There’s one main difference between Chinese and Mexican immigrants who come to the US illegally

There’s one main difference between Chinese and Mexican immigrants who come to the US illegally

NewsTaco October 4, 2016

*First, an explanation. We don’t use the term illegal on our site, but the headline is native to the Quartz publication, so in this instance we kept it. Second, this […]

Why immigrants aren’t afraid of Trump

NewsTaco December 9, 2015

By Victor Landa There’s a reason immigrants in the U.S. aren’t attracted to the Trump political circus, regardless of what he might say about them. It has to do with […]

A Response to Dan Savage from All the Mexicans

February 12, 2014

By Jennifer Patiño, Gozamos Below is a response to Dan Savage’s column today. Click link to read Savage’s portrayal of Mexicans. “A lot of immigrants from Mexico—documented and undocumented—work in restaurants […]

Treasure Trove Of Pulp Fiction “Africans” And “Mexicans”

August 16, 2012

From the textmex obsessed imagination of Memo Nericcio more here: http://www.magazineart.org/ This post first appeared in the textmex galleryblog. William Anthony Nericcio, aka “Memo,” is the Director of San Diego State University’s […]

What Really Happened At The Alamo On March 6, 1836

March 6, 2012

By Richard G. Santos In movies and TV programs, the Mexican soldiers who participated in assaulting the Alamo on March 6, 1836, are always depicted in clean, almost new, beautiful uniforms. They […]

Banda Music, Or Tamborazo, Nurtures The Soul

March 1, 2012

By Eres Nerd To me and my family, banda is life. Banda is spiritual renewal. The sounds of the clarinet and sousaphones were part of the Pandora playlist of my childhood. […]

Latino Men Are Always The Most Critical Of Me

November 18, 2011

The people that get most upset about what I write are almost always Latino men. I’m not stereotyping or exaggerating — this is simply a fact. Nearly all of the […]