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Welcome Home: Oscar López Rivera Returns To Puerto Rico

After more than three decades in an Indiana prison, Puerto Rico's longest-held political prisoner is finally home.


Congressional Black Caucus Grapples With First-Ever Dominican Congressman’s Interest

The organization revisits its bylaws amid Adriano Espaillat's interest.


President Trump Threatens To Defund The State Of California

"California in many ways is out of control"


Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui: “The Only Terrorism I’ve Experienced Is At The Hands Of White Men”

"This country was built and continues to survive off the backs of immigrants and refugees."


Miami-Dade Mayor Revokes “Sanctuary City” Status After Donald Trump’s Executive Order

Sanctuary counties have lower crime rates, a stronger economy, and less reliance on public assistance along with lower unemployment.


Dominicans Take A Stand Against Corruption In La Marcha Verde

"This time the citizens will win, and the corrupt will lose"


10 Responses To The #WomensMarch That Clap Back At White Feminism

"What did I learn from the way WW treated native women at #WomensMarch? That we aren't human."


Dominican Senator Of New York Arrested Outside Trump Towers

"The people united will never be defeated"


Beloved Civil Rights Leader Dolores Huerta Slams Trump’s Attorney General Pick

"Sessions presents a risk to our country that we cannot afford to take"


America Ferrera Takes On Leading Role In Women’s March On Washington

The actress will chair the Artists' Committee for the pro-women demonstration.


Cuba Grants Fidel Castro’s Wish With New Law

Cuba's National Assembly honored the late leader's denunciation of a personality cult.


College Professor Tweets That He Wants “White Genocide” For Christmas

George Ciccariello-Maher, an Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies at Drexel University in Philly, caused a firestorm on Twitter after tweeting "All I Want for Christmas…
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