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There’s A Wave Of Latina Candidates In The Midterms — And Their Reason For Running Might Inspire You To Do The Same

Victor Landa May 17, 2018

A record number of Latina candidates are running for office this year — many of them fueled by rhetoric and policies coming out of the Trump administration that they hope […]

Latinos And Others Find Trump Tweets Not Unusual

Victor Landa April 23, 2018

Texas OKs Mexican-American studies curriculum under new name

Victor Landa April 12, 2018

Carlos Guerra, journalist and civil rights activist

Victor Landa April 9, 2018

In the 1960s, Texas A&I University (now Texas A&M University-Kingsville) was a hotbed for political activism. The campus was the home of several Mexican American civil rights organizations.  Among them […]

California, NY sue Trump administration over addition of citizenship question to census

Victor Landa March 27, 2018

The state of California sued the Trump administration Monday night, arguing that the decision to add a question about citizenship in the 2020 Census violates the U.S. Constitution. The state’s attorney general […]

Donald Trump and The Frito Bandito

Victor Landa March 15, 2018

Since the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848, those of us born and raised along the U.S. / Mexico border have been continually marginalized into a geographic […]

Two Dems poised to make history as first Texas Latinas in Congress

Victor Landa March 7, 2018

Two Latina candidates who won their respective Democratic primaries on Tuesday night are likely to make history in November as the first Latinas from Texas to serve in Congress. Candidates Veronica Escobar […]