Harlem’s Spanish Christian Church Devastated By Natural Gas Explosion

Harlem’s Spanish Christian Church Devastated By Natural Gas Explosion

March 13, 2014

By Chris Kirkham, Huffington Post Latino Voices Carmen Vargas-Rosa, a lifelong member of the Christian evangelical church at the center of the Harlem building collapse, said church members are still trying […]

NYC: Someone Is Changing N Train Signs To Ñ

October 22, 2013

By Adrian Carrasquillo, BuzzFeed While the additions are new, the idea could be inspired by Línea Ñ, which has advocated an official change by the city of New York annually in […]

Unlawful NY ‘stop and frisk’ Mainly Affected Latinos

August 14, 2013

By Latinovations A federal judge ruled the NY ‘stop and frisk’ practice unconstitutional Monday after finding the NYPD violated the civil rights of more than 4.4 million New Yorkers in […]

Latino immigrants helping the homeless in NYC

July 31, 2013

By Being Latino For those of us who grew up in New York City in the 1970s and the 1980s, that all too familiar sight of people sleeping on cardboard […]

Puerto Rican Flag on Beer Can Has a Short Shelf Life

May 31, 2013

By Winnie Hu, New York Times The special cans of Coors Light beer started popping up in New York City in recent weeks ahead of the coming parade. The vitriol […]

Lawsuit Claims New York City School Admissions System Is Racist

May 21, 2013

By Emily Smith, Opposing Views New York City parents and activists filed a federal lawsuit with the Office of Civil Rights on Monday, claiming that the city’s high school admissions process […]

NYC Considering Allowing Non-Citizens To Vote

May 10, 2013

By Hunter Walker, Talking Points Memo New York City could soon become the first major city in the country to give non-citizens the right to vote. The proposal, which would allow […]