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Fronteras: Oral Histories Bridge The Gap Between Latino Veterans And U.S. History – Texas Public Radio

May 18, 2019 LatinosYMas 0

Latinos have fought in every U.S. conflict, but an accurate number of how many served is still unknown. Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez founded the Voces Oral History Project. For the past two decades, Voces has explored the […]

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Report: Latino health requires better housing, transportation, green spaces – NBC News

May 18, 2019 LatinosYMas 0

Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE May 16, 2019, 12:38 PM UTC By Nicole Acevedo It’s getting harder for many Latinos […]

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On 65th Anniversary of Brown v. Board, School Segregation Is Alive and Well—Especially for Latinos – Mother Jones

May 18, 2019 LatinosYMas 0

In this Sept. 27, 2017 photo students learn about searching for books and keeping track of what they’ve read in the library at Bruce-Guadalupe Community School, a charter school in Milwaukee where 97 percent of […]

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The US white majority will soon disappear forever – Chicago Reporter

May 18, 2019 LatinosYMas 0

Since the settlement of Jamestown in 1607 and the start of the Colonial period, the U.S. has been predominantly white. But the white share of the U.S. population has been dropping, from a little under […]

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Charting the rise of Latino empowerment – UCLA Newsroom

May 18, 2019 LatinosYMas 0

Leading Los Angeles political figures who paved the way for Latino empowerment over the last half-century took the stage at UCLA to share their strategies and personal stories — and underscore that the work is […]