Trump Ditches His Promise to ‘Terminate’ DACA

Trump Ditches His Promise to ‘Terminate’ DACA

NewsTaco June 16, 2017

*It was the right thing to do. VL By Priscilla Alvarez, The Atlantic (3 minute read)   Donald Trump will keep the Obama-era program in place that shielded millions of […]

Awareness of controversial Arizona immigration law influenced male students’ classroom behavior

NewsTaco May 22, 2017

*Take this as a microcosm of the effect that Trumpism will have on Latino children. There is palpable fear and anxiety in schools, the kids are being affected. VL NewsTaco […]

A win for voting rights – North Carolina’s Voter ID Law Is Defeated, For Now

NewsTaco May 15, 2017

*Why you should read tis: Because this is what happens to red state legislatures that tried to cram voter ID laws immediately after the Supreme Court struck down parts of […]

Republicans predict victory as narrow U.S. healthcare vote approaches

NewsTaco May 4, 2017

*Why you should read this:  Because this vote is coming down to the wire. Because you can call your representative to let them know this is a bad bill: Savemycare […]

Outstanding Latino you need to know, but may not have heard about

NewsTaco September 16, 2016

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco Luis Walter Alvarez is the first U.S. Latino to be awarded the Nobel Prize in physics. He was awarded the distinction “for his decisive contributions to […]

Stem Sisters

Mary Mata September 13, 2013

By Maria Hinojosa, Latino USA Latinos are underrepresented in STEM—the science, technology, engineering, and math fields. But four recent STEM grads from DePaul University joined Maria Hinojosa for this first […]

The Importance of STEM Education for Latina Mothers

Mary Mata July 15, 2013

By Maria Cardona, Latinovations Like any mother raising two young children, much of my attention is focused on their education with an eye toward their futures and the opportunities they […]