Latino Voices

In April, police in Alameda, California, kneeled on Mario Gonzalez’s back for nearly five minutes before he died.
The misinformation crisis among South Florida’s Hispanic communities is warping some residents’ understanding of reality — and straining family ties as a result.
Thanks to COVID-19, it's like a jungle out there on the dating apps.
Parents upset by delays in reopening schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic collected enough signatures to force the special recall election.
And then turn it into art. The Confederate monument, removed from a city park earlier this year, was at the center of a deadly white supremacist rally in 2017.
"When our adoptive parents do not properly prepare us for a racialized world, we are left playing a game of catch-up."
On cable talk shows, Biden administration officials stuck to their message about the risks posed by misinformation on social media.
“Different families will deal with a pregnancy loss in their own ways, but they deserve the opportunity to deal with it,” said Sen. Tammy Duckworth, a co-lead on the Support Through Loss Act.
The last hike came early in former President Barack Obama’s first term.
On Instagram, Ryan Dorsey described 5-year-old Josey as "an intuitive soul," adding, "He misses you but knows he’ll see you again."