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We Are Not Invisible: A Latino Actor in N.Y.C. Cinema

Sergio Castillo | Posted 04.16.2017 | Latino Voices
Sergio Castillo

I feel a bit perplexed that there are not more films like Hole In The Wall. The struggle of the Latina/o/x working class is all around us in an almost infinite amount of ways, yet our voices are rarely heard in American cinema

The Establishment vs. Bernie Sanders

John Sanbonmatsu | Posted 02.22.2017 | Politics
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John Sanbonmatsu

The very ferocity and coordinated nature of the attacks on Sanders makes clear that the Democratic establishment views Sanders not merely as an annoyance, but as an existential threat. And he may be, at that.

Stop Playing Politics on Immigration

Cristóbal Joshua Alex | Posted 04.19.2015 | Latino Voices
Cristóbal Joshua Alex

By attempting to repeal President Obama's executive action through both the courts and the Department of Homeland Security funding bill, Republicans are taking the wrong approach to immigration reform.

Wheels: How We Teach Latino Inferiority in Schools

John Paul Brammer | Posted 11.04.2014 | Latino Voices
John Paul Brammer

European history, it was clear, is living history. When it finally came time to learn about the ancient Mesoamerican cultures, I learned instead was what they didn't do. It began with their non-invention of the wheel.

Can History Repeat Itself? We'll Find Out In November

NCLR Action Fund | Posted 10.06.2014 | Latino Voices
NCLR Action Fund

Latinos can send a message of their own on November 4th. But to do so, they must get out and vote, not let their voice be drowned out by a small group of extremists that would rather they stay home in silence.

Cantaloupe Calves, Steven King and a Self-Destructive GOP

Ryan Campbell | Posted 09.29.2013 | Latino Voices
Ryan Campbell

They occupy the most sympathetic space in the immigration debate, and they are currently wearing green jumpsuits behind bars at Eloy Detention Center for visiting mom at the same time the immigration debate hits a fevered pitch.

Immigration Reform and LGBT Families

Ryan Campbell | Posted 08.19.2013 | Latino Voices
Ryan Campbell

LGBT DREAMers explained how they felt that they came out of the closet twice: their friends that were not LGBT would treat them differently and make nervous jokes about them being gay, while their LGBT friends would often be similarly uncomfortable and insensitive about them being undocumented.

Immigration Today

Ryan Campbell | Posted 08.12.2013 | Latino Voices
Ryan Campbell

If they fail, the anti-immigrant sentiment may cement itself in a narrative for Latinos and Asians which steers them away and lasts a generation.