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?
Profile of Rafael Torruella, whose Intercambios Puerto Rico distributes over 150,000 clean syringes a year.
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.
Liborio was a Haitian-Dominican religious leader whose communal practices defied international economic interests. He also came from a community that defied international borders.
DMC editor-in-chief Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez discusses their latest crime fighter, and why it’s important for kids of color to see themselves reflected in comics.
Fidel Castro and Che Guevara may be the most famous guerrillas of the Cuban Revolution, but the bravest and most disciplined were the ones fighting in an all-female platoon.
Una conversación con el autor de su novela, las actualidades en Puerto Rico y la literatura latinoamericana
Every phase of Sotomayor’s life brought new sets of challenges that promised to either make or break the future Supreme Court justice.