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When It Comes to Keeping People Safe, Latinx Communities Are An Afterthought

The social distancing will impact many areas besides health

Seniors shop for groceries at Northgate Gonzalez Market in Los Angeles during special hours open to seniors and the disabled.
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TThe coronavirus pandemic provides an opportunity for the Latinx community to show its resilience and strength in the face of adversity. This community has always had a presence in the U.S. even though there are groups who have arrived…

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