Despite disagreements in the Senate over the parts of the current administration's domestic policy agenda, United States President Joe Biden reassured those who tuned in to a conference organized by a major Latino group Monday about their community's better times ahead under his presidency.
Distinct leaders in the South Side of Chicago are eyeing to create a new health care model to address chronic illness and the COVID-19 pandemic that widely affects the Latino community, as well as Blacks.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said on Friday that he would prepare an executive order protecting the state's essential workers, agricultural laborers, and personnel in meat and poultry processing plants, among others.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission recently launched a study on the impact of COVID-19 on susceptible populations. The study will include data on respondents' ethnicity, socio-economic status, geographic location, and race.
Since Texas Governor Greg Abbott allowed businesses to reopen at the beginning of the month, many more have started to resume operations. Still, coronavirus cases are far from stabilizing in the state, and for Austin, there is an uneven response to the minority community.