Parents of Latina Former San Antonio City Councilwoman Respond to Intolerance

Parents of Latina Former San Antonio City Councilwoman Respond to Intolerance

Mary Mata August 28, 2013

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco A storm of controversy has settled over San Antonio, Texas, concerning the expansion of the City’s anti-discrimination ordinance. The expansion proposes the inclusion of LGBT persons […]

Latino Voters Support Gay Families in Immigration Reform

Mary Mata March 11, 2013

By Steve Ralls, Latino Decisions Originally posted at Immigration Equality A new Immigration Equality/Latino Decisions poll of Latino voters shows strong support for immigration reform legislation that includes lesbian and gay […]

Living in Dual Shadows – LGBT Undoc Immigrants

Mary Mata March 8, 2013

By Crosby Burns, Ann Garcia, and Phillip E. Wolgin, Center for American Progress In a first of its kind analysis, the Williams Institute at UCLA today estimates that there are at least 267,000 […]

Gay Rights & Immigration Advocacy Groups Challenge DOMA

Mary Mata December 12, 2012

By Latinovations A letter signed by more than 50 gay rights and immigration advocacy groups was sent to the White House on Monday asking President Obama to hold immigration cases […]

This Latino Boxer Has No Fear – He Came Out Of The Closet

NewsTaco October 19, 2012

By Julio Pabon, Huffington Post Latino Voices You have to give boxer Orlando Cruz a lot of credit. The man has guts. Orlando Cruz made history, not in the ring […]

Morning NewsTaco

NewsTaco August 6, 2012

Monday August 6, 2012 As two politicians ascend, new sway for Latinos? (CNN):  This week, Latinos experienced their own version of “Super Tuesday.” That was the day it was announced that San Antonio […]

Morning NewsTaco

Mary Mata July 13, 2012

Friday July 13, 2012 Obama Slips With Latino Voters: Quinnipiac Poll (Huffington Post):  President Barack Obama still has a considerable lead with Latino voters, but it may be slipping, according to […]