The Native American Electorate’s Role in the Blue Wave Referendum on President Trump’s Policy Agenda
In a historic midterm election that saw minority and women voters energized like never before, one of the major themes was the importance of the Native American population as both voters and candidates.
I understand we need to heal, that we need to recover from institutional exclusion, but how does a community heal when we lack resources that bring us together as a united coalition?
Latino Rebels Radio: November 18, 2018
As someone who was there attempting to dialogue and directly engage with the questions and concerns the protesters were raising, it was appalling to witness such vile hatred, misunderstanding, and racism towards the refugees.
“Despite the divisiveness of Kemp’s campaign, we emerge from this election more united than ever.”
As they say, the Boricua Justice is wicked smart.
Eleventh Circuit will consider legal arguments.
The original meeting was initially requested to address CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s credentials, treatment of minority journalists and all members of the press.
With Central American Migrants in Tijuana, Live Video Shows Mexicans Yelling ‘Mexico First’ and ‘Go Away’
“Our security is first,” a man in the video says in Spanish. “Mexico first. Our families first. Our nation first. Then them.”
Migrant Justice leaders at risk of deportation for engaging in protected First Amendment activity.
Groundbreaking class action lawsuit addressing alleged wage theft in immigrant detention centers.
¡Enhorabuena to a fabulous team!
Building the electoral power for young people in Texas to win on the issues that matter to them.
Latino Rebels Radio: November 11, 2018
A Bunch of Financial Journalists Decided to Openly Mock Puerto Rico’s Debt Crisis in a Tone-Deaf DESPACITO ‘Skit’
“We can help you with your little bankruptcito/we’re the brains, you’re the debtor in ‘el possessionito’”
“Over 78 percent of Latinos have personally experienced the effects of climate change in their state.”
Many armchair experts have been espousing a lot of misinformed rhetoric regarding migrants based on the divisive language used by Donald Trump. I’m here to clear the air with facts that some of them may not like.
“The art that was taken down elevates the plight of people of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, and the abject and intentionally negligent response by the U.S. government, namely FEMA and the U.S. Military.”
“Researchers were surprised to find that upon moving to the United States, there were decreases in alcohol use in men, with no significant change in women.”