Justice Sonia Sotomayor Speaks Out on Latino Identity and Civic Engagement

Justice Sonia Sotomayor Speaks Out on Latino Identity and Civic Engagement

NewsTaco April 4, 2017

*Why you should read this: Because Justice Sotomayor call us out, but does it in an encouraging way. Because she preaches truth: “None of us can afford to be bystanders […]

Latinos Increasingly in Favor of Gay Marriage

Mary Mata March 27, 2013

By Sandra Lilley, NBCLatino When it comes to gay marriage and Latino public opinion, the last few years have seen dramatic changes, according to Ingrid Duran. She and her partner, Catherine Pino, are one […]

Supreme Court: GOP Must Abide Voter Protection Decree

Mary Mata January 15, 2013

By Warren Richey, Christian Science Monitor Click on picture to read story. [Photo by runJMrun]

60 Minutes Interview: Sonia Sotomayor (Sonia from the Bronx)

Mary Mata January 14, 2013

By CBS News Click on picture to read story. [Photo screenshot from CBS video]

Voting Rights: A Sleeper Issue For Latino Community

NewsTaco January 11, 2013

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco Here’s a small blip on the radar that’s sure to be getting brighter this year: Six out of the nine states covered under Section 5 of […]

Where Romney and Obama Stand on the Supreme Court

Mary Mata November 1, 2012

By Suevon Lee, ProPublica The Supreme Court has remained a largely unspoken topic on the campaign trail — even though the Court plays a critical function in Americans’ lives. (This past […]

Morning NewsTaco

NewsTaco July 30, 2012

Monday July 30, 2010 Most Aging Latinos Struggle, Some Get Active, Inspiring Other (New America Media):  According to a recent AARP report, middle-aged and older Hispanics are having the hardest time coping with […]