Texas High Schoolers Rise Against Anti-Immigrant SB 4 Law
By Viri Sanchez and Karla Quinones (2.5 minute read) Four months ago, on February 16, thousands of high school students across Texas joined in a collective effort to stand up […]
When Hispanic Teens Vanished, Did New York Police Do Enough?
*The MS13 gang is thought to be responsible for the disappearances, but these victims and suspects are Latino young men so the cases are not priorities. VL By Frank Eltman […]
Going Home to The Bronx
*I post this because I enjoyed reading it. You won’t find politics here, or any sort of controversy. It’s just a reporter going back to a place he once called […]
Do Latino Neighborhoods Have More to Fear from Gentrification?
*A fascinating read! It turns out that traditional Latino neighborhoods are more prone to gentrification because new white residents are less likely to move into a neighborhood that has a […]
Harlem’s Spanish Christian Church Devastated By Natural Gas Explosion
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 […]
Latino creates an international film festival – for children
By Kristina Puga, NBCLatino Armando Guareño always thought he’d be a doctor when he grew up, but when it came time for college, he says he just couldn’t deny his first […]
New York Prepares to Open Office Devoted to Immigrants
By Elisabeth Llorente, Fox News Latino New York State will soon become the latest place to open an agency focused on immigrants, according to El Diario La Prensa. In the coming […]