Latinos


Maxima Guerrero
While DACA Survives SCOTUS, One Recipient Was Just Threatened With Deportation

Although no charges were filed against her, Máxima Guerrero's arrest last month nearly landed her in an immigration detention center.

Reyna Montoya stands outside her home
Protest, Pandemic, and Anxiety: What It’s Like for the 650,000 DACA Recipients Awaiting Court Decision

The immigration status of Nearly 7,000 DACA recipients in Arizona who have been working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic is at risk.

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SURVEY: Latino Families And Businesses Say CARES Act Left Them Behind

I’ve worked with hundreds of businesses and I can count on one hand how many businesses have been approved and actually received those funds.”

Latino 2020 Census
There’s Still Time! Here’s Why It’s Important For All Latino Communities to Fill Out the 2020 Census

The deadline for this year’s 2020 Census was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so Americans now have until Oct. 31 to make themselves count.

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No PPP And No Options: Why These Latino Salon Owners Had No Choice But To Reopen

These Latino beauty salon owners had no choice but to get back in business amid the pandemic and their fears of coronavirus.

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Study: Arizona Latinos Need More Life-Saving CPR Training and Resources

Bystander CPR is less common in primarily Latino communities, and chances of surviving a cardiac arrest in those neighborhoods are low.

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Latinos Could Save This Country. But First, We Must Conquer Our Racism Against Black Americans.

In spite of being the two most powerful voting minorities in the U.S., African Americans and Latinos have a common enemy. Hint: It is not each other.