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Juan Gonzalez: Mainstream Media Has Missed the Real Story About Latinx Voter Turnout

Neither the Democratic nor Republican parties will underestimate or ignore Latino voters from now on. This should be cause for widespread celebration as a long-awaited democratization of the vote

Juan Gonzalez: The Media Has It Wrong. Record Latinx Turnout Helped Biden. White Voters Failed Dems

“The main story is that people of color, especially Latinos, flocked to the polls in numbers that far exceeded what the experts had expected, while the total number of votes cast by white Americans barely increased from the last presidential election”

Juan Gonzalez: Immigrants Protest Demolition of NJ Public School

Interview on the fight to save the largely immigrant Lincoln Annex public school from demolition to make way for the Robert Wood Johnson Hospital’s $750 million cancer center

Juan Gonzalez: Edging Closer to Neo-Fascist Authoritarianism

If hundreds of African Americans or Latinos showed up in cities around the country brandishing automatic weapons, what would be the response of the country to this? Why is this being almost accepted and normalized now as a method of protest?

Juan Gonzalez: Puerto Rico Enters Uncharted Territory

Ricardo Rosselló Prepares to Resign as Governor

Juan Gonzalez: Refugees in Desperate Need of Help in Airports Across U.S.

Co-host Juan González was at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport this past Sunday, where he encountered Central American refugee families recently released from detention centers. The families, who were from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, had been left there by Immigration and Customs Enforcement without guidance or a translator to help them navigate their flight information. Read more…

Juan Gonzalez: New Global Movement Against Far Right

Interview on launching a movement with Senator Bernie Sanders and others to fight right-wing forces around the globe

Juan Gonzalez: Puerto Rico’s economic ‘death spiral’ can be helped if Washington allows the island to declare bankruptcy

You can’t fix an economy that’s drowning in debt

Juan Gonzalez: Occupy Wall Street Looms Over Wins Vs. SOPA Bill, Oil Pipeline and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

This nation’s fast-growing populist movement against unbridled corporate power scored an astonishing trifecta this week. In the span of just a few hours on Wednesday, three vastly different protest movements all achieved startling success the same way: by mobilizing the fury of tens of thousands of ordinary citizens. An unprecedented one-day Internet blackout drew the Read more…

Juan Gonzalez: Most Important Labor Battle

Telecom giant Verizon has threatened to suspend benefits to 45,000 striking workers if they do not return to work at the end of the month. The strike was called after negotiations after Verizon sought to cut health and pension benefits and obtain more leeway to fire workers. The strike is "the most important labor battle Read more…

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