“COVID-19 is the tip of the iceberg of vulnerability for Hispanics,” and eliminating disparities should be a national priority, he writes.
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Latinx foundation presidents, CEOs and trustees come together to examine issues of crucial importance to Black and brown communities.
Worsening climate change deepens educational inequities across the United States and around the world, UCLA’s R. Jisung Park finds.
Candidates launch virtual strategies to get out the vote as the campaign timetable is hastened by the push toward early voting.
“Sometimes when people want to make government better, they make it harder for communities of color,” she says.
As travel of all kinds has declined during the pandemic, app-based mobility companies seek new ways to stay nimble.
Report from the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative recommends preparing and retraining the Latino workforce for jobs in the digital economy.
A recent survey of school social workers reveals concern that the COVID-19 pandemic is compounding child abuse and neglect, at least to a moderate degree.
Research measures the impact of interventions designed to reduce intimate partner violence among Tanzanian youth.
“I’m not sure there was a winner out of this debate. But the loser was the American people. They deserve better than this,” he says of the contentious face-off.