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U.S Hispanic Chamber Leader Who Has Had Turbulent Relationship With Trump May Be Ousted

Victor Landa November 22, 2017

The US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is moving behind the scenes to oust its prominent president Javier Palomarez over allegations that he misused the organization’s money for his personal […]

Post-hurricane rebuilding will be done by undocumented workers — and they need protection

Victor Landa October 13, 2017

She Was a Realtor. And a Gang Leader.

Victor Landa September 26, 2017

Immigrants fear harassment in Trump’s America so much it’s started to damage the economy

Victor Landa August 25, 2017

  Major US retailers are seeing a decline in revenues in predominantly Hispanic areas in the wake of Donald Trump’s election, a concerning trend as the holiday season approaches. Many Hispanics […]

La Uva, Mexican-American winemaking: Lucha, Oportunidad y Familia

Victor Landa August 4, 2017

By Eduardo Díaz, Director – Smithsonian Latino Center (3 minute read)    The advent of World War II (WWII) created a serious labor shortage in the United States. With so many men […]

As Latino Sneakers Sales Go, So Goes the GDP

Victor Landa July 19, 2017

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco (1.5 minute read)  There’s news today from the Latino sneaker sales index, which is one of the most reliable economic indicators for U.S. Latinos. I found there’s a […]

Immigrants Cost Taxpayers, Then Pay More Than Most

Victor Landa July 10, 2017

*This is a conversation-changer. Yes, immigrants cost more at the beginning, but they more than make up for that cost in the long-term.  The adult children of immigrants contribute more […]