Latino Voices

Renee Schmidt told HuffPost that if she became pregnant and couldn't get an abortion, her spine would likely dislocate because of her disability.
“I am uniquely good at building coalitions that extend far outside of the progressive movement.”
Minutes after the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson dropped, Missouri became the first state to enact its trigger ban.
The legislation is unlikely to pass, but Sen. Tina Smith told HuffPost that the safe, effective abortion method is “a very important thing to be protecting right now.”
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“OK, and imagine what J.Lo would have said if I was the third [performer]!” the “Conga!” singer said.
Just over a quarter of abortion clinics in the country will be forced to close, mostly because of trigger laws in the South and Midwest, according to a new report.
Half of Black immigrant cleaners and nannies surveyed said they had to work in places where they or others had COVID-19.
The artist and music historian is amplifying voices and calling out the erasure of Black Latino contributions to music through her platform, Reggaeton Con La Gata.
Violence is entrenched in the United States' ethos. America is savage, and always has been.