Over the past year, in the wake of multiple police killings of unarmed Black and Latino men, women and children, support for body-worn cameras has gained momentum, with both the White House and police officers advocating for their use.
We just won a historic victory, a critical step towards equality for Latinos in the digital age. Yet many American Latinos are unaware of this win and the tremendous potential it brings for us and our families to achieve full participation in the American dream: better educations, better jobs, more financial stability and more political power.
On Feb. 26, the Federal Communications Commission adopted Net Neutrality rules. Millions of Americans have been following this issue, yet many more are wondering what exactly just happened, and how it affects them.
The future of the Internet is about to be decided. Will it continue to be a place where dreams are born, dissent is protected, and democracy thrives? That depends on a crucial Net Neutrality vote at the Federal Communications Commission on Feb. 26.