The new rule is planned to ensure that immigrants “can support themselves financially and will not be reliant on public benefits,” according to a press release.
“Right now we’re working with whatever is left at the farm, but it’s practically over,” one seasonal worker said.
Latino Rebels Radio: September 23, 2018
Este Mes de la Herencia Hispana, tenemos que aprovechar nuestro enorme potencial y registrarnos para votar (Opinión)
Unidos, superaremos las constantes amenazas de Donald Trump y sus aliados.
As Case of Former Pennsylvania Police Officer Gets Set for Trial, Family of Slain Latino Man Stays Hopeful
During the Thursday hearing at an Allentown courtroom, the prosecutor reportedly showed graphic video footage of the moments leading up to the shooting.
Hispter racism redux.
“I see no reason to lose confidence in Commissioner Velásquez,” wrote Guterres.
By aggregating the three weeks of interviews, our polling finds that internally among Latino voters only Cuban Americans have a favorable view of the president, at 57%.
Nearly 60 Percent of Latino Voters Have Yet to Be Contacted by Candidates or Parties in Advance of 2018 Election
Latino voters in Texas most likely to view participating in the 2018 Election as more important than the 2014 Election.
Officials worry that this could harm the country’s peace efforts.
We deserve answers along with the American citizens of Puerto Rico.
Close to a year of work.
Vizcarra proposed the reinstatement of the Senate and a term limit for congressmen.
In bicameral letter, lawmakers demand apology, call on President to acknowledge official death toll and improve recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.
If we do not register to vote, we will never be able to hold the Trump administration accountable.
Three in Four Latino Voters Believe President Trump Should Step Down If Evidence Finds His Campaign Interfered in Election 2016
Results show Latino voters split on Robert Mueller, with less than half reporting that they think he is conducting a fair investigation into a possible connection to the Russian government
Phillip Arroyo writes about a mural dedicated to Puerto Rico he found in Orlando, and its meaning in the face of injustices.
According to the indictment, Kirchner collected bribes from construction companies in exchange for public works contracts.