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Advocacy group releases interactive map to help Latinos run for office

Victor Landa May 25, 2018

A Latino advocacy group is releasing a new online tool to help prospective Latino candidates run in districts where Hispanics are underrepresented. The interactive map commissioned by Latino Victory Project cross-references […]

5 Women Who Are Mobilizing The Latino Community For The Midterm Elections

Victor Landa May 24, 2018

Lupe Valdez becomes first openly gay and first Latina candidate to win a major party nomination for Texas governor

Victor Landa

There’s A Wave Of Latina Candidates In The Midterms — And Their Reason For Running Might Inspire You To Do The Same

Victor Landa May 17, 2018

A record number of Latina candidates are running for office this year — many of them fueled by rhetoric and policies coming out of the Trump administration that they hope […]

How One Woman Is Fighting To Get More Latino Movie Roles

Victor Landa May 9, 2018

When casting director Carla Hool moved to Los Angeles from Mexico City in 2011, she found stereotypical Latino movie roles written without much depth: “The gardener, the immigrant who crossed the […]

When Your 12-Year-Old Son Faces Little League Racism

Victor Landa April 30, 2018

As parents, we walk a fine line between solving our children’s problems and letting them struggle on their own, like when they’re faced with little league racism. My 12-year-old plays […]

Latinos And Others Find Trump Tweets Not Unusual

Victor Landa April 23, 2018

NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Pilar Marrero, a writer at the Spanish language daily La Opinion in Los Angeles, about President Trump tweets attacking California’s sanctuary laws. LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: This past […]