Latino Rebels joins America’s Voice, United Farm Workers, the National Council of La Raza and others in an effort to get NBCUniversal to keep its word and cut ties with the GOP frontrunner.
In an op-ed, Dolores Huerta announces the upcoming launch of the My Country, My Vote! campaign to get Congress and the president to pass immigration reform.
‘Immigration Battle’ details how a bipartisan push to pass reform almost reached a deal — before it collapsed in June 2014.
The Obama administration relies on a network of law enforcement units across Central America to ensure children fleeing violence never reach the United States.
The Mexican-born undocu-queer artist got the idea to reimagine some of his favorite TV shows after fans began protesting POCs in the upcoming ‘Star Wars.’
A chat with Julio Montero, frontman for the Los Angeles-based Latin Folk group Cuñao, on the group’s latest album ‘Sangre y Arena.’
By allowing Texas officials to continue denying birth certificates to the U.S.-born children of undocumented parents, a federal judge places the rights of the state over the rights of citizens.
Mexican-born artist Ana Teresa Fernández painted the border fence separating the beaches of California and Baja California to show what life might be like without the wall.
Two years ago, the story of the Dream 9 sent shock waves through the immigrant rights community. This weekend, NPR’s Latino USA dedicated an entire hour to the 2013 action, which is still being talked about today.