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Families Face Caregiver Crunch, As Population Ages

As more people in the U.S. live longer, a higher prevalence of chronic diseases will fuel the demand for support services.

Houston Ethnic Media Put Their Weight Behind Push to Expand Citizenship

Nearly three dozen journalists and media professionals gathered Tuesday at Houston City Hall for the launch of the Naturalize Now, Houston campaign.

These Congressmen Saw Chinese Spies Where None Existed

Three U.S. Congressmen set off alarm bells after a major land deal near a military base in Solano County, CA raised fears of Chinese spies.

CA Ethnic Media and State Leaders Meet to Build Inclusive Communications

The 2023 CA Ethnic Media Expo & Awards brought together 150 ethnic media practitioners with key leaders and decision makers in Sacramento.

Secretary of State Shirley Weber Stresses Outreach to non-English Speaking Voters in ’24 Elections

Weber emphasized her dedication to ensuring the integrity of both the voting and voter registration processes during the upcoming 2024 election season.

A World Of Hurt: The Link Between Domestic Violence And Community Gun Violence

This story was selected as the winner for Outstanding Investigative Reporting by a distinguished panel of judges as part of the 2023 Ethnic Media Expo & Awards.

After George Floyd, African Americans and Latinos Remain in Crosshairs of Police Violence

Since the death of George Floyd in 2020, killings by police have continued to climb, with 2022 seeing the highest numbers in a decade.

60 Years Ago, Gospel Singer Mahalia Jackson Made a Suggestion to Martin Luther King Jr

Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson was the inspiration behind Martin Luther King Jr's historic "I Have a Dream" speech.

In Guatemala, Celebrations Follow Upstart Candidate’s Election Win

Progressive candidate Bernardo Arévalo of the Semilla Party has emerged the winner in the second and final round of voting for president in Guatemala.

NY Restaurant Workers See $52 Million Lost to Wage Theft

From 2017-2021, federal and state investigators found more than 13,000 cases of wage theft, with $52 million stolen from people working in restaurants.

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