Jess Ramirez is an engagement reporting fellow for the Scripps Howard Journalism Fellowship. She covers immigration, diaspora communities, and identity. Before joining ProPublica, she was a content producer and social media editor for Al Jazeera’s digital network, AJ+ and AJ+ Español. Previously, she was a San Francisco Film Society Filmhouse resident for the documentary short film, “Futbolistas 4 Life.”
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A lawsuit alleges that Puerto Ricans who relocated to Florida after the hurricanes of 2017 will find themselves prevented from voting because of language barriers. We need your help to tell this story.
Una demanda alega que los puertorriqueños que se mudaron a Florida después de los huracanes de 2017 se verán privados de su derecho al voto por las barreras con el idioma. Necesitamos tu ayuda para saber más.
Whether they came to the U.S. alone, or were forcibly separated from their families at the border, despondent minors are often pressured into taking psychotropic drugs without approval from a parent or guardian.