Latino Literary Pioneer Piri Thomas Dies At 83

Latino Literary Pioneer Piri Thomas Dies At 83

October 28, 2011

Last week the influential and acclaimed writer Piri Thomas died at home in Northern California at the age of 83. Most famous for his memoir “Down These Mean Streets,” the […]

Marco Rubio Lied About Parents’ Escape From Cuba

October 24, 2011

The story used to go that Senator Marco Rubios’ parents were forced to flee Cuba, that they were exiles, because of Fidel Castro. The truth, however, which is now reflected […]

Marco Rubio’s Immigration Stance Alienates Latino Voters

October 5, 2011

By Albert Morales, President of Albert Morales Strategies, LLC To witness the meteoric rise of Senator Marco Rubio, one can’t help but cheer his ascension in the ranks of the Senate. […]

Latino Civil Rights Leaders: Eduardo J. Padrón

August 25, 2011

By Victoria Cepeda and Efrain Nieves This week we showcase Eduardo J. Padron for his unrelenting efforts to grant opportunities to any student willing and determined to get a higher education. Eduardo […]

Florida Becoming Less Cuban, More South American

August 22, 2011

Florida, traditionally a cubano stronghold, is becoming a lot more diverse when it comes to its Latino population, according to a new report from the Associated Press. South Americans edged […]