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Devotion to Virgin of Guadalupe Alleviates Stress of Immigration

Victor Landa July 19, 2017

By The University of Alabama News (3 minute read)  TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Mexican immigrants living in a rural Mississippi county highly devoted to the Virgin of Guadalupe coped better with immigration-related stress […]

These Are the Latinos Nominated for a 2017 Emmy Award

Victor Landa July 13, 2017

Ride Like a Girl

Victor Landa July 11, 2017

Latino Support Grows for Same-Sex Marriage

Victor Landa July 10, 2017

*Acceptance of same-sex marriage has grown since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor. VL By Edwin López Moya, Al Día (3 minute read)   US society support for same-sex […]

The Literal Whitewashing of Chicago’s Latino Murals

NewsTaco June 22, 2017

*For some this is progress, for others it’s displacement. At a deeper level it’s erasing culture. VL NewsTaco CULTURE THURSDAY By Andrea Penman-Lomeli, Citylab (3.5 minute read)   Iconic images—of […]

Effort to Create American Latino Museum on National Mall Gets Push in Bipartisan Bill

NewsTaco June 16, 2017

*This is yuuge! . . .  and about time. (*note to self, it’s not a museum, it’s an infrastructure project that happens to be a National Latino Museum.) VL By […]

10 Books From Latino & LatAm Authors For Your Summer Reading List

NewsTaco June 15, 2017

*Here’s a good list of suggestions for your summer reading. It’s ambitious – for some – but doable. VL NewsTaco CULTURE THURSDAY By  Alejandra Oliva, Remezcla (4 minute read)  Along with […]