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Trump threatened the dignity and safety of Latinos. Biden’s early steps give me hope.

Compelling personal stories told by the people living them. In 2015, a presidential candidate, who ultimately won the election in 2016, launched his presidential campaign by calling Latinos “criminals, drug dealers, rapists,” here to “take your job.” We heard that hateful rhetoric from Donald J. Trump again and again in the course of four years […]