The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Latinos

COVID-19 has hit minority communities especially hard. Latinos are also being impacted by the collapsing economy and the “types” of businesses that are closing. Horizonte host Jose Cardenas talked to Gilberto Lopez, from ASU’s school of trans-border studies, about the impact of COVID-19 on the latino community.

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Gilberto Lopez, from ASU's school of trans-border studies

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