A School Sex Scandal Affects Both Children And Parents

A School Sex Scandal Affects Both Children And Parents

February 17, 2012

To the mothers of children in elementary school: At the moment, mothers with school-aged children are alarmed by the painful events in the school Miramonte Elementary School in Los Angeles. The first thing you need to do is think coolly about what your involvement will be […]

One Latina Twentysomething’s 12 Tips For Teens

February 15, 2012

I am not a wise old crone. I am only 27 and though I have been successful in many realms, I am disgruntled about plenty of things. I am a […]

The Origins Of One Latina Nerd

February 2, 2012

All this recent Latino nerd talk — shout out to all of my brothers and sisters — got me thinking about the origins of my nerdom. How exactly did this happen? […]

Tucson Book Ban Is Just More Anti-Latino Rhetoric

January 30, 2012

By Richard G. Santos The State of Arizona has been foremost in anti-Mexican American legislation, ordinances and rhetoric in recent years. National boycotts and the U.S. Department of Justice and […]

Censorship In Arizona: Who’s Afraid Of An Educated Latino?

January 27, 2012

By Nicole Cipri In December, Arizona lawmakers passed the controversial bill known as HB2281, which banned ethnic studies in the Tuscon Unified School District. Last week, while students watched in stunned silence, […]

Texas Group Aims To “Smuggle” Latino Literature Back Into AZ

January 25, 2012

The video shows a man hanging out in front of the trunk of a car filled with books you may recognize, books about Latinos, books written by Latinos. He says […]

Tucson Students Walk Out Over Mexican American Studies Ban

January 24, 2012

High school students in Tucson, Arizona walked out of their classrooms Monday in protest over the ban on Mexican American studies in the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) recently. NewsTaco […]