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Pennsylvania College of Art & Design creates programming and exhibit on La Borinqueña, an Afro-Latina superhero
On The Spark Thursday we discussed the new graphic novel superhero, its impact on the community, and the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design La Borinqueña programming and exhibit, which opens Tuesday, with Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, award-winning graphic novelist and creator of La Borinqueña and Alex Schaufele, director of exhibitions at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design.
Latin American Festival organizer and participants talk about Hispanic culture in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage month, which starts today and goes until October 15th, celebrates the history and culture of the country’s Latino and Hispanic communities and how they have contributed to American society.
As the state eases distancing and mask mandates, health officials are still failing to successfully vaccinate communities that have been disadvantaged from the start.
Data analysis found that Black children were 18% less likely than white children to receive diagnostic imaging during an ER visit. Hispanic children were 13% less likely to have imaging, compared to whites.
The political firm the Latino Victory Fund recently organized an event with former Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg and two candidates running for seats in the state legislature — Democrat Janet Diaz of Lancaster, and Democrat Manuel Guzman of Reading.