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The Latino vote has been top of mind with the presidential election results still trickling in. As nearly all white news hosts try to understand that Latinos are not a monolith, we think this episode offering a candid conversation on race could help.

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We love reliable and unbiased data and this is especially true with the 2020 Presidential Election only days away! This is why we’re excited to welcome back to Tamarindo Stacie de Armas, SVP, Diverse Consumer Insights and Initiatives at Nielsen —a global measurement and data analytics company that provides the most complete and trusted view available of consumers and markets worldwide—to discuss their 2020 Election Hub. The hub is where you can find the most up-to-date data on this year’s biggest election events. Like Nielsen, we want to highlight the importance of voting and the importance of educating yourself prior to voting. So, please visit the 2020 Election Hub today for accurate information.

Stacie breaks down the data on Latinos and voting and also gives us a lot to be hopeful about the power that we hold as a community.

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As many voters cast their ballots in the 2020 general election, we want to revisit a previous Tamarindo podcast episode that first aired on July 15, 2020. This summer was one in which cities across the country witnessed mass protsts as communities grew tired about the lack of accountability of police officers and the continuous murder of Black and Brown people at the hands of police. Los Angeles has an opportunity to bring more accountability to policing by electing George Gascón for District Attorney and this episode tells listeners why.

According to the New York Times, the Los Angeles District Attorney (DA) race is the most important DA race in the country.

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