We should stop saying we’re nation of immigrants.

September 15, 2017

Health

Latinos are disproportionately affected by asthma, and Trump’s policies are making it worse

Many Americans live where it is unsafe to breathe. About 40% of the U.S. population — more than 126 million people — live in areas that do not comply with national ambient […]

vlanda September 6, 2017

How You Can Help the Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort After the Headlines Fade

  As long as the images are on TV and social media the needs of the millions of people affected by Hurricane Harvey will be present in peoples hearts and […]

vlanda August 30, 2017

Politics

Latino Climate Politics, or Seeing God’s wrath in the hurricanes

Hurricane Harvey left fear, uncertainty and ruin in its wake. The Category 4 storm left some people questioning what could come next, to which Mother Nature quickly responded with another hurricane: Irma. […]

vlanda September 21, 2017

Top Trump Latino Slurs

This wasn’t easy. It’s a difficult thing to choose the Trump Latino slurs greatest hits, there are so many to choose from. But I was up for the challenge. First, […]

vlanda September 13, 2017

NewsTaco Podcast Network

DIECIOCHO Podcast: Hispanic Heritage Month: Why We Should Stop Saying We’re a Nation of Immigrants

We’re not a nation of immigrants, we’re an immigrant nation, and there’s a big difference between the two. This 2017 edition of Hispanic Heritage Month is a good time to […]

vlanda September 18, 2017

DIECIOCHO Podcast – Manny Ruiz, Hispanicize Texas

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco (1 munite read, 20 minute listen)  Here’s the deal, if you’re a content creator in Texas or close to Texas, you should be at Hispanicize Texas and you […]

vlanda July 27, 2017

Victor's Blog

How to Learn From the World’s Best Blogger

I was recently asked for the name the world’s best blogger, which I took to mean, in a roundabout way, my favorite blogger. The questioner was looking to learn from […]

vlanda September 19, 2017

Fact: Lee HS in San Antonio will change its name; there are no major high schools in the city named after a notable Tejano

Robert E. Lee High School, in San Antonio, Texas, will be changing its name. That’s what the North East Independent School Board unanimously voted to do last night. But there’s no word on […]

vlanda August 30, 2017