Schumer’s ‘Extreme’ Immigration Stance Protested By Activists

Schumer’s ‘Extreme’ Immigration Stance Protested By Activists

Mary Mata April 3, 2013

By Chelsea Kiene, Huffington Post WASHINGTON — A group of Latino and immigration rights activists protested Tuesday over what the group is calling Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (D-N.Y.) “Latino problem,” denouncing […]

PRISONS: A Call to End Racial Warring

NewsTaco October 11, 2012

By Sam Quiñones, A Reporter’s Blog A group of inmates in California’s maximum security lockups — Pelican Bay, Corcoran and Tehachapi — are calling for an end to the racial warring […]

Latinos Make Up Majority Of Inmates In Federal Prisons

Mary Mata September 19, 2011

By Cindy Casares This year, we’re kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month with the disheartening news that Latinos, for the first time in American history, comprise the majority of inmates in […]

In Juarez the Prison Inmates Run the Asylum

Mary Mata August 5, 2011

By Melissa del Bosque On Monday, July 25, there was a riot in the Cereso state prison in Juarez and 17 people were killed. The prison is divided between the […]

News Taco To Go: Felons, Border War, Wisconsin, Pesticides

Mary Mata June 7, 2011

Latinos, Immigrants Comprise Half Of Federal Felons Hometown Exile: Saying Goodbye To Visiting Mexico Latinos In Wisconsin Organize To Ensure Representation Latina Students Fight Pesticides In California