The Latino Workers Who Really ‘Run’ Washington

The Latino Workers Who Really ‘Run’ Washington

NewsTaco October 20, 2016

*OK, I’m a fan of Patricia Guadalupe’s reporting and writing. That said, impartially, this is a really good read. VL By Patricia Guadalupe, NBC News (4 minute read) WASHINGTON, D.C. […]

Latino Influentials in DC honor two of their own this week

NewsTaco September 16, 2013

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco On any given day, an army of young Americans is hard at work in the halls of power of Washington DC – advocating policy, negotiating legislation, […]

DREAMers Begin Walk From San Francisco To Washington DC

March 22, 2012

By Maria-Elena Young, Courtesy of The Curious Ostrich On Saturday, March 10, youth from across the US left San Francisco to walk in support of the DREAM Act. Their organization […]

California, DC, NYC Come Out On Top With Latino Foundation Funding

December 20, 2011

The Foundation Center in conjunction with Hispanics in Philanthropy published a report recently titled, “Foundation Funding for Hispanics/Latinos in the United States and for Latin America.”  The report looked at […]

What I’ve Learned Occupying Wall Street And DC

October 17, 2011

By Lacy MacAuley, otherwords.org I was standing on a street one evening near my home in Washington, DC — it seems like ages ago now — with a chatty friend […]

Washington D.C. Hate Crimes Increasingly Against Latinos, Whites

July 7, 2011

News from our nation’s capital: hate crimes are being redirected away from gays and lesbians and towards Latinos and whites. Interesting, right? Turns out the gentrification of Washington, D.C. has […]

National Smithsonian Museum of the American Latino Proposed for Washington, D.C.

NewsTaco May 5, 2011

I haven’t read a truer statement in a long time: “The Mall, more than any other public space in our country does indeed tell the story of America, and yet […]