In this issue:
- La deportación masiva ha sucedido antes
- Zuckerberg inspirado por estudiante indocumentado
- Recuerde tomar precauciones de seguridad durante el verano
By Roberta Pardo A new study reveals that three simple behaviors could stop most of the COVID-19 pandemic, even without a vaccine or additional treatments.
By Roberta Pardo Hurricane Hanna barreled through the Atlantic Ocean over the weekend, hitting Texas and Mexico. The evening of July 25, Hanna touched down
Dept. of Revenue takes precautions against COVID-19 while keeping safety and health top-of-mind TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly directed the Kansas Department of Revenue to begin
In this issue Chavez-Bueno, Olarte explore why more Latinos are getting COVID-19 Florentino Camacho dies at 71 Avalos readying for virtual school year
By Chara On Sept. 18, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at her home in Washington, D.C., from complications of metastatic cancer of
By Jorge Ramos México es un país que siempre ha estado intranquilo con su pasado. Ha dejado muchas heridas históricas abiertas sin resolver. Por eso
Hello friends, your legal process for immigration is one of the most important things in your life. Be sure to chose a lawyer that you
As Hispanic citizens of this great country, it’s a privilege and incumbent upon us right now to channel our positive energies into assertive civic participation.