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'Stay in Mexico' remark disrupts school meeting

A public meeting called to address racist social media posts by students at a suburban Detroit high school turned volatile when a white parent asked a Hispanic parent why he didn't "stay in Mexico."..
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J-Lo and Shakira prepare for historic, Hispanic Super Bowl halftime performance

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira said their performances for the Super Bowl LIV halftime show come at a difficult time for Hispanics living in the U.S.
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Once overlooked, Bernie Sanders now has momentum. Here's why his camp thinks this time, he can win

Sanders has demonstrated consistency in polling and his campaign points to stronger numbers among young black voters and Hispanic voters.
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Iowa woman ran down teen with SUV because victim was Hispanic, police said

Nicole Marie Poole Franklin is charged with attempted murder for allegedly running down a 14-year-old on Dec. 9 as the girl walked to school.
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First Hispanic elected to lead US Catholic bishops

Archbishop José Gómez of Los Angeles, an immigrant from Mexico, overwhelmingly won election Tuesday as the first Hispanic to head the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. (Nov. 12)  
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Milwaukee man who attacked a Hispanic man with acid charged with hate crime

Mahud Villalaz, 42, suffered second-degree burns to his face after a Milwaukee man splashed some kind of acid at the victim, police said.
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Congress' black and Hispanic caucuses must stop supporting private prisons

Fewer guards, less training among the problems with for-profit incarceration. As caucus members take money, people of color are more likely to suffer.
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'Swing Set Susan' charged with impersonating a police officer after threatening to arrest Hispanic teens

Video of a white woman threatening to arrest a group of Hispanic teens at a park in Texas has been viewed more than 5 million times.
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How Unpredictable Work Hours Turn Families Upside Down

Shifts added or subtracted at short notice play havoc with budgets and lives, and disproportionately hurt black and Hispanic women.
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U.S. minority students concentrated in high-poverty schools: study

Segregation in U.S. public education has concentrated black and Hispanic children into high-poverty schools with few resources, leading to an achievement gap between minority and white students, a..
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Julian Castro is no ageist, he's just practicing presidential politics while Hispanic

If Joe Biden ever faces Donald Trump, Julian Castro's moves will seem like a 'love tap.'
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Trump says of Hispanic supporter Steve Cortes: 'He looks more like a WASP than I do'

"He happens to be Hispanic, but... he looks more like a WASP than I do," Donald Trump said Monday of Steve Cortes, a member of his campaign's Hispanic Advisory Council.
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‘He Was Looking Straight at Me’: West Texas Shooting Victims Recall Day of Horror

Attacked across two cities, the victims were linked by fate and an enraged gunman. They were white and Hispanic, mothers and police officers, letter carriers and retirees.
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Lowe's executive facing criticism after saying a drill was 'perfect' for Hispanics

A Lowe's executive is facing criticism over comments about some tools being more appropriate for Hispanic builders and installers.
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A man with no family lost his wife in the El Paso shooting. So he invited the public to her funeral

Margie Reckard, 63, was one of the victims of a mass shooting by a 21-year-old who targeted customers and employees who were Hispanic.  
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Targeted in Walmart attack, Hispanics in El Paso flock to firearms classes

More El Paso residents than ever before crowded into a class over the weekend to become certified to carry a concealed gun in public in Texas after this month's mass shooting at a Walmart store that..
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Trump aide regrets 'unfortunate' timing on ICE raid of food processing plants in Mississippi

The sweep took place less than a week after a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, that targeted Hispanics.
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Hispanic-Americans fearful after mass shooting in El Paso, Texas

Hispanic-Americans have said they are fearful after the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas. In a racist manifesto the suspected gunman allegedly wrote, he denounced the increasing Hispanic population in..
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Maria Elena Salinas on Hispanic Americans' reaction to El Paso: "Fear has been there a long time"

Hispanic Americans say they are fearful and anxious in the wake of the mass shooting in El Paso. A gunman opened fire inside a Walmart and killed 22 people on Saturday. A racist manifesto posted online..
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"He put a target on us": El Paso residents rally during Trump visit

CBS News captured the sights and sounds of an emotional rally in El Paso near the hospital that President Trump had visited. A crowd of more than 300 gathered in triple-digit heat to remember the..
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'The People's Justice:' After decade on Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor is most outspoken on bench and off

Sonia Sotomayor is the Supreme Court's only Hispanic justice, its most outspoken questioner, most frequent public speaker and most prolific author.
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As Trump visits El Paso after a gunman targeted Hispanics in a mass shooting, we share some of his statements that have drawn criticism.  
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Dayton and El Paso residents to Trump: Stay home

President Trump is set to visit two cities where the nation's most recent mass shootings left 31 people dead. Some people in those communities would rather see him stay home. His first stop is Dayton,..
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Trump planned visit to grieving El Paso stokes debate about his rhetoric

U.S. President Donald Trump, whose rhetoric about an immigrant "invasion" has alienated many in the predominantly Hispanic city of El Paso, will visit the grieving Texas border town on Wednesday after..
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El Paso resident blames Trump's rhetoric for enabling violence: "It opens doors to people... to eventually kill"

President Trump will head to El Paso, Texas, on Wednesday, after 22 people were killed this weekend in a mass shooting at a Walmart. At least seven of those killed were Mexican citizens. Police say the..
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El Paso shooting: 'Open season' on Hispanics in America thanks to 'racist in chief' Trump

Trump has utterly failed in the president’s traditional role of uniting the country. His legacy will be stained by his deadly xenophobia and racism.
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Habla Español? Hispanics face growing mental health care crisis

Habla Español? Hispanics in the U.S. have a hard time finding Spanish-speaking therapists despite growing mental health needs.
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Hispanics face more barriers to the census than a citizenship question: Readers sound off

From the census, to the U.S. Women's National Team to the "Salute to America," our readers react to recent headlines .
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Biden tells lawmakers he would end detention of migrant children

The former vice president's pledge came during a meeting with Hispanic lawmakers in Washington on Wednesday
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‘Kids Need a Good Start’: Readers Debate Admissions at Elite N.Y.C. Schools

The drop in black and Hispanic student admissions to New York’s specialized high schools led to an impassioned discussion among readers with personal experiences at them.
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Sanders, Harris pitch immigration reform in Calif.

Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris dueled Friday over Hispanic votes in California, a central front in the nation's immigration battle where Latinos represent the state's largest ethnic group. (May 31)
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