María Camila Montañez
Soy racista y tú también, mi querido colombiano (OPINIÓN)
Si queremos un mundo sin pobreza, sin opresión y desigualdad, hay que emprender un camino anti-racista y empezar con uno mismo.
Thank You, Latino Rebels, for Helping Me Find My Own Voice
I feel confident and ready to face the challenges of the media industry.
A Black-Led Immigration Movement Is Determined to Change Mainstream Media Narrative
“When people referred to immigrants, first thing that comes to mind is a person of Mexican descent. This a misconception. This is a global issue.”
Immigration Rights Advocates Are Ready to Fight If President Trump Decides to End DACA
“We are not going to be thrown back into the shadows.”
LADAMA Releases New ‘Porro Maracatu’ Video
The video takes you to different parts of South America where these women have shared their music, using colorful, diverse and urban scenarios.
Federal Judge: Arizona’s Mexican American Studies Ban Is Racist and Unconstitutional
Good news happens once in a while. This is one of those times.
AZ Organizers Condemn Police as Peaceful Protest Turns Violent: The City Failed Us’
“The police department failed us, hurting kids, the elderly and everyone that came together peacefully.”
La Casita Grande Editores Is Calling for Latino and Caribbean Literature Submissions
“At LCG, publishing is not just a matter of a releasing a book, it is a matter of developing a whole artist ready to take on the world.”
Reactions to Trump’s Possible Pardon of Arpaio: ‘He Has Shown He Is Racist and Against Our Community’
“[Trump] is throwing a bone to the KKK, to the Nazis and to the white supremacists who are the biggest supporters of him.”
Protests Continue in Puerto Rico Against Coal Ash Contamination
It happened on early Friday morning.
Non-Criminal Immigrant Arrests Increase With Trump, But He Hasn’t Deported More People Than Obama
Obama is still the Deporter-in-Chief.
Community Pressures ICE to Stop Deportation of Rómulo Avelica-González, a Father of Four Daughters
“It’s been hard since he was always there with us. But since he’s locked up there, it’s been hard emotionally and economically,” Fatima told Latino Rebels.
Austin Bar: “We Don’t Play Latin Music Here. You Need to Turn It Off”
“Everyone was upset. A lot of people who were dancing left with us and showed support.”
A Mississippi Police Officer Targeted the Wrong House and Ended Up Killing Ismael López
A police officer from Southaven, Mississippi, shot and killed the 41-year-old López last Sunday, July 23.
Puerto Rico’s Diaspora Raises Awareness About Peñuelas Coal Ash Dumping on Island