Inaction Spurs New Immigrant Sanctuary Movement

Inaction Spurs New Immigrant Sanctuary Movement

NewsTaco September 29, 2014

*The fact that the President won’t move on the immigration issue doesn’t mean that the issue isn’t moving. Inaction isn’t an immigrant trait, neither is it an option for immigrant […]

Tucson’s Mexican American Studies Program Is Revived

Mary Mata July 31, 2012

By Griselda Nevárez, Voxxi Alfonso Chavez was a senior at Tucson High School when the Arizona State Legislature passed in 2010 a law banning the teaching of ethnic studies in […]

A Video Report Of The Librotraficante Banned Book Caravan

Mary Mata March 29, 2012

By Tia Tenopia In 2011, the Arizona State Legislature passed HB 2281, a law which prohibits schools from offering courses at any grade level that advocate ethnic solidarity, promote overthrow […]

Tucson Book Ban Is Just More Anti-Latino Rhetoric

Mary Mata 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 […]

NewsTaco Weekly Roundup: Jan. 9-15, 2012

Mary Mata January 15, 2012

Hi there, this week I wanted to point out that NewsTaco snagged the only exclusive interview with @MexicanMitt, a character mocking the presidential candidate on Twitter. That’s my top pick […]

Arizona Protests Begin Ahead Of Ethnic Studies Ruling

Mary Mata May 9, 2011

In a few weeks Arizona Schools Superintendent John Huppenthal will issue a ruling on whether or not Tucson Unified School District’s Mexican-American Studies program is in violation of state law. […]