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Latinas To Watch Inside The White House

Latinas To Watch Inside The White House

Latinas To Watch Inside The White House Opinion By Lili Gil Valletta It is a widely known fact that women face unique challenges gaining access to career opportunities and positions of leadership. There are gaps, and they are real for

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Latino leadership equals Latino Power

Latino leadership equals Latino Power

Latino leadership equals Latino Power By Juana Bordas I grew up in the early 1950s when Latinos were in a cultural no man’s land. Those were the days when the signs No Mexicans – No Dogs hung in the windows of Texas

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50 Most Important Latino Republicans

50 Most Important Latino Republicans

50 Most Important Latino Republicans By Jordan Morales One of the fastest growing racial groups in the United States, Latinos will make up about a quarter of the population by 2050, according to the Pew Research Center. After Mitt Romney’s

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Latina Congressional Candidate Moves Beyond Being a Maxim Model

Latina Congressional Candidate Moves Beyond Being a Maxim Model

Latina Congressional Candidate Moves Beyond Being a Maxim Model By Reza Gorhesi   Getting ready for the 2018 Congressional election is someone you may not expect to see in government: Maxim model Alejandra Campoverdi (Ali Campoverdi). Although she’s a talented government staffer, Campoverdi

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First Latino To Lead DNC

First Latino To Lead DNC

First Ever Latino Head of Democratic Party Over the weekend at the DNC’s Winter Meeting in Atlanta, DNC members from across the country elected Tom Perez, the first ever Latino, to serve as Chair of the DNC. Chair Tom Perez

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Trump May Match Obama on Deportations, but Would Radically Shift Focus

Trump May Match Obama on Deportations, but Would Radically Shift Focus

President Barack Obama was criticized as “deporter in chief” for policies that led to the removal of a record 2.5 million people during his tenure. President-elect Donald Trump could match those numbers while dramatically shifting the focus of enforcement. (Featured

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Democrats Sue Trump, GOP, to Stop What They Call Voter Intimidation

Democrats Sue Trump, GOP, to Stop What They Call Voter Intimidation

A Democratic lawsuit accuses Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of using his campaign rallies, like this one in Phoenix Saturday, to “implore his supporters to engage in unlawful voter intimidation.”(Photo by Karla Liriano/Cronkite News) By Aida Chavez, Allie Bice and

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Obama Warns of Rising Nationalism in Final UN Speech

Obama Warns of Rising Nationalism in Final UN Speech

By Lorin McLain Donald Trump’s proposed border wall seemed to find it’s way into President Obama’s final speech as president to the UN General Assembly. Obama’s message to world leaders this week sounded more reflective and cautionary than an optimistic

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New Poll: Hispanics say Candidates Are Not Listening to their Health Concerns

New Poll: Hispanics say Candidates Are Not Listening to their Health Concerns

(Alexandria, VA) — A strong majority of Americans (81%) say medicines available today have improved their quality of life and even more (91%) say it is important to develop better medicines for conditions we currently treat, according to a new national public

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FBI Report Exposes Clinton Trust Issues and “Extreme Carelessness”

FBI Report Exposes Clinton Trust Issues and “Extreme Carelessness”

By: Lorin McLain Hillary Clinton might look like she’s under no threat of indictment over her email practices, but she’s not out of the woods yet. FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday said “no charges are appropriate” for the presumptive

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