tag | Latino

Berks County reports 35 late bilingual ballots, most due to late post office delivery

Only a handful of bilingual ballots that came with incorrect voting instructions were sent in late by voters but the damage could be more than late ballots, voter advocates say.

By Anthony Orozco

Leaders call on Berks ‘to honor’ incorrect voting deadline sent to voters as county establishes new proofing protocol

The county does not have the power to extend the deadline, so groups are asking election officials to hold on to late ballots for a future investigation.

By Anthony Orozco

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Berks County aims to correct inaccurate Spanish-language voting information sent to voters

Activists and leaders vollied harsh criticism and accusations of voter suppression for incorrect voting instructions.

By Anthony Orozco

Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go For It

Discover how Moreno defied her humble upbringing and racism to become one of a select group of Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award winners.

By Fred Vigeant

Latino political power, health, future examined at statewide convention

Mental health, education, poverty and other issues were tackled.

By Anthony Orozco

Latinos surpass non-Latinos in COVID-19 vaccination in Pa., but devil’s in the details

Data from the state shows the percentage of Latinos with the COVID-19 vaccine is higher than their non-Latino neighbors.

By Anthony Orozco

Alma’s Way is coming your way

Set in the Bronx, Alma’s Way will help kids recognize their own power to think things through. 

By Fred Vigeant

Allentown Black and Latino communities work toward unity after on-air racism row

The conversation around anti-Blackness in the Latino community is part of the national zeitgeist. An incident several weeks ago brought the subject front and center in the 222 Corridor.

By Anthony Orozco

The Latino Experience

Explore Latino/a/x identity in the contemporary U.S. through a variety of short films.

By Fred Vigeant