The COVID-19 lockdown initially brought live stand-up comedy to a grinding halt, and some clubs have been shuttered indefinitely.
Many reporters and pundits have failed to report on one of the most important trends this election—the massive growth in the Latino vote that will reshape the political landscape of our country for years to come.
The results show almost universal distrust of the government’s goal to protect them or their community, wariness about receiving the vaccine and an urgent need for more information.
Mexican Americans have been instrumental in building California, making it the economic powerhouse that it is today. Yet rarely have our contributions been recognized.
Georgia will determine control of the Senate. The votes of Latinos, who have suffered badly during the pandemic, could be decisive.
Advocates and workers are demanding change after years of high fatality rates in the construction industry. What can be done depends heavily on the labor organizing landscape in each state.
El reclamo inició un proceso de redacción y edición colectiva a cargo de expertas afrolatinas que acaba de concluir.
The United States prefers to maintain the status quo and keep Puerto Rico a colony.
Mexican Americans proved to be Donald Trump’s Achilles heel in this historic election.
In the end, Trump never even needed a physical wall to prevent people from seeking refuge in the U.S.
Navigating arduous voter registration laws in a state like North Carolina is a complicated matrix for first-time voters, and first-time vote-by-mail voters.
This election year, mothers, early childhood educators, and child care providers are part of intentional, relational organizing voter programs to connect with voters they know.
I had not thought of those days for a long time.
The need for answers is just as pressing as ever.
As someone who came here from Colombia so many years ago in search of a better life, it’s painful to watch members of my own community suffer so acutely.
Survey data show that Latinos are less likely than others to think about policing as a racial justice issue.
The phenomenon of Puerto Rican transnational political impact could be lost.
She was an influential pioneering architect of the Afro-Latinx Studies movement.
Dr. Marta Moreno Vega created the Creative Justice Initiative (CJI) a little over two years ago with the intention of building an intergenerational, inclusive platform to confront systemic inequality.