Farmer Co-Ops Are Giving Latinx Communities Room To Grow

By Victoria Bouloubasis, Civil Eats. -

On Sundays, Edith Alas Ortega travels 20 minutes from her home to a farm field in Henderson County, North Carolina, and takes a deep breath. “There’s a mental and physical healing that happens [...]

Hispanic Americans On The Front Lines Of COVID-19

By Jeremy Robbins, New American Economy. -

Workforce needs are changing and immigrants and Americans of all kinds are critical to the fight, response, and recovery that we face in the coming months. As the country continues to fight the [...]

Immigrant ‘Warriors For Justice’ Return To Their Roots

By Bill Boyarsky, -

By Bill Boyarsky for Truthdig. Immigrant justice organizers skills are being tested as ICE officers prowl courthouses, day labor centers, school areas and knock on home doors. ICE personnel also [...]

Not Only Latinos, African Blacks Facing Mass Deportation

By David Love, -

By David Love for Atlanta Black Star - Although often not covered in the media, the African immigrant community is facing mass deportations in the era of Donald Trump. While the immigration [...]

Clinton And Trump Protested On Cinco De Mayo

By Staff, -

By Staff of KPCC - A protest was held Thursday afternoon against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton while she spoke at East Los Angeles College. Members of political group Unión [...]

Mobilization For Peace In Mexico, 43 US Cities, Dec. 3rd

By Latino Rebels, -

Created as a tribute to Mexico’s #YaMeCansé global movement, a #USTired2 mobilization calling for peace in Mexico launched this morning, campaign organizers told Latino Rebels. The group has [...]

Promises Broken, Latino Voters Split On Election Day Strategy

By Alice Ollstein, -

With the 2014 election just weeks away, and the Democratic control of Congress’ upper chamber in question, Latino voters in Arizona and around the country remain divided on the best strategy to [...]