“We’re going to make sure that we’re doing our part to push back because there’s no way in hell that we’re going to have this country go down the path that this President is taking us down,” the former HUD secretary told Maria Hinojosa
Despite placing high importance on upcoming elections, new polling shows that a majority of Texas Latino voters have yet to be contacted by a campaign or candidate.
This is not the dystopian world of tomorrow. This is unfolding today right before our very eyes and it will continue to get worse if we don’t reverse course.
“The health of our democracy and state hinges on an active and engaged citizenry.”
“In 2014, the turnout rate among Latino eligible voters dropped to a record low of 27%.”
Roughly 16 percent of the country’s population lives abroad. Their remittances, which last year totaled $1.4 billion, have fueled consumption and tempered political pressure on Ortega’s government to reduce poverty.
Perhaps one of the more contentious aspects of U.S. politics is securing the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border.
Latino Rebels Radio: October 10, 2018
Supreme Court Denies Review, Federal Officials Defend Disenfranchisement in U.S. Territories Before Human Rights Commission
“Absent full enjoyment of the right to vote, Americans in the territories are too easily ignored by all three branches of the federal government,” Neil Weare of Equally American said.
Nearly 1 in 4 Latino Registered Voters View Protecting Immigrant Rights as Top Issue in Election 2018
Results show Latinos are ready to make their voices heard in upcoming elections, but consistent and sustained engagement from parties and campaigns still an ongoing problem.
I would humbly ask that white women in particular acknowledge the power dynamics that exist between them and men of color, and the full force of racial violence that stands ready behind them.
Latino Rebels Radio: October 8, 2018
The right-wing candidate will have to face a runoff on October 28 against his opponent, Fernando Haddad, from the Worker’s Party.
One popular chant during the march was “We are not one, we are not one hundred. Stupid government, count us correctly.”
In this interview, we learn about why Ana María Archila immigrated to the United States, what inspired her to become an activist and why she actually had been preparing for her elevator moment for a long time.
My hope is that the time has finally arrived to have a national conversation about the continued denial of voting rights to nearly four million Americans.
“DHS also struggled to identify, track, and reunify families separated under Zero Tolerance due to limitations with its information technology systems, including a lack of integration between systems.”
One detainee told us, “I’ve seen a few attempted suicides using the braided sheets by the vents and then the guards laugh at them and call them ‘suicide failures’ once they are back from medical.”