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Latino communities suffering disproportionately from COVID-19

San Diego moved into most restrictive purple tier on Nov. 10
Katia Pechenkina, Staff Writer November 10, 2020
The virus has exposed racial, healthcare and housing disparities that have existed for generations and have left the Latino community more predisposed and vulnerable to COVID-19.
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2020 presidential election

More Latino voters support Trump in 2020 than 2016, but young Americans favor Biden, early CNN exit polls show

Latino support for Trump increased significantly in states like Florida
President Donald Trump picked up more Latino voters in several key battleground states than he won in 2016, according to preliminary results of a nationwide CNN exit poll.
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Beloved 50-year City College professor retires

Professor Cruz Rangel was honored at the 2019 Chicano Latina Graduation Celebration that he founded.
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 21, 2019
When professor Cruz Rangel started teaching at San Diego City College, Richard Nixon was president and many of his students did not have the right to vote, because the 26th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution hadn’t lowered the voting age from 21 to 18 yet.
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The Latino Film Festival, March 10 to 20, presents a wide variety of styles and genres, including the movie

Latino cinema for all tastes

Festival to run March 10-20 in Fashion Valley
Ricky Soltero March 9, 2016

A total immersion into the Latino culture that is often ignored by mainstream media. That's what the 23rd Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival will deliver during a week-long run starting March 10 at...

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