How the Virus Unraveled Hispanic American Families


https://www.9news.com/article/news/health/children-insurance-hispanic-latino-communities/73-af8f0ded-6bed-493c-8115-e552affdadc3?fbclid=IwAR2yMA0PgP2ZePmyNy_njZJo0AxECGosWPcC_VUfkyOAi4IFgyj7TJA0xio
Deaths in Santa Clara County, Calif., highlight a terrible disparity of the pandemic: Covid-19 killed many Hispanic Americans at younger ages.
Coalition to Introduce Comprehensive Immigration Reform Legislation
Modeled off of President Biden’s bold plan, the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 restores fairness and humanity to system, strengthens families, boosts our economy, bolsters national security, and opens pathway to citizenship for millions
SB21-087: There’s a push to give Colorado’s agricultural workers more protections and better pay. The industry isn’t having it.
Workers in the $41 billion industry cannot unionize and do not get overtime pay for what can be grueling work.
Toward a More Perfect Union: Understanding Systemic Racism and Resulting Inequity in Latino Communities
Although it’s not the only cause of socioeconomic disparity, systemic racism is a key factor explaining the unequal social, political, and economic opportunities for the nation’s 60 million Latinos.
What’s Behind the Hispanic Vaccination Gap?
Hispanic people across the United States continue to be especially underrepresented among those vaccinated for Covid-19, according to a New York Times analysis of state-reported race and ethnicity information.
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