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jueves, 22 de agosto de 2019

Major in Mary? University of Maryland Kicks Off the US's First Master's Cannabis Program

As previously reported on BELatina, Black and Latinx people continue to be left out of an industry they pioneered long before it was the newest ...


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An Afro-Mexican Woman's Fight Against Racism And Hyper-Sexualization

... when I was a girl,” Diedhou told Latino USA about her experiences growing up. .... “There are many people who are Afro and they don't know it.


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Trump says he's weighing cuts in payroll taxes, capital gains but dismisses recession fears

Trump said "a lot of people" would like to see a payroll tax cut, which he said "very much affects the .... Now, the fear among Latino people is palpable.


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March For Our Lives' Peace Plan Would Ensure You Don't Live In Fear Of Gun Violence

Many mass shootings have singled out specific communities — the majority of people who were killed in El Paso were Latinx; the 2016 shooting at ...


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Scaramucci says he will start and fund a super PAC to 'dismantle' Trump

"I can grab ahold of 5, 6, 8% of the people that know he's nuts and possibly move them," he said. ... Now, the fear among Latino people is palpable.


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Nearly every single person arrested for weed in NYC this year was black or Latinx

Black and Latinx New Yorkers accounted for 94 percent of all low-level marijuana arrests in New York City during the first six months of the year, ...


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'Heartbreaking': Racist drivers in Idaho have been harassing busses of Latino schoolkids

“In people's eyes, we are all undocumented,” said Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs executive director Margie Gonzalez. “If we're brown skinned ...


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Florida Nurses Threatened to Be Fired For Speaking Spanish to Each Other

The Latinx community in Haines City, Florida makes up 45 percent of the population which is why seven Spanish-speaking nurses were hired at a ...


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