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Delaware Hispanic Commission

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Middletown Council chambers were packed with upwards of 200 people looking to discuss last week's Hummers Parade.

The loosely organized annual event is known for edgy political satire— but this year several immigration-themed floats were called out as racist.


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Delaware’s Hispanic Commission released a study Thursday morning laying out gaps in linguistic and cultural services across the First State for non-native English speakers.

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A Hispanic rights organization is urging Delaware’s leaders to ensure the state remains a safe and welcoming place for immigrants following this year’s presidential election.

Kids Count / Annie E Casey Foundation


A company called CulturaLink is conducting a study – including focus groups – on the cultural competency and compliance of health services for Latinos in the First State.

Kids Count / Annie E Casey Foundation

The Delaware Hispanic Commission is launching a statewide study of culture, language and more.

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Policy leaders, advocates and community representatives convened to tackle educational challenges at Thursday’s second annual Latino Summit.

Almost twice as many people came out to this year’s state Latino Summit, and many more elected officials made an appearance as well, including acting education secretary David Godowsky and State Senator Bryan Townsend.