The forgotten history of how Latinos earned the right to vote

The forgotten history of how Latinos earned the right to vote

NewsTaco October 13, 2016

*The battles for equal educational rights for Latinos go back many, many generations. And many of those historic battles started in Texas. This is a good read for perspective, context, […]

6 Ways Latino Advocacy Has Shaped Our Education Policies

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*This is very good. My recommendation for your lunch break read. It’s an 11.5 minute investment. VL By Raul A. Reyes, NBC News (11.5 minute read) Did you know that the […]

Latinos in the 113th Congress

January 29, 2013

By Silvia Manzano, Latinovations The 113th Congress includes a record number of thirty-eight Latinos elected officials. These notable numbers have both policy and political implications for the future of Latino […]

Reforming Govt Policies To Drive Innovation

October 4, 2011

By David Goldstein The anti-clean-energy echo chamber has been publicizing the bankruptcy of Solyndra, a manufacturer of solar energy panels, arguing that the President’s clean energy job creation program is […]

Common Sense Missing From Obama Admin Immigration Reviews

September 26, 2011

By Matias Ramos, otherwords.org Now that the electronic shackle is off, it’s really nice not having to listen to the eerie computer-voice commands regularly broadcast from its plastic speaker. [Matias […]

New Immigration Policy Prioritizes Criminals Over DREAMers

August 25, 2011

On Friday, a working group from the Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department began its review of approximately 300,000 deportation cases currently in our system to distinguish between […]

Obama’s Latina Staffer Defends Secure Communities

August 17, 2011

By Cecilia Muñoz, White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs As too often happens in the debate over immigration, anger and heated rhetoric from all sides dominate while the facts tend to get […]