New National Poll Shows Biden, Sanders, O’Rourke, and Castro Ahead With Latino Voters in Lead Up to 2020
Findings show race for democratic presidential nomination is wide open, with many candidates relatively unknown among Latino electorate.
Raza Grad is one of several events organized by the Ivy League university, outside of the general graduation.
To this day, translations of many world classics and works of Spanish literature are being reprinted using expurgated texts approved by the dictator’s censors—often without publishers even realizing it, let alone readers.
A volunteer search group, Guerreras Buscadoras, was accompanied by state forensic experts to investigate the site.
As researchers who regularly examine public opinion, we know it’s a stretch to conclude that half of Hispanics approve of Trump, let alone suggest that a majority back his proposed immigration policies.
The “othering” of a community is a bipartisan thing.
Trump’s odiousness towards Puerto Rico could prove to be the mallet that will crack open the party and the gift that keeps on giving for the San Juan mayor.
The visit proved to be more of a Border Patrol immigration rally than an actual visit to the border town.
The latest RadioLAND podcast episode.
As my doctoral research into Europe’s 2015-2016 refugee crisis shows, stricter border control doesn’t stop migration. Often, it makes it more dangerous.
President Lenín Moreno accused Assange of violating the terms of his asylum.
Looks like nothing will happen.
A local vision for the border that is strikingly different from the prevailing U.S. view.
Gabriela Soto’s attitude allegedly fostered and condoned acts of animosity toward undocumented families.
The International Committee of the Red Cross secured access to Venezuela’s prisons yesterday. (Photo by Michael Dawes/Flickr)