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A relief drive on the Navajo Nation Reservation delivers COVID supplies to dozens of families in the Many Farms area while helping to sign more residents up for the census. The Sept. 17 event was the latest in a series of COVID-19 relief efforts held since the tribe received the final portion of its CARES Act money.

The Navajo Nation is getting creative in it's efforts to provide Covid-19 relief and supplies, while also urging members to participate in the US Census. Read more»

Researchers are urging more people of color to participate in clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine, but participation numbers so far are low. Black, Native American and Latino people are nearly 3 times more likely to contract COVID-19 than white people, and experts say vaccine trials should reflect that.

Because of a long history of racism and unethical experimentation, people of color may be hesitant to participate in vaccine trials. Read more»

Hundreds of mostly unmasked supporters of President Donald Trump attend a Latinos for Trump roundtable event in Phoenix. “Hispanic Americans strengthen our nation beyond description,” Trump told the crowd at Arizona Grand Resort & Spa.

President Donald Trump stopped in Phoenix on Monday to woo a key demographic that could make or break the November election and determine whether Arizona flips from red to blue: Hispanic voters. Read more»