America’s complicated history of treating migrants of color inhumanely is a long and sordid tale of bipartisan xenophobic policies.
White people have again proved that they have no understanding of what racial justice means.
Despite ample warning, the state of Texas failed its citizens during an unprecedented winter storm.
The connections between police and terrorist groups have been well documented for decades.
Biden’s immigration policies may seem to be an improvement from Donald Trump’s but without a clear Latin American policy agenda, his success may be limited.
Historically speaking, the cruelty surrounding U.S. immigration policy is arguably the most bipartisan issue of our times.
During Hispanic Heritage Month, our communities’ contributions throughout American history are widely ignored while voices decrying the month dominate the conversation.
The hate you breed for your own culture, heritage, and belonging is the real shame in all of this.
In America, police brutality is often viewed in a Black and White narrative leaving Indigenous, Latino, and other people of color out of the conversation.
Amid a nationwide uprising as a result of nonstop police brutality, there is once again a concerted effort to silence dissent.
Decisions over who receives benefits from COVID-19 stimulus packages in the U.S. are being driven by a disdain for communities of color.
As Americans line up at grocery stores for supplies during the current crisis, farmworkers are putting themselves at risk to harvest our food.
A significant source of Mexican cartel weapons come from legal sales by U.S. gun companies to the Mexican military and police.
Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned Sunday under pressure from the military and far-right protestors after his reelection victory triggered weeks of fraud allegations and deadly riots.
While migrants at the border represent many different nations, they all share the same dream of contributing to a free and safe society with the promise of opportunity.
For the United States, access to Venezuela’s oil reserves has always been critical. But the failures of previous administrations to gain power over the Venezuelan economy, infrastructure, and resources – on behalf of U.S. corporate interests – has now been complicated even further by Chinese and Russian investments and influence in the region.