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ANALYSIS: The growing power of the Latino vote: Analysis of the US electoral overview for 2024

According to the WorldEconomic Forum, the year 2024 will go down in history as the biggest election year: more than 2 billion voters in 50 countries will go to the polls. Of this number, in the United States, an estimated 36.2 million are eligible to vote this year compared to 32.3 million in 2020. This represents 50% of the total growth in eligible voters during the period, meaning every year, about 1.4 million Hispan...



O poder crescente do voto latino: Análise do panorama eleitoral nos EUA para 2024

POLITICS AND THE ECONOMY

Trump chama os imigrantes indocumentados de “animais” e “não humanos”

Trump Calls Undocumented Immigrants “Animals” and “Not Humans”

17/04/2024 19:28 | Editores

In a speech in Michigan earlier this month, Donald Trump adopted extremely controversial rhetoric by referring to immigrants deemed illegal in the country as “animals” and “not humans”. In this con...

O senador Rick Scott lançará uma campanha multimilionária com foco nos latinos da Flórida

Senator Rick Scott to launch multimillion-dollar campaign targeting Florida's Latinos

17/04/2024 19:22 | Editores

As a campaign tactic to win his re-election to a second term in the Senate, Senator Rick Scott of Florida is targeting a multimillion-dollar advertising campaign to Hispanic/Latino voters, who have shown ...

Juíza ordena alojamento adequado para crianças migrantes que esperam na fronteira dos EUA

Judge Orders Suitable Housing for Migrant Children Waiting at U.S. Border

17/04/2024 19:14 | Editores

The decision handed down by Judge Dolly M. Gee of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California brings into sharp focus the federal government's obligation toward migrant children who...

O Censo dos EUA muda a forma como categoriza as pessoas por raça e etnia

The U.S. Census changes the way it categorizes people by race and ethnicity

09/04/2024 21:15 | Editores

The  U.S. government’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has announced a major change to the U.S. census for the year 2030, which will include new categories of race and ethnicity for Hispanic...

Vice-presidente Harris anuncia parceria público-privada de US$ 1 bilhão para o Norte da América Central

Vice President Harris Announces $1 Billion Public-Private Partnership for Northern Central America

09/04/2024 21:03 | Editores

Vice President Kamala Harris and the Partnership for Central America (PCA) announced a significant private sector commitment, totaling more than $1 billion in new investments, as part of the of the Centr...

Os Limites da Abordagem Go-It-Alone dos EUA e a importância da cooperação de outros países na gestão da migração

The Limits of the U.S. Go-It-Alone Approach and the Importance of Other Countries' Cooperation in Migration Management

09/04/2024 20:34 | Editores

A recent article published by  the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), an independent, nonpartisan immigration policy think tank, discusses the complex interplay between U.S. immigration policies and...

CULTURE AND SOCIETY

A possibilidade de escolher o hispânico como “raça” no censo dos EUA inicia um debate sobre qual seria a melhor a identificação dos latinos

The possibility of choosing Hispanic as a “race” in the U.S. census has sparked a debate about which would be a better way to identify Latinos

17/04/2024 18:54 | Editores

An NBC News story sought to analyze the complexities of racial and ethnic identity, especially for Latinos in the United States, highlighting recent changes in government data categories. As some of the exa...

Estudantes latinos respondem pela maior parte do crescimento dos diplomas universitários nos EUA

Latino students account for most of the growth in college degrees in the U.S.

17/04/2024 18:46 | Editores

The report released by “Excelencia in Education” highlights the significant progress of Latinos in obtaining college degrees over the past five years. The data shows that these students accounted for the...

Pesquisa revela que a maioria dos americanos acredita que ao menos alguma discriminação está presente no país

Survey reveals that most Americans believe at least some discrimination is present in the country

09/04/2024 20:14 | Editores

The study conducted by the Pew Research Center (https://www.pewresearch.org/2024/04/02/views-on-discrimination-in-our-society/) reveals that a majority of Americans believe that forms of discrimination are present in...

A autora Isabel Allende fala da retórica anti-imigrantes, da proibição de livros e dos direitos das mulheres

Author Isabel Allende on anti-immigrant rhetoric, book banning, and women’s rights

09/04/2024 20:07 | Editores

An article from NBC News presented a comprehensive approach to the life and thought of renowned writer Isabel Allende, based on an interview broadcast by Noticias Telemundo highlighting her perspectives on...

Uma cidade nos EUA enfrenta tensões com a presença necessária, mas não desejável, de migrantes

A city in the U.S. faces tensions over the necessary but undesirable presence of migrants

03/04/2024 11:26 | Editores

A complex dynamic in Fremont, Nebraska, takes place in a small town near Omaha, where the arrival of Central American migrants has played a significant role in the local economy. With a population of approximatel...

Pesquisa sobre como os latinos consomem notícias nos EUA reflete as mudanças demográficas

Research on how Latinos consume news in the U.S. reflects changing demographics

26/03/2024 17:34 | Editores

A study covered news consumption habits among the Latino population in the United States, highlighting data and trends revealed by the Pew Research Center's published report. The Pew Research Center study ...

EVENTS

UNESP E UNAM PROMOVEM UM ENCONTRO VIRTUAL DOS ESTUDANTES DE RELAÇÕES INTERNACIONAIS

UNESP AND UNAM PROMOTE A VIRTUAL MEETING OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS STUDENTS

07/05/2023 10:23 | Beatriz Zanin de Moraes

Last Wednesday (26), students from the International Relations course at UNESP in Marília and the Facultad de Contaduría y Administración at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) held an online me...

WEEK PROFILE

Sarita Brown

Sarita Brown

17/04/2024 18:58 | Editores

Sarita Brown was born in New York City and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Her father, a Mexican immigrant, and her mother, were unable to pursue higher education, but they did everything they could to ensure that ...

Isabel Allende

Isabel Allende

09/04/2024 20:20 | Editores

Isabel Allende, a prominent Chilean writer and journalist, was born in Lima, Peru, in 1942, daughter to a Chilean diplomat and a housewife. After her parents' separation, her mother returned to Chile with Isabel an...

Tom Perez

Tom Perez

03/04/2024 11:34 | Editores

Thomas Edward Perez's trajectory is marked by outstanding public service and an ongoing dedication to advancing civil and labor rights in the United States. Born in Buffalo, New York, in 1961, Perez possesses an ...

Maria Hinojosa

Maria Hinojosa

26/03/2024 21:13 | Editores

Maria de Lourdes Hinojosa Ojeda is a prominent Mexican-American journalist. Hinojosa is recognized as the anchor and executive producer of the Latino USA public radio program on National Public Radio (NPR), as well...

Colman Domingo

Colman Domingo

18/03/2024 09:44 | Editores

Domingo was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father is from Belize and Colman Jason Domingo (born November 28, 1969) is an American actor, playwright, and stage director. Prominent both on screen and ...

Peso Pluma

Peso Pluma

13/03/2024 21:39 | Editores

Born as Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija in 1999, in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico, Pluma began playing guitar as a teenager and found his passion for regional Mexican music. He developed his skill by writing songs that refl...

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