In this issue
- Deaths in ICE detention centers
- Mexican Consulate starts its annual labor rights week
- Are child abductions increasing?
- Wonderful World: Discover Santiago de Chile
This year, 2020, has been and continues to be historic. The coronavirus pandemic has dictated how we live since late February. Thousands of K-12 students
By Angie Baldelomar Kansas City Public Theatre is premiering its first Spanish-language radio drama. “El Amor que Mueve el Sol y las demas Estrellas” tells
By Angie Baldelomar Silas Martinez never imagined he would work in a movie, let alone star in one. But in early 2020, friend and local
No winner yet, but Biden pulls ahead By Angie Baldelomar A full day after Election Day, neither candidate had reached the 270 Electoral College votes
By Roberta PardoJoe Biden will be sworn in as U.S. president next week.But in lieu of the normal in-person festivities, his inaugural committee is producing
By Angie BaldelomarThe KU Medical Center’s Juntos Center for Advancing Latino Health is working to dispel misinformation regarding COVID-19 among the Hispanic community and share
America’s Covid-19 death toll and the number of deaths resulting from America’s gun violence epidemic are real-life drama that hijacked headlines and attention last year.
Nicolás Valdés Paleta, el hijo de Ludwika Paleta y Plutarco Haza, se lanza como cantante este 11 de enero, y lo hace con el sencillo