Twenty-Twenty comes to an end and what a ride it has been. It was “the best of times and the worst of times.” We now enter the Holiday season in a sleigh ride of dueling health and economic pandemics, with a new reality of social distancing that redefines the traditional gatherings with loved ones. Nonetheless, […]
We made it past election day. We came together and got out the vote. We were stressed through the vote counting. We continue to quarantine, work remotely and start new projects. Now, we “keep calm and carry on” ? The hidden truth is that there are many far from calm and struggling to carry on. […]
A record 32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in 2020, yet we have not been proportionately represented on the political platform issues of either candidate. Both the incumbent and the Democratic presidential nominee featured Latinos on their virtual conventions, but the Hispanic platform issues were hard pressed to compete with the […]
The recent natural disaster resulting in a life-threatening humanitarian catastrophe in Puerto Rico propelled Comunicad into crisis mode.
The recent natural disaster and humanitarian crises in Puerto Rico caused by Hurricane Maria have turned the lives of thousands of people into disarray.
The humanitarian disaster before our eyes in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Mexico is heart-wrenching to watch. The massive destruction from Hurricane Maria on my beloved island, where I was born, raised as a child and enjoyed my teenage years into early adulthood, leaves me with a sense of helplessness, but not hopelessness. […]