National Memorial Day

The National Memorial Day, formally Decoration Day is observed on every last Monday of May. The commemoration is in honour of the men and women who put their lives on the line and died serving in the U.S. military. In 2020, the day will be marked on May 25. Many people tend to confuse between […]

The Rent Affordability Act Heading to The Ballot in November

Housing Affordability issues in California have been escalating with each day that passes. The Rent Control Affordability Act, AB 1482, is the latest act pushing for rent control restrictions in California. The Measure has been officially set for the November ballot, and if it is passed, it will expand the rent control restrictions. Recently, the […]

COVID-19 Failing Families

As the US government scales up the fight against Covid-19, its economy continues to suffer severely and the current crisis has been termed as the worst since the Great Depression, more than a decade ago. The government continues to tighten up public health measures through social distancing and temporary lockdowns across major cities. The lockdowns […]

Corona Virus: Everything you need to know and more

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a global emergency over the new coronavirus following an outbreak in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. The news of the virus began spreading and making headline in December 2019 and from Wuhan to as far-flung as the United States and Philipines, the virus has infected tens of […]

The Streets of Los Angeles are in Crisis

Recently, we have seen a spur in heretical measures curtailed to driving away homeless people from the streets, making their way into the headlines, as communities grapple with the escalating crises of people facing housing shortages, drug addiction, and mental health issues. In September last year, the United States President Donald Trump visited the city […]

How Do We Help Homeless People?

There has been a long-standing battle with homeless in the State of California and Los Angeles seems to be losing by every  . California released its annual homelessness count that revealed that after a significant 4 percent drop from the years 2017 to 2018, Los Angeles’s homeless counts grew by 16 percent in 2019 which […]

Latest Poll Results of Second Largest Voting Bloc in the Country

Univision and the Latino Community Foundation Release Results of their Latest Electoral Surveys in the Lead-Up to the Next Democratic Debate  Two new Univision News and Latino Community Foundation surveys can now be viewed on  UnivisionNoticias.com and all Univision News digital and social media platforms  MIAMI – FEBRUARY 18, 2020 – With only one day to go before the qualified Democratic […]

February 1st – National Freedom Day

To most people, February 1st is viewed as the beginning of the Black History Month, but the day has a much deeper meaning. It all started in 1863 when the then-president Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing the slaves. But, he knew that just a piece of paper would not be enough– leading to […]