SOURCE LATINO: Rock Steady Crew’s Richard ‘Crazy Legs’ Colon To Receive Hispanic Heritage Award For Culture

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) announced today that Hip Hop Legend Richard “Crazy Legs” Colón will receive the Hispanic Heritage Award for Culture during the 31st Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards at the ... Read Article

SOURCE LATINO: Waves Of Plastic Pollution Wash Up On The Dominican Republic’s Shores

The Dominican Republic is cleaning up up tons of plastic that has all but destroyed its Caribbean shores, as authorities try to stem the tide of pollution washing up daily. A team of conversationists from the Parley group has been working with the local nav... Read Article

Maryland Governor Latest To Withdraw Border Support Due To Trump’s Separation of Families Policy

It's no secret that Trump and his administration has drawn very harsh criticism over his separation policy of migrant children and their parents, now the governor of Maryland has joined the protest in a major way; by withdrawing Nationa Guard helicopter suppor... Read Article

SOURCE LATINO: Court Forces Puerto Rico To Release Official Number Of Hurricane Maria Related Deaths

Puerto Rico’s government said Tuesday it will comply with a court ruling that orders officials to release all death certificates issued after Hurricane Maria hit the U.S. territory amid allegations that the off... Read Article

SOURCE LATINO: FEMA Will Continue To Ship Food And Water To Puerto Rico Despite Previous Reports

The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency said on Wednesday it would continue providing water, meals and other essentials to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico despite earlier reports its humanitarian mission in the U.S. territory would end on Wednesday. “The... Read Article

Half Of Puerto Rico’s Electricity Customers Still Lack Power

Almost half of the electricity customers in Puerto Rico lack power, according to officials on the island, 100 days after Hurricane Maria hit the island. Government officials on the island told The Associated Press on Friday that only 55 percent of Puerto Ri... Read Article