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.
The latest from the Latin America News Dispatch podcast.
La falta de acceso a los datos del Gobierno sobre mortalidad para el 2017 fue lo que llevó al grupo de Harvard a hacer su estudio mediante encuestas al azar en el que estimaron 4,645 muertes luego del huracán.
The day we arrive in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, the southern Mexican state that borders Guatemala, all is quiet.
Organization says Trump immigration policies demonstrate devastating impact on more than six million U.S.-citizen children.
As Congress and the White House continue to clash over the funding of the border wall, Latino USA heads down to the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas to visit the communities affected by the government’s decisions about the border and immigration.
The resolution now heads to the president’s desk, where he is expected to use his first veto.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Leadership Calls on the FBI and DHS OIG to Investigate the Trump Organization’s Systemic Practice of Hiring Undocumented Workers
The CHC says that DHS has failed to initiate an investigation despite multiple complaints.
Ruth, Wendy, Magda, Chileno and Magaly are five Salvadoran women who started their own theatre company and aspired for a better life in a male-dominated culture.
Puerto Rican artists and scholars Dr. Frances Negrón-Muntaner and Sarabel Santos Negrón launched the project in early February to research what Puerto Ricans value the most and how the economy can respond to their needs of people on the island.
“Please don’t take this as an indication that your story is not important,” Netflix said.
Although I am glad to see attention finally given to the current plight of Central American refugees and migrants, I am appalled by the ways we continue to overlook decades of U.S. policy intervention in Central America and fail to connect how it has fueled migration since the 1980s.