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"No hablo Español," a common phrase among Hispanics

 By Adrianna Alejandro
Pulse Staff Reporter

Many people assume that just because someone looks like they speak Spanish, they know how to speak Spanish. But for many Hispanics, that’s not always the case. 627 more words

Palo Alto College

Students unite and dance to Colombian music

Micaela ValentinSpecial to the Southern News

If you walked through the campus quad on Thursday, Sept. 21, you would have heard students clapping to the beat of a traditional Colombian songs, played by the Spanish Club, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. 495 more words

Feature Story

Racial Equity in America: It's Not So Black and White

This is a co-authored post by Leon T. Andrews, Jr., director of NLC’s Race, Equity And Leadership (REAL) initiative, and Kiara Aponte, NLC’s REAL intern. 1,352 more words


It was a Sunday, when the world received this human being, whose challenges started after understanding right and wrong. Grew up as a society zombie. Then received a wake up call in her late 20s. 212 more words

Adulting 101

Why is the Hispanic death rate lower?

Compared to non-Hispanic whites and blacks, Hispanic Americans are survivors.


The Case-Deaton study and its new update showed that the death rate is rising among non-Hispanic white Americans while it is falling among citizens of every other important industrial nation.   563 more words

Medicine And Health