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May 2017

Third of Older Latinos Have Begun Using Retirement Savings

Suddenly jobless and with small children to support, Jose Victor Camargo without hesitation cashed out a retirement account he had with his former employer.

Anglo, Korean, and Hispanic Christians Gather Through Arkansas’ Open Door Baptist Church

What might be described as “a little taste of heaven on earth” happens every Sunday for Anglos, Koreans and Hispanics at Open Door Baptist Church.

New Report says 99% of Students Handcuffed in NYC Schools Were Black or Latino

It’s no secret that Black and brown students are disproportionately punished in schools across the country—and a new report proves just that. 

25 Years After Riots, Black, Korean, and Latino Communities Gather at Oldest African-American Church in Los Angeles to Promote Unity, Reflect On Racial Tensions

Jackie Broxton remembers the day the riots swept through her city, when the only way to get back to her car after church was to brave the flames and plumes of smoke that had engulfed the surrounding streets of South… Continue Reading →

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