Jesenia De Moya Correa reports on the Latino experience in the Philadelphia region, exploring the complex transnational relationships between diasporic communities and Latinos born in the U.S.

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Colombianos de Philly buscan la verdad de los sobrevivientes del conflicto armado

"Es una parte de la historia que se desconoce, que incluye un proceso personal de reconstrucción y auto-reparación que es muy valioso y necesario para aprender qué sucedió, entender por qué es un conflicto tan complejo y descubrir cómo evitar que suceda de nuevo", dijo Carlos Beristain.

Colombians in Philly seek the truth from its Armed Conflict survivors

“It’s a part of history that is unknown, which includes a personal process of self-reconstruction and self-repair that is very valuable and needed to learn what happened, to understand why it’s such a complex conflict and to find how to avoid it from happening again,” said Carlos Beristain.

En Filadelfia, un “fin de semana para llevar” con iniciativa que apoya a restaurantes latinos de la región

El objetivo es "inyectar" un mayor flujo de efectivo a estas empresas en el momento en que necesitan pagar el alquiler, la hipoteca y los servicios públicos.

Philly-based Dine Latino launches a ‘take-out weekend’ to help restaurants

The goal is to “pump” more cash-flow to these life-sustaining businesses at a moment when they need to pay for rent, mortgage and utilities.

Con desafíos para acceder a los fondos de ayuda, bodegueros de North Philly luchan por mantenerse abiertos

Algunos bodegueros de Filadelfia temen que el coronavirus pueda obligarlos a cerrar temporalmente para mediados de abril.

With language, internet challenges slowing access to relief funds, Philly bodega owners struggle to stay open

Some Philadelphia corner store owners fear the coronavirus could force them to temporarily close by mid-April.

Madre arrestada por ICE afuera de una escuela en South Philly ahora enfrenta deportación

Verónica del Carmen Lara Márquez quedó en libertad "por razones humanitarias", después que ICE la detuvo en una escuela en South Philly. Le dijeron el jueves que tiene 45 días para abandonar el país.

The mom arrested by ICE outside a South Philly school is now facing deportation

Verónica del Carmen Lara Márquez, who was released by ICE after the arrest "for humanitarian reasons,” has been told she has 45 days to leave the country.

‘Viva la democracia!’: Why Dominicans are rallying in Philadelphia

Voting irregularities in last weekend’s municipal elections have sparked concerns here that they could be repeated in the country’s presidential election in May, when Philly Dominicans would be able to cast their votes.