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A Puerto Rican family who took refuge in a New York hotel after fleeing Hurricane María. (Photo via El Diario)

As FEMA Help Runs Out, City Offers Shelter to María Victims

Government, Housing, New York, Puerto Rican June 28, 2018 at 4:50 pm

The de Blasio administration announced that hundreds of Puerto Rican María survivors will be relocated to hotels and shelters after a FEMA assistance program comes to an end, but some decry the lack of a permanent solution, El Diario/La Prensa reports.

Mayor Bill de Blasio, with Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza during their visit to P.S. 25 in The Bronx. (Photo Mariela Lombard via El Diario)

Hope and Challenges as New Education Chancellor Visits Bronx School

Bronx, Education April 10, 2018 at 6:02 pm

During a visit to a Bronx school in his first week on the job, new DOE Chancellor Richard Carranza is welcomed by parents, teachers and officials who ask him to tackle such issues as school segregation and safety, El Diario/La Prensa reports.

Maritere, born in Mexico, holds a letter from the Department of Education. (Photo by Mariela Lombard via El Diario)

Helping Foreign-born Kids Cope with Fears

Health, Immigration, Youth May 8, 2017 at 8:24 pm

The federal government’s new immigration measures have an effect on children, and schools are offering support to help them cope with the fear and anxiety, El Diario/La Prensa reports.

Venezuelan restaurant El Cocotero closed and posed a sign that read: “We love America but Government doesn’t not love us.” (Photo: Mariela Lombard via El Diario NY)

Immigrant Strike is Felt Throughout NYC

Business, Immigration, Latino, New York February 17, 2017 at 5:07 pm

El Diario reports on the immigrants who took part in the “Day Without Immigrants” protest, and the employers who supported them. Queens Latino, meanwhile, takes a look at how the demonstration shuttered parts of Roosevelt Avenue.

Roosevelt Avenue Wants a Times-Square-Style Cleanup

Roosevelt Avenue Wants a Times-Square-Style Cleanup

Crime, Latino, Queens August 31, 2016 at 5:38 pm

Tired of crime and noisy nightclubs on Roosevelt Ave., Jackson Heights officials are calling for a moratorium on new alcohol licenses and a full clean-up “Times Sq. style,” Diario/La Prensa reports.

(Photo by Gustavo Martínez Contreras)

El Diario: A Dying Newspaper Writes Its Final Pages

Featured Posts, Latino, Media, New York, Voices' Picks January 25, 2016 at 10:21 pm

Some are concerned that El Diario, now manned by a skeleton crew and forced to work with dwindling resources, has lost the influence it once wielded as the city’s largest and oldest Spanish-language newspaper.

Rosa Quiñones is one of the people trying to help her mother in Ponce, Puerto Rico, by sending her money. (Photo by Gerardo Romo via El Diario)

Puerto Ricans in NYC Await a Cry for Help to Send Money to PR

Government, New York, Puerto Rican July 8, 2015 at 6:30 pm

Despite the crisis, Puerto Ricans in New York are not yet sending more money to their relatives on the island, reports El Diario.

Oscar Hernandez, Newspaper Guild representative at El Diario (Photo by Jennifer Lehman for Voices of NY)

Protest Over El Diario Layoffs

Featured Posts, Latino, Media, Voices' Picks June 26, 2014 at 6:55 pm

Former employees and their supporters rallied against El Diario’s Argentine owner, impreMedia.

The new executive director of El Museo del Barrio, Jorge Daniel Veneciano (Photo by Gerardo Romo via El Diario).

New Head to Redirect Embattled El Museo del Barrio

Culture, Latino, Manhattan April 17, 2014 at 1:38 pm

The new executive director of El Museo del Barrio, Jorge Daniel Veneciano, talks about his plans to invigorate the embattled institution as it approaches its 45th anniversary, in this Q&A with El Diario/La Prensa.

‘Stop Killing El Diario/La Prensa,’ NiLP Urges

‘Stop Killing El Diario/La Prensa,’ NiLP Urges

Featured Posts, Latino, Media, Voices' Picks March 4, 2014 at 8:58 pm

The departure of top editors threatens the paper’s future, warns the National Institute for Latino Policy.

(Photo by Melanie Bencosme/Voices of NY)

El Diario’s Editor Seeks Journalism with ‘Social Impact’

A policeman’s daughter, Erica Gonzalez steers El Diario in its 100th year with hard news and collaborations.

Photo Jeanette Hanneman via the National Parks Conservation Association, Creative Commons license

Immigrants, Minorities, Poor Feel Sting of Shutdown

The effects of the shutdown depends on its duration but some locals are already feeling the effects.

Adriano Espaillat defeated Guillermo Linares after a close loss to Charles Rangel over the summer. (Photo from El Diario la Prensa)

Lack of Spanish Assistance in Rangel-Espaillat Primary, Group Alleges

Elections 2012, Latino, Politics July 30, 2012 at 5:56 pm

A Latino civil rights advocacy group has complained that Latino voters did not receive “adequate bilingual assistance” during the June 26 Congressional primary, in which the Dominican American State Senator Adriano Espaillat challenged longtime Congressman Charles Rangel, reported the Riverdale Press.

Jaranero Beat (Cortesia via El Diario)

Voices in Focus: A Celebration of ‘Jaranero’ Music

Culture, Religion July 18, 2012 at 4:42 pm

In our roundup today: a memoir by a rabbi’s wife turned feminist artist; a Bronx high school student’s take on the role of family and religion; dueling petitions on a controversial monument in New Jersey; and a Mexican music festival.

A group of Latina transsexuals marched through the streets of Queens to protest their treatment by the NYPD. (Photo by Humberto Arellano / EDLP)

To Stop Harrassment of Transgender People, NYPD Changes Guidelines

Crime, Latino, LGBTQ June 13, 2012 at 3:37 pm

The NYPD’s Patrol Guide has been amended to improve treatment to transgender and other gender non-conforming New Yorkers, reported Gay City News. Meanwhile, El Diario/La Prensa covered a march by transgender Latinas condemning police hostility.