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Is vaccine prioritization leaving Latinos behind?

March 29th, 2021|Categories: L'ATTITUDE Network News|

The devastating Texas storm hit families of all races and ethnicities. Even in affluent neighborhoods, power was knocked out causing crisis conditions for families across the state. However, families in lower income areas often don’t have a car or the funds to hunt for groceries, aren’t able to make quick repairs to pipes that have burst, or have access to alternative support systems.

Texas storm makes disproportionate impact

February 25th, 2021|Categories: L'ATTITUDE Network News|

The devastating Texas storm hit families of all races and ethnicities. Even in affluent neighborhoods, power was knocked out causing crisis conditions for families across the state. However, families in lower income areas often don’t have a car or the funds to hunt for groceries, aren’t able to make quick repairs to pipes that have burst, or have access to alternative support systems.

U.S. Latinos poised to serve in the Biden administration

January 28th, 2021|Categories: L'ATTITUDE Network News|

Before his election, President Joe Biden promised that the demographics of his administration would reflect the demographics of today’s America. Partly in response to that promise, the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda have urged President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to also place more Latinos on advisory boards, commissions, and other posts within the federal government, including the judiciary, as well as government jobs.

Latino physician receives first Rhode Island coronavirus vaccine

January 1st, 2021|Categories: L'ATTITUDE Network News|

Dr. Christian Arbelaez, a 46-year-old emergency room physician, was the first person in Rhode Island to receive Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, administered live on MSNBC. Dr. Arbelaez said he is hopeful that he can set an example for the Latino community which has been hit disproportionately hard by the coronavirus.

In 2020 Election U.S. Latinos Emerge as Mainstream in Politics

December 1st, 2020|Categories: L'ATTITUDE Network News|

An independent study of the reported number of Latino voters who voted in each state, together with the percent of Latino voters who voted for Biden and Trump based on exit polls, resulted in data that indicates the critical role U.S. Latinos played in the 2020 presidential election.

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