Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus unveiled a new strategy last week in hopes of capturing minority voters after a worrisome 2012 t...
Amid the mish-mash of potential presidential contenders at last weekend's Conservative Political Action Conference, pundit Ann Coulter didn't disappoint her supporters by brandishing once again the language of racialist politics.
Even though I was doing something good and positive, my actions, my activism, had caused my family to be put in deportation proceedings.
After its November defeat, the Republican National Committee commissioned an extensive survey to find out went wrong. Yesterday we learned the results: anemic support from Hispanics and young voters.
Lately, I seem to hear and read a lot about how some people wish America would return to the "way it was." I thought long and hard about this and decided next time I hear that, I'm going to ask the person to be more specific.
I have lived in the United States for 12 years through an awkward patchwork of costly and ephemeral visas statuses. Now, my F1 student status is set to expire and I find myself against the crushing weight of the immigration system once more.
For a majority of Latinos, immigration reform is personal, even for those whose legal status is resolved or was never in question.
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They're still at it. President Obama wants "to make sure that this government works on behalf of the many, and not just the few." Republicans want "th...
Reckoned to be about 17 percent of the nation's population, this group gave seven-tenths of its vote to Barack Obama on Election Day last November. This has caused, understandably, considerable consternation for the current GOP.
Rush Limbaugh "El Rushbo" has become the talk show version of Brian Bosworth and the 11 million undocumented Latinos in America are his John Elway's.
In 2013, the president can solidify his legacy with Latinos by delivering on not only immigration reform, but also an enforcement policy that is intelligent, reasonable and accountable.
In the beginning of year 2001, the relationship between Mexico and the United States of America was affected in the primary issues that had been in pr...
When I met Luz at an immigration detention facility in rural Pennsylvania, she was desperate to see her one-year-old son. Luz was about to be deported back to Ecuador with her teenage son, but she didn't want to leave without her baby, who, unlike the rest of the family, was a U.S. citizen.
We must openly speak of our achievements. "To succeed in this world, you have to be known to people," Justice Sotomayor reminds us. We must step up the leadership and mentorship action. Through the ELLA Institute-Latina Leadership Network we are doing that.
On the cusp of what might a long-awaited break in the impasse on Capitol Hill on immigration legislation, Edi's story remains tragically typical, and no matter what Congress decides, there's a good chance it will be repeated again and again in the name of the endless mantra of "security."