Pope Francis, Community and Heroin

Pope Francis, Community and Heroin

NewsTaco September 25, 2015

*Read this, share it, it’s important. That’s all I have to say. VL By Sam Quiñones, A Reporter’s Blog I [spoke] at Notre Dame University [yestaerday], the day that Pope […]

Lard, Cheese and the Rewards of an Unhealthy Childhood

October 17, 2012

By Oscar Barajas, NewsTaco I was a fat kid. I mean, fat. I was so fat; I would start to sweat if I stood still long enough. I would like […]

My Nostalgia For A Less Techy World With People, Not Gadgets

November 16, 2011

In many ways, I’m old timey. I would wear a bonnet if it were socially acceptable. I wish I could churn my own butter. In high school I often dressed […]

Latina Volunteerism Often Manifests Off The Beaten Path

September 27, 2011

By Laura Donnelly Gonzalez, co-founder Latinitas I run a Latina-led and based non-profit focused on empowering Hispanic girls and teens using media and technology. I hire 20-25 Hispanic women between the […]

The Class Of 2012 Can Change History For U.S. Latinos

August 31, 2011

Listen closely high school seniors, the Class of 2012, this message is for you: the fate of our nation is in your hands. If you are 18, eligible to vote […]

Self-Help Graphics Settles Into New LA Home

June 29, 2011

Perhaps you have never visited Self-Help Graphics in Los Angeles, but if you had, you would have never forgotten the experience. It was a really cool place where really cool […]

Latinas, Not Latinos, Hold The Future In Their Hands

June 9, 2011

As we are already aware, the first wave of U.S. Latino baby boomers are now exiting exceptional positions of power and influence. During the era when the eldest members of […]