Daniel Hernandez

freelance journalist and writer

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Daniel Hernandez is a freelance journalist and writer. . He is a former reporter for the LA Weekly and former producer and correspondent for VICE News Tonight.

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A new poll by the Pew Research Center finds that barely a quarter of Americans who identify as Hispanic or Latino have even heard of the word Latinx.

3% of Latinos use ‘Latinx’ to describe themselves, poll finds

A new poll by the Pew Research Center finds that barely a quarter of Americans who identify as Hispanic or Latino have even heard of the word Latinx.

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There’s a new heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Andy Ruiz won the title last weekend, beating British boxer Anthony Joshua.

California native Andy Ruiz becomes the new heavyweight boxing champ

There’s a new heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Andy Ruiz won the title last weekend, beating British boxer Anthony Joshua.

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Where to find the best tacos in LA can become a heated debate. Well, L.A. Taco’s annual taco competition, Taco Madness 2019, is in full force.

Taco Madness 2019: The Final Four

Where to find the best tacos in LA can become a heated debate. Well, L.A. Taco’s annual taco competition, Taco Madness 2019, is in full force.

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