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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 […]

Hispanic Caucus denies membership to Republican Carlos Curbelo

Victor Landa November 17, 2017

How a harsh criticism turned ‘Coco’ into Pixar’s most uniquely made movie yet

Victor Landa

Trump Administration Targets and then Mocks Immigrant with Prosthetic Leg

Victor Landa November 15, 2017

A 20-year-old undocumented immigrant with prosthetic leg and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status has been detained by federal immigration agents and held without charges for over a month, treated inhumanely […]

New Poll Reveals One in Three Latinos Have Faced Discrimination In The U.S.

Victor Landa November 13, 2017

National Public Radio (NPR) has been working on a project called “You, Me and Them: Experiencing Discrimination In America.” Partnering alongside the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School […]

As Numbers Grow, Recognizing Generations Of Latino Veterans

Victor Landa November 10, 2017

As the nation honors its veterans, government officials point to the growing numbers of Latinos in the military, while Hispanic scholars and historians remind us of the generations of Latino […]

Remembering The Lost Communities Buried Under Dodger Stadium Center Field

Victor Landa November 1, 2017

Friday, May 8, 1959. It was a typically clear Los Angeles day, that would come to be known by the residents of Palo Verde — or what was left of […]