The first bilingual voting site also serves as a one-stop-shop for voter access.
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Trump has selected his nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Over two decades, the current president of the United States evaded taxes, amassed millions in debt, The New York Times revealed.
A panel of Philly’s Latina leaders gathered virtually to discuss the power of the Latina Vote. Photo: ALAPHL
Castro will be the first Mexican, first Latino, and first POC to lead the largest university system in the United States.
The latest twist in Trump’s efforts to cut the once-a-decade count short was just thwarted.
Tras lamentar la pérdida de un icono de la Corte Suprema de Justicia, recordamos lo que RBG hizo por la comunidad latina.
Un importante debate se celebró en la Cámara sobre la representación de los Latinx en la industria del cine.
Diversity in American media — does it exist? An important discussion was held today in the House about representation in the industry.
Extreme urban heat has a disproportionate impact on specific Philadelphia neighborhoods.
Congress has passed Savanna's Act, addressing the crisis of sexual violence, missing cases, and murders of Indigenous women.
“This is not numbers, these are people’s stories here in Philadelphia,” Rep. Danilo Burgos said.
Latinx leaders across the nation react to the grim milestone.
Hispanic Caucus members are calling on the FBI for an immediate investigation into misinformed and false ads targeting Latinos.
House Democrats deem healthcare inadequate in ICE facilities, after numerous allegations of medical neglect.
Jessica Alba, Salma Hayek, Eva Longoria Bastón, Jennifer Lopez, Desi Perkins, Zoe Saldana, and more join the climate change campaign.
It’s a dangerous situation for Joe Biden in particular, as it is largely at his expense.
AOC calls for party unity, perhaps in a way Biden has failed to do during his run for President.
En resumen: La atención médica.
El 20 de septiembre se cumplieron tres años desde que el huracán María tocó tierra en Puerto Rico.
Bottom line: Healthcare.
Sept. 20 marked three years since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico.
As we mourn the loss of a Supreme Court Justice icon, let’s reflect on what RBG did for the Latino community.
El 17 de septiembre, la Cámara de Representantes votó para aprobar la Ley de Equidad para Trabajadoras Embarazadas por 329-73 votos.
En una carta firmada por 125 organizaciones nacionales y estatales, la NDWA exigió 50 mil millones de dólares para el cuidado de los niños y 200 mil millones para la educación K-12