Female Janitors Who Suffered Abuse Score A Big Win In California

Female Janitors Who Suffered Abuse Score A Big Win In California

NewsTaco September 26, 2016

*This is powerful, and redeeming. VL By Kris Fortin, mitú (2.5 minute read) When everyone goes home from work, school or church, the space becomes the janitors domain. Many of these […]

Paloma Goni’s ‘stop shaving’ revolution challenges cultural taboo

July 30, 2013

By Paloma Corredor, Voxxi Over the course of the last couple of weeks, a post written by the Spanish journalist Paloma Goñi is creating controversy and conversation all over the […]

Latina state Senator fights Texas abortion bill: “This is about women’s health”

July 3, 2013

By Alessandra Hickson, NBCLatino One week after an 11-hour fillibuster by Texas Senator Wendy Davis, round two of an intense fight over proposed abortion legislation gets underway  in Texas. Governor Rick […]

USDA Appoints Judith Canales as State Executive Director for TX Farm Service Agency

June 26, 2013

PRESS RELEASE (COLLEGE STATION, TX) -May 30, 2013– Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently appointed Judith Canales as the new state executive director (SED) for the USDA Texas Farm Service Agency […]

Documentary Investigates Sexual Exploitation at Farms Across the U.S.

June 25, 2013

By Neil Genzlnger, New York Times Plenty about the ways that much of our food is raised and processed is dismaying. Tuesday night’s “Frontline” on PBS, “Rape in the Fields,” makes the […]

When a curvy body is healthy: Latinas as ideal of beauty and health

June 20, 2013

By Martha Garcia, Saludify Size 2, size 8, size 12 — what is the size for “healthy”?  Latinas are often known for their voluptuous and curvy bodies. Just think Jennifer Lopez […]

For Latinas, a Guide to Success at Work

June 18, 2013

By Valeria Fernández, New America Media Editor’s Note: Rose Castillo Guilbault, celebrated author of the memoir, “Farmworker’s Daughter: Growing Up Mexican in America,” has just released a new work with co-author Louis […]