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Alberto Vasallo III: My thoughts on Obama in Cuba

Alberto Vasallo III: My thoughts on Obama in Cuba

By: Alberto Vasallo, III Admittedly so, I was very skeptical at first with Obama’s new approach and policy. However, my President (Obama) has given me renewed optimism about a free and democratic Cuba, the ultimate end game for Cubans in exile, like my dad and many others. The process may be a little slower than we […]

¿East Boston sin latinos?

Por Máximo Torres Guste o disguste, los cambios, el desarrollo, la gentrificación ya está en marcha, pero alguien me decía “te imaginas un East Boston sin latinos, sin esa comunidad vibrante, sin Vallenato colombiano, sin “Pura Uva Mami” de los salvadoreños o sin la súper cumbia “Te vas” del Grupo 5 de los peruanos. Según […]

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Let’s stop being politically correct: If you support Trump, you’re racist

By: Elvis Jocol Lara Writers note:  The following “op/ed” piece is purely satirical with bits of truth sprinkled in and around the edges.  I’ll let the reader determine what they choose to believe (except for the cited facts). Any similarities to rhetoric espoused by a certain segment of the political spectrum is purely coincidental and […]

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Chelsea city manager Jay Ash is Governor-elect Charlie Baker’s first cabinet appointment. Ash, a Democrat, will now lead the state’s housing and economic development agency. The popular city manager has led the City of Chelsea since 2001, bringing 14 years of stability to the city. El Mundo Boston asked several Latinos in the area who […]

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The Latino vote will continue to be a point of discussion In Tuesday’s photo finish election for Massachusetts’ Governor, with a majority of 48.46% Republican Charlie Baker barely edged out Democrat Martha Coakley, who claimed 46.58% of the vote.  Of the roughly two million votes cast, Baker’s margin of victory was little more than 40,000 […]

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Editorial: Dedicated to our beloved friend

  Dedicated to our beloved friend This week instead of our customary weekly editorial, El Mundo dedicates this page to several of the many hundreds of images we have stored in our photo archive. It has been said that at least half of all Bostonians say they had, at one time or other, met Mayor […]

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Ahora Depende de los Votantes… Todo lo que usted tiene que hacer es tomar un periódico -cualquiera de ellos- o mirar un canal de noticias o escuchar algún programa hablado en radio, y lo que encontrará serán noticias políticas. Sí, esta es la estación del año en la cual dominan las noticias relacionadas con la […]

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You are invited to “A Conversation With Our Next Governor” In an effort to increase civic engagement within our readers and our community, El Mundo Newspaper embarks on a new project this Friday evening at Northeastern University. In what we are calling “A Conversation With Our Next Governor”, we are inviting the public to participate […]

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All Candidates Need To Be Heard in Debates In what has become a side story that seems to be picking up steam, the issue over which candidates can and should participate in political forums and debates is one that needs to be addressed. It all sprouted after debate organizers in Worcester (being held and televised […]

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage month Over the course of 42 years of reporting on the Latino community, we have witnessed many changes in the political, social and economic landscape of our community. It is no secret to those who have lived here over the last three decades that the early battles that the first brave community […]

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