According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 76 percent of Latinos support Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. Only 14 percent of Latinos said they back Trump.
This week is the third annual Latino Conservation Week, a chance for Latinos all across the country to demonstrate their passion for enjoying and protecting public lands. Few places is that passion more evident than here in California.
Why does Donald Trump publicly insult other candidates and political leaders mercilessly? Quite simply, because he knows he can win an onstage TV insult game. In strict conservative eyes, that makes him a formidable winning candidate who deserves to be a winning candidate.
For a while now, I've been thinking about how terms like "white privilege," "inclusion" and "unconscious bias" all sound just... too nice. Don't they seem a little on the pleasant side for words used to address a system of racist oppression?
A few weeks ago, I received an invitation to the first White House Eid celebration. I accepted that invitation, primarily, to deliver a letter to President Barack Obama. I am sharing that letter in order to bring further attention to the issues it raised.
Covering up a bit more than usual at the beach while your wife or sister is beautifully covered is a wonderful form of solidarity. It's also a great form of modesty. Your wife or sister will appreciate it.
Corine Woodley, mother of the Baton Rouge police shooter Gavin Eugene Long, in an EXCLUSIVE conversation shares revealing details unknown until now about her troubled son.
Today I say my first "Make America Great Again" cap, and I know I am in the battle fields. I am in the trenches, and I am about to emerge from this with a fervor that you all will not recognize because racism is real and white supremacy hurts, but this Latina has been gaining my strength to make you remember that America was never great to us, and your cap cannot be any more misinformed.
This year, as our communities get out the vote in the 2016 presidential elections, we keep in mind all these injustices that continue to plague black and immigrant communities.
When so much darkness seems to be surrounding our world, Donald Trump and Mike Pence would not only be the wrong equation for America, but more importantly, they would fail to add up to the dreams and hopes that our founders envisioned for our country.
I support your right to vote for whoever you choose, but that does not mean I will not be hurt by it or that our relationship will not suffer from it. My hope is that after the election is over, the wall between us will be torn down, but my fear is that it never will be.
We know that payday lenders are predatory, disproportionately choosing to set up shop in communities of color. We know that Latinos are more likely than the general population to use a payday loan.
Election 2016 has not only been the most predictable election in recent memory, but the results have been virtually set in stone for many years.
Unlike ever before, we will have a say in the future of our country, one that is reflective of our community because not only will Latinas impact who goes to the White House, but we will decide who sits on our school boards, city councils, state legislatures, and yes, the Supreme Court too