No parent should have to worry about their children’s education being under-resourced because they want to be part of a diverse community.
An explanation of the tug of war between China and Taiwan, and how it all plays out in Latin America.
The set of proposals that aim to increase the state’s capacity to fight organized crime, corruption and urban violence was presented to Brazilian governors in early February by Minister of Justice Sérgio Moro.
The blockade of the continent’s most important highway has cost millions of dollars and left one officer dead and 16 people injured in the wake of a violent crackdown.
Whatever one’s view on immigration, it’s important to understand the impact imposed on disabled immigrants and refugees.
In visiting the White House, Bolsonaro hoped to strengthen trade, investments and military collaboration with the United States.
Chicago is home to one of the nation’s largest and most organized Puerto Rican communities in the United States.
While Trump’s razor wire, rhetoric, and “national emergency” are an unwelcome and menacing display of fear and deception, U.S.-Mexico border communities will always be linked and continue to provide socorro for one another.
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‘Low Numbers’ From Puerto Rico Gov’t Pushed Harvard Group to Continue Hurricane María Death Toll Study
Research team explained to officials that it would not have been necessary to estimate deaths based on surveys if Demographic Registry data had been available.
As a nation, we should do no less for a people who have given so much and yet have been recognized for so little.
The recent change will require Cubans to visit a third country —Mexico or Panama— before traveling to the United States.
“Our relatives are all considered ‘aliens,’” said the Yaqui elder and activist José Matus. “They’re not aliens…. They’re indigenous to this land.”
The document below derives from the panel on Chicanismo in the Americas held November 17, 2018, during the conference commemorating the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights hearing, which occurred 50 years ago in San Antonio, Texas.
LATINOS OUT LOUD Interviews Our Digital Media Editor Amanda Alcántara About Her Upcoming Book ‘Chula’
During the interview, they discuss some of the surprising inspirations behind the book and facing the fear of publishing independently.
Since the first anti-government student protests erupted in April 2018, more than 300 people have died while mobilizing.