Latino Community Foundation Invests Philanthropic Dollars In Businesses, Future Leaders & MoreCalifornia’s Latinos are the fastest growing demographic in the state with an estimated population of 15 million, and yet only about one percent of philanthropic dollars are invested in Latino businesses. Jefferson Award winner Jacqueline Martinez is working to change that.
COVID Study: Food, Agriculture, Construction Workers Top List Of Most At Risk Of COVID DeathA University of California, San Francisco study of the jobs at most risk for death from COVID-19 shows line cooks, machine operators, agricultural workers and construction laborers at the top of the list.
Latinos Demand Increased COVID Testing, Outreach In Santa Clara CountyLatinos in the South Bay are coming together to demand changes in the public health response to COVID-19.
COVID: As San Francisco Slowly Reopens Progress Lags in Latino CommunityAs infection numbers drop and San Francisco moves into the yellow tier of reopening, the Latino community continues to be concerned.
Coronavirus Pandemic Impacts 2020 Census Count Among Immigrant Communities In Santa Clara CountyThe COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has sowed chaos and isolation in Santa Clara County’s immigrant communities, making it harder to collect census data, a county official said Monday.
Latinos On Front Lines Face Dilemma: Test For COVID-19 Or Lose Income While QuarantinedWhile most of California sheltered in place, Latinos continued doing a lot of the hands-on work and are now being hit hard by the coronavirus because of it.
UCSF Contact Tracer Finds Mission District Latinos at Higher Risk of COVID-19As the number of COVID-19 cases increases, the latest numbers show it is Latinos who continue to be disproportionately infected by the virus.
Santa Clara Co. Opens Two Testing Sites In Latino Communities Hit Hard By COVID-19Santa Clara County will be opening two new free COVID-19 testing sites in communities that are underserved. One will be at Christopher High School in Gilroy, and the other will be on the campus of James Lick High School, both in East San Jose.
Coronavirus Testing Program Launched For Latinos Living In San Francisco Mission DistrictLatinx San Franciscans make up 23% of coronavirus cases in the city, yet only 16% of the population. That’s part of the reason the University of California, San Francisco wants to test people living between South Van Ness Ave. and Harrison St., and Cesar Chavez Blvd. and 23rd Street.
Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show Draws Praise, Tears From U.S. LatinosWhen the Super Bowl halftime show began, Yol-Itzma Aguirre and her relatives watched with anticipation. The El Paso, Texas, family was curious how Colombian-born Shakira and New York-raised Jennifer Lopez, two of the world's most popular Latino artists, would seize the stage.
San Francisco Public Defender Seeks To Recuse Judge Over Alleged Bias Against LatinosSan Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi Tuesday filed a motion to recuse a judge from a murder trial, alleging the judge is biased against Latino defendants.
Police Reassure Fearful Vallejo Latinos After Trump's ElectionSome Bay Area Latinos told us that after what they've seen and heard since Trump was elected, they're afraid of what's going to happen next.
Police Sergeant Faces Prison In Car Towing Scheme Targeting Poor LatinosA former King City police sergeant pleaded no contest Thursday to charges in a car towing scheme he led that largely victimized low-income Hispanics, according to the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office.
Former NorCal Police Chief Sentenced In Car-Towing Scheme Targeting MexicansA former acting King City police chief was sentenced Tuesday for his role in a car-towing scheme that targeted Mexican nationals, Monterey County prosecutors said.
Twitter Erupts Over Kelly Osbourne’s Remark About Latinos On ‘The View’