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Nabra Hassanen's Killing Sparks Discussion Of Islamophobia Among Latinos

#LatinxRamadan opened up a powerful conversation about what it's like to be Muslim and Latino.

Daddy Yankee Becomes First Latino Artist To Reach No. 1 On Spotify

“I had to face prejudice and marginalization, but today this genre called Reggeaton is the most heard around the world.”

Joe Arpaio Says He'll Never Apologize For Racially Profiling Latinos

“An apology for doing my job? That would never happen,” the pardoned former sheriff tells Univision News.

What Does The Administration’s Decision To Rescind DACA Mean?

By Carlos A. Guevara, Senior Policy Advisor, UnidosUS For the past five years, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Unfounded Loyalty: President Obama And The Hispanic Community

The tenure of the nation’s first African-American president has been met with a wide variety of critiques and praises from

¡Que Siga La Fiesta!

My goal was to honor our brown and black migrant, queer, and trans community.

A Letter To The Immigrant Father. Thank You.

To the immigrant fathers. Thank You. We know it wasn’t easy. We, your children, mom, family, we know this wasn’t an easy

Arizona Wants To Ban Your Culture

A case before the state's supreme court threatens to decimate ethnic studies programs in schools.

Conversing Over The Dynamics Of American Multiculturalism

For centuries, conversing over the dynamics of American multiculturalism, people tend to focus on the everyday social interaction

Over 5 Million Families Are At Risk Of Being 'Divided By Deportation'

You can watch the first “Divided by Deportation” film now on Facebook and share it with your community today. And please

Ending DACA Isn’t Just Bad Politics, It’s Bad Policy

By nearly every measure the program has been a successful exception to an otherwise broken immigration system.

Sandra Cisneros Defines What It Means To Be A Chingona

"I was trying to find a way to place a woman in her place of power when she’s following her camino.”

An End for DACA, But Not for Dreamers

We are here for you. We are inspired by you. We share your dream.

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