Like many Latinos, Jasmine Garsd grew up living and breathing fútbol. She left her home city, Buenos Aires, for the United States two decades ago, but her passion for the sport and support for Argentina’s national soccer team remains intact. The NPR criminal justice correspondent is stepping out of her [...]
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Latinos are driving the growth of the American labor force. In spite of this fact, Latino workers are regularly the targets of prejudice, often in the form of colorism and criticism towards their accents, according to a recent study by LinkedIn. The U.S. Department of Labor reports 29 million Latinos [...]
Life expectancy in the United States fell 1.5 years in 2020, and declined even more for members of the Latinx community, according to a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The decline represents the sharpest life expectancy fall in a single year since World War II. [...]