Though his revolution failed, Sandino’s struggle would inspire others into the future, just as he himself had been inspired as a boy by the bravery and ultimate defeat of a rebel general.
On the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, this weekend’s demonstration will see a uniting of Black and brown people — and not just men.
When her people’s way of life in the Ecuadoran Amazon came under attack, Patricia Gualinga rose to lead their defense.
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?
The Colombian government and the FARC guerrillas have signed an agreement on victims’ reparations. Now what?