaming them for low turnout.
    Stephen Nuño-Perez, Senior Analyst, wrote a piece for NBCNews on Latino mobilization following the Nevada caucus: For decades, pundits have referred to the rapidly growing Latino population as a sleeping... The post NBCNews: Latino voters aren’t apathetic, Sanders’ Nevada win shows. Stop blaming them for low turnout. appeared first on... Read more »
  • Poll: Climate Action Increasingly Important to Nevada’s Latino Community
    NEWS RELEASE Contact: EDF Action: Hannah Blatt,hblatt@edfaction.org Latino Decisions: Edward D. Vargas, edward.vargas@latinodecisions.com (Las Vegas, Nevada – February 21, 2020) Latino Decisions and EDF Action released new polling showing that... The post Poll: Climate Action Increasingly Important to Nevada’s Latino Community appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Latino Voters are Betting on Bernie
    Latinos are politically energized in 2020 and their votes can propel a candidate into the winner’s circle. The stakes could not be higher for the Democratic presidential hopefuls as they... The post Latino Voters are Betting on Bernie appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Latest Univision Polling Results Published in Lead-Up to Democratic Debate
    Univision Publishes Complete Results of its Latest Electoral Surveys in the Lead-Up to the Next Democratic Debate Two new Univision News surveys –a National Latino Voter Poll and a Nevada... The post Latest Univision Polling Results Published in Lead-Up to Democratic Debate appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
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    La Plaza

  • Farmworkers worry about their safety amid coronavirus pandemic
    California has ordered all residents to stay home because of the threat of COVID-19, but thousands of farmworkers like Mariana are still showing up at work — despite worries that their employers are not doing enough to protect or support them. Mariana, who wanted to use her first name only... Read more »
  • Candace Valenzuela, the Latina underdog for Texas House seat picks up momentum
    The only Latina challenger for a Texas House seat in 2020 broke her district’s single-quarter fundraising record for a Democrat, surpassing a high achieved 15 years ago, according to preliminary numbers from the campaign. Candace Valenzuela, a local school board member, is facing a July runoff election against fellow Democrat... Read more »
  • Lorenas Borjas, a historic figure for LGBTQ rights and Latinos in New York died from the coronavirus
    Lorena Borjas, an undocumented migrant in the United States, a transgender and precarious person, but above all a historic fighter for LGBTQ rights and Latinos died in New York City. She is remembered for handing out condoms to the sex workers in her neighborhood in Jackson Heights. She also organized syringe exchanges to protect... Read more »
  • Today, Census day, Univision releases Spanish-language ‘anthem’ to get Latinos to participate
    Uforia, Univision’s Latin music multimedia channel, launched a Spanish-language census “anthem” today to persuade U.S. Latinos to participate in the decennial count. The song’s theme centers on the importance of participating in the census, despite the fear of many Latinos to engage with government. “Who said fear?” begin the song’s... Read more »
  • Supreme Court turning its attention to Sanctuary laws
    The Trump administration’s efforts to force state and local authorities to abandon “sanctuary” policies and cooperate with federal immigration agents have mostly been panned by lower courts, and the Supreme Court soon may weigh in. One justice — albeit one no longer on the high court — already has. Retired... Read more »