On the Cover
"Living in a
Black & White World"
Vol. 14, Issue 10, October 2020
This month's October cover of Latino Lubbock Magazine (LLM), reflects the concerns of many Hispanics who feel overlooked and living in a black & white world. The nation's Latino population reached 60.6 million in 2019, accounting for about 18% of the national U.S. population. About 62% of Latino registered voters identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party, while 34% affiliate with or lean to the Republican Party. Regardless, most feel disregarded despite the growing numbers of the population and voter count. With that, let the celebration continues through October 15th! Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! ¡Feliz mes de la Herencia Hispana!
This month's October issue of Latino Lubbock Magazine includes info about voter registration, breast cancer details in English and Spanish, an op-ed by the co-author of the Lubbock Disparity report, locations where you can get a free COVID test, details about an upcoming Día de los Muertos event, and a story about Losing a Family Member to COVID-19 called #61 – you don’t want to miss it. We've got a copy awaiting you.
Early Vote - Oct. 13 - 30th
Get your flu shot!
Hispanic Heritage Month ends October 15th
Election Day - Vote - Nov. 3rd
Latino Lubbock Magazine's Quinceañera - Celebrating 15 Years since our inception - Jan. 1, 21!