Artist Michelle Angela Ortiz’s “Familias Separadas” project involves a series of public installations on the effects of deportation on immigrant families.
Nuestra hermana Rebelde es una diosa del hip hop en español, dictando letras anti-coloniales, intrínsecas, fulminantes y poéticas.
As the White House brings labor leaders together and honors various worker rights defenders, two people who won’t be in attendance are Gustavo Barahona-Sanchez and Jose Adan Fugon-Cano.
A new documentary on the push for immigration reform is premiering at this year’s New York Film Festival.
As a teacher in the 1950s, Dolores Huerta saw the shadow of poverty darkened the tiny faces in her classroom. She decided to do something about it.
The National Council of La Raza is finally taking on the issue of police brutality against Latinos. What took them so long, and how serious are they?
As the Mexican-American War was just getting started farther east, a newly formed society on the Pacific Coast was battling to control its destiny under the threat of two opposing governments.
An exposé on how Cuban immigrants are gaming the U.S. welfare system also reveals that life under socialism is not nearly as bad as the Cuba lobby would have us believe.
The postcards calling for the deportation of all “Mexican trash” come in the wake of a San Francisco woman shot and killed by an undocumented immigrant.