Tag: Latinx

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Preliminary 2020 Census Data Suggest Massive Undercount of Minorities Including Latinx and Asian Populations

As more data from the 2020 Census emerges from the federal government, advocacy experts are becoming increasingly alarmed that vast swaths of minority segments, including Asian, Latinx, Black, and Indigenous populations, were severely undercounted during the last survey of the nation’s population conducted under the leadership of former President Donald…

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The US Breaks Its Record for Daily COVID-19 Deaths — Again; New Hope in Reuniting Immigrant Families Separated by Trump Administration at the Border; and More

The U.S. breaks its record for daily COVID-19 deaths. Again.   The United States has surpassed 14 million cases of COVID-19 infection (less than a week after hitting the 13-million milestone) and things are looking even grimmer as the country heads into the winter season. More troublingly, The New York Times…

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TIAA Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a Focus on Career Growth in the Hispanic/ Latino Community

Via TIAA press team In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, TIAA hosted several events in September and October that educated and entertained employees about the Latino culture and community. Hispanic Heritage Month starts September 15, which marks the independence of many Latin American countries, and ends on October 15….