Recognizing an Historic Moment for Utah and Our Nation
*We’re happy to post this piece submitted by Utah state Representative Rebecca Chavez-Houck because Mexican-Americans are native to this land and our heritage deserves protection. VL By Utah State Representative Rebecca […]
Utah Dems Vow Attention to Issues Important to Latinos
By David Montero, The Salt Lake Tribune Senate and House Democrats met with Latino media outlets and community leaders on the first day of the legislative session as a part of […]
Latino Dancers Invited to Inaugural May Not Have Funds To Go
By Krisitna Puga, NBC Latino Click on picture to read story. [Photo by Shawn Walter Salazar]
Can Latinos Change Utah From Red to Blue?
By Victor Landa, NewsTaco It’s known as the reddest of the red states. And a recent article in the Ogden Standard-Examiner reiterated the fact: In a state considered among the […]
Monday August 27, 2012 Watch: Are Latino college enrollment gains enough? (ecampus news): HuffPost Live’s Alicia Menendez sets the stage to a great conversation by framing the issue of Latino educational […]
Is The Utah Compact The U.S. Immigration Solution?
By Christopher Rangel Utah’s immigration reform, signed into law on March 15 of last year by Governor Gary Herbert, is composed of four separate bills. They range from the creation […]
Latino Salt Lake County Mayor Candidate Wants To Rep Everyone
Ross Romero has lived a set of several different lives in his hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah. Recently, he told NewsTaco that his varied experience in his hometown — […]