I am here to tell the Latino community that we need Bernie Sanders, and vice versa. I am here to tell the Latino community we need to endorse and vote for Bernie Sanders to become the next president of the United States.
I call on Amazon and its CEO, Jeff Bezos, whose own father immigrated to America as a young man, to also cease business with Donald Trump, and stop supporting his hate.
The U.S. Supreme Court's recent rulings on gay marriage and the Housing Discrimination Act are two enormously important milestones united by more than a shared timeline. They are bound together by a shared purpose to dismantle discrimination in this country. But is that feasible?
Resolution 168/13 has enshrined and bolstered a social and political climate that puts black people in the Dominican Republic in grave danger.
There are many people who will think that while Trump's comments may be offensive, they're also accurate -- just politically incorrect. But no, they're not politically incorrect. They're factually incorrect.
With a $72 billion dollar debt Puerto Rico's economy is on the verge of collapse. Now, the people of Puerto Rico -- who have been U.S. citizens since 1917 -- are left to dig themselves out of a hole the U.S. government and overzealous lenders helped create.
It's not the year 2000 anymore and the DREAM Act hasn't passed, but over the last 15 years a movement has been brewing. One story changed the course of my life. Imagine if our collective stories can change history?
I am the proud recipient of a gorgeous cinnamon complexion that is a result of a beautiful mixture of African, Native West Indian and European genes. However, Mexico is part of my family's tapestry as well. Let me explain.
Ferrera's letter sanitizes some of the challenges facing our community. There are "good Latinos" and "problem Latinos." Mexicans have always been considered problem Latinos, as well as a disposable work force.
I don't want you to become my president. I am going to work against you in every way I humanly can. Here is why.
Dominicans are poised to be significant political players within and outside the Latino community. The degree to which this becomes a political reality will largely depend on the degree to which Dominican candidates and Dominican civic organizations take the lead in mobilizing this important segment of the Latino electorate in the Northeast.
Now that United States and Cuba are preparing to open embassies in each other's countries, what else needs to happen to support the process of détente between the two countries?
Graduation came and MS S. was there in full Marine regalia, proud as hell. His son was graduating. He had lost some 40 pounds and was down so many sizes his father did not recognize him at first. He had become a soldier against all odds.