New EPA Standards will Cut Carbon Pollution to Fight Climate Change

Mary Mata September 24, 2013

By Latinovations Last Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that they would push for regulations outlined by President Obama’s Climate Action Plan to “cut carbon pollution from new power plants in […]

More Latinas Gaining Independence with Higher Education

Mary Mata August 23, 2013

Los retos de la comunidad hispana

Mary Mata August 22, 2013

Unlawful NY ‘stop and frisk’ Mainly Affected Latinos

Mary Mata August 14, 2013

By Latinovations A federal judge ruled the NY ‘stop and frisk’ practice unconstitutional Monday after finding the NYPD violated the civil rights of more than 4.4 million New Yorkers in […]

Arturo Sandoval to Be Honored By President Obama

Mary Mata August 9, 2013

By Latinovations President Obama named sixteen people, including Grammy award-winning jazz musician Arturo Sandoval, for the Presidential Medal of Freedom today. Born in Cuba and later defecting to the U.S. […]

Embers of Debt Create A Fire Hazard

Mary Mata July 31, 2013

By Henry Cisneros, Latinovations When you’re putting out a campfire, it’s the embers that you need to worry about. They may not look as impressive as a roaring fire, but […]

Simon Rosenberg: “Immigration Reform Is Very Much Alive”

Mary Mata July 26, 2013

By Simon Rosenberg, Latinovations Contrary to recent news accounts, we are closer to passing a meaningful immigration reform bill than at any point since John McCain and Ted Kennedy introduced […]