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In Destruction They Find #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd
June 24, 2020 News,News Column,Op-Ed,Uncategorized Gabriel Montalvo

Due to the video of police brutality displayed by former police officer Derek Chauvin, protests quickly sprang up in Minneapolis to seek justice for George Floyd. The protests quickly devolved into riots where property, both public and private were destroyed, and looting ensued. This started a chain reaction where more civil unrest is displayed throughout
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Coronavirus is Not Above Your Freedom #ReOpenNY
May 19, 2020 Uncategorized Gabriel Montalvo

On Saturday, an estimated group of 20 people rallied outside of City Hall in New York City to reopen New York. Out of the estimated 20 that were present, nine were arrested for not social distancing and going against Mayor Bill de Blasio’s executive order. The mayor issued the order a day after the Reclaim
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HIGHLIGHTS | President Trump and the Coronavirus Task Force WHO Funding
April 16, 2020 Press Releases,Trump,Uncategorized,White House RNHA NEWS

THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Today, I’m instructing my administration to halt funding of the world health organization while a review is conducted to assess the World Health Organization’s role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus.” PRESIDENT TRUMP: “American taxpayers provide between $400 million and $500 million per year
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HIGHLIGHTS | President Trump and the Coronavirus Task Force Provide an Update to the American People
March 31, 2020 Uncategorized Robert Cross

TESTING MILESTONE PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Today, we reached a historic milestone in our war against the coronavirus. Over one million Americans have now been tested – more than any other country by far, not even close.”  SECRETARY AZAR: “As the President mentioned today, the United States hit more than one million samples tested – a number
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“The Killing Machine”, Diary of “Che” Guevara (1928-1967)
February 25, 2020 Uncategorized Juan Vega

The image of the Argentine guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara has been very popular among students for several generations. In universities and colleges throughout Latin America, it is usually found in large murals; Auditoriums and Halls are also named after him. His challenging and haughty superhero-style image appears in bags, caps, banners, T-shirts and other merchandise.
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Op-Ed: Latinos Misinformed
November 8, 2019 Uncategorized Manuel Perez

It’s one thing to support Democrats because you understand that their core principles complement your own. But it’s another to support Democrats because you feel persuaded by your community to do so, despite having little knowledge of what they stand for. This is exactly what’s happening in the Latino community. Needless to say, that the
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Hispanic Americans are Thriving Under Trump’s Presidency
October 20, 2019 News,Uncategorized Emma Jimenez

There is no question that the Hispanic community is thriving under Donald Trump’s presidency and could very well lead him to a second-term presidential victory. Since President Trump took office, Hispanic American unemployment and poverty rates have hit record lows. The president’s commitment to Hispanic Americans is evident from the results. Hispanics Americans are thriving as
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Op-Ed: What Happened to Respect?
August 28, 2019 Constitution,Latest,Local Politics,News,Trump,Uncategorized Ariel Fierro

Whatever Happened to Respect? By: Ariel Fierro August 26, 2019 Respect seems to be thrown out the window along with dignity and common sense within this time of age, where it is desired yet not given. Democratic state senator from Illinois came under fire after photos were posted onto Twitter where supporters at a fundraising
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