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“People have been living in a ‘post-Roe’ world already,” says Aurelie Colón Larrauri. “Just because abortion is legal doesn’t mean that it’s accessible.” Colón is policy advocate for the Florida branch of the Latina Institute, which works with Hispanic people at grassroots level to help them access reproductive healthcare. The US Supreme Court looks set […]

The U.S. labor market showed improvements for Black and Hispanic workers in April and especially for Black women https://t.co/TGMF7Ofrxl— Bloomberg (@business) May 6, 2022 (SocialLY brings you all the latest breaking news, viral trends and information from social media world, including Twitter, Instagram and Youtube. The above post is embeded directly from the user’s social […]

Share on PinterestNew research highlights the importance of healthy vitamin D levels in Black and Hispanic women. gorodenkoff/Getty ImagesVitamin D deficiency is increasing and people with dark skin living in the Northern hemisphere are particularly affected. Deficiency is increasingly being linked to various diseases including breast cancer.A study has found that Black and Hispanic women [...]

When Rasheed Adewole’s friends from other high schools used to complain about their heaps of homework, he would feel a flood of shame. The other teens, whom he met through a college-prep program, attended magnet and suburban schools in New Jersey that offered an array of demanding Advanced Placement courses. He attended a Newark charter […]

A new study found that, compared with their White counterparts, Black veterans were 54% more likely to be diagnosed with dementia over a decade. That risk was nearly doubled among Hispanic veterans, who had the highest dementia rate across racial and ethnic groups. Photo by D_Van_Rensburg/Pixabay Black, Hispanic and Asian Americans have an increased risk […]

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A top health official in New York City is facing backlash after a series of tweets she posted calling White mothers “birthing people” while referring to Black and Hispanic women as “mothers.” The comments from Dr. Michelle Morse, the chief medical officer at the New York City […]

Key Takeaways A recent Airbnb survey shows over 70% of US Black and Hispanic professionals are blurring the lines between life and travel thanks to remote workplace policies. US Black and Hispanic professionals are more likely to live and work in different cities or towns than they were a year ago. As remote and hybrid […]

Share on PinterestResearch suggests that Black and Hispanic people are less likely to receive CPR when they need it. FG Trade/Getty ImagesA new study shows that Black and Hispanic individuals are less likely than their white counterparts to receive cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander after having a cardiac arrest at home or in a [...]

“I see a lot of fatherless children now, and a lot of wives without their husbands,” she said on Wednesday. Ms. Chandler quit work for most of a year to help her children recover from their loss and, even now, has many days when they barely let her out the door — because they are […]

Racial discrimination in rental markets is alive and well. In a new working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research, researchers found rampant racial discrimination in American rental markets — specifically, that property managers are less likely to respond to prospective Black and Hispanic tenants when they inquire about open listings. Using a software […]


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